Materials Chemistry is focused on studying the role chemistry can play in areas such as nanotechnology, electronics, polymers and energy storage. Materials chemists study how fundamental knowledge of chemistry could be put into practical applications. You will learn, from practical hands-on experiences, comprehensive lecture courses presented by leading researchers and study of advanced analytical methods, what it takes to make materials of the future. You will be taught by materials chemists, whose research is making a world-changing impact in areas such as functional nanomaterials, chemical photonics, energy conversion and storage, organic / inorganic solar cells, polymer materials and catalysis.
Year 1 core courses: • Chemistry 1 Year 2 core courses: • Chemistry 2X • Chemistry 2Y Year 3 core courses: • Inorganic Chemistry 3 • Organic Chemistry 3 • Physical Chemistry 3 Year 4 core courses: • Materials Chemistry Project 4H • Chemistry Special Topics 4H • Functional Materials 4H • Inorganic Chemistry 4H (Half) • Materials Characterisation 4H • Nanostructure Materials 4H • Physical Chemistry 4H
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The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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