Crystallography, atomic structure, electrochemistry, ceramics, chemical bonding, compound coordination and acid base reactions are covered by inorganic chemistry. Inorganic chemistry has been found to be the only discipline within chemistry that explicitly discusses the variations between all the various forms of atoms. In Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry, which studies the significant and non-significant elements that can be used in the treatment and diagnosis of diseases, this feature of inorganic chemistry is added.
- Track 1-1 Crystallography
- Track 2-2 Electrochemistry
- Track 3-3 Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry
- Track 4-4 Atomic structure
- Track 5-5 Ceramics