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Guidence for carrier in chemistry

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Asked by shankar kumar, 28 Jan '10 07:04 pm
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There are a number of careers where a first degree in chemistry is essential or directly relevant. Many of these may require a further degree.

You could become an analytical chemist, a biomedical chemist, an industrial research scientist, materials technologist, or quality controller in a particular field of industry. As an Analytical chemist you would be performing structural, quantitative, product and formulation analyses. A biomedical scientist carries out laboratory investigations on human samples necessary for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illness or disease. A materials technologist conducts technical investigations related to the development and production of a wide range of materials, e.g glass, metals, polymers and plastics.

In industrial research you would be organising and carrying out systematic investigations to develop new products or improve existing products to meet consumer demands, while a quality assurance officer develops and applies tests to ensu ...more
Answered by Josna, 28 Jan '10 07:09 pm

 
  
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First let us know - how mcuh u r qualified so far :P
Answered by conviction, 28 Jan '10 07:06 pm

 
  
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