What Are Possible Areas of Specialization for Entry-Level Chemists?
There are a few areas of specialization for an entry level chemist, including analytical, forensic, medicinal, and organic. An analytical chemist works for environmental and pharmaceutical companies. Your duties in this field include the analysis of chemical compounds and substances to learn their composition and how various materials interact with each other. A forensic chemist tests substances like blood and hair from crime scenes. You usually work for police departments or another branch of the government. A medicinal chemist often conducts and designs multi-step organic syntheses and may be required to document new procedures. As an organic chemist, you analyze the structure and chemical make-up of substances that contain carbon, which includes all living things.
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