Chemistry is the science that systematically studies the composition, properties, activity of organic and inorganic substances and various elementary forms of matter.
In the chemistry, we study also chemical properties, reactions, phenomena, the chemistry of carbon.
Chemistry is a science where only one sanctioned procedure used to determine whether a statement
about matter is really chemistry or not. The method used in the chemistry may be exhaustive, inefficient, but gives highly successful scientific results.
Chemistry has five main branches where each of which has different areas of study.
The five branches are as follows:
Analytical chemistry: A type of chemistry that study of qualitative and quantitative observation to identify and measure the physical and chemical properties of substances.
Physical chemistry: A type of chemistry that combines chemistry with physics. It describes how matter and energy interact with each other.
Two main branches of physical chemistry are hermo-dynamics and quantum-mechanics.
Organic chemistry: A type of chemistry that studies compounds containing the carbon element.
Inorganic chemistry: A type of chemistry that studies materials such as metals and gases that do not have carbon as part of their makeup.
Biochemistry: A type of chemistry that studies chemical processes that occur within living organisms.