Pharmaceutical Chemistry Professional Research

Pharmaceutical chemistry is a profession that combines three major disciplines: basic sciences, biomedical sciences and pharmaceutical sciences.

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Chemistry

Chemistry is divided into several experimental and theoretical specialties like the physics and biology with which it may share common spaces or close investigations.




According to the American Chemical Society (ACS), the largest association of chemists in the world, chemistry studies: chemical elements in the free state, atoms or ions atomic, and the countless and various associations by chemical bonds that generate particularly stable molecular compounds or intermediates more or less unstable. These entities of material may be characterized by an identity linked to quantum specific properties and characteristics; processes that change or alter the identity of the particles or molecules of matter, called reaction, transformation, interaction

the mechanisms involved in chemical processes or physical equilibrium between two forms. Their precise definitions are used to understand or interpret the material assumptions for evolution with an operating result of direct or induced manner fundamental phenomena observed in connection with the forces of nature that play a chemical role in promoting reactions or synthesis, addition, combination or decomposition, phase separation or extraction. The analysis allows to discover the compositions, the selective labeling opens the way for a consistent reaction scheme in complex mixtures The size of the chemical entities varies from single atoms or molecules with nanoscale molecular structures of tens of thousands of atoms in macromolecules, the DNA or proteins of living matter (sub-) micrometer, sometimes up to macroscopic dimensions of the crystal. Including the electron component of free radical reactions, the dimensions of the main areas of application are generally between femtometer (the fermi or 10 -15 m) and the micrometer (micron trivial and improper or 10 - 6 m).

The study of the world at the molecular level paradoxically subject to unique laws, as evidenced by the recent developments in nanotechnology, to better understand the details of our macroscopic world. Chemistry is called the "central science" because it has strong links with biology and physics, as well as the medicine, the pharmacy, the computer and materials science, not to mention applied areas such as chemical engineering. Physics and especially its instrumentation became hegemonic after 1950 in the field of material science. Advances in physics have especially refounded partly physical chemistry and inorganic chemistry. The organic chemistry through the biochemistry shared valuation research biology. But the chemistry still retains an essential and legitimate place in the field of natural sciences: it provides products, discovers or invents molecular structures that have an extraordinary way of physical or biological research. Finally, do not bring the consistent advocates that chemists marginal atomic structures bequeathed to the actors of the revolution of physicists in the early twentieth century heritage designs.

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Our chemical development and manufacturing specialties include our Green Chemistry Toolbox for biocatalysis, homogenous catalysis and micro reactor technology with an integrated approach of chemistry and biotechnology.

Chemistry and Pharmacy

The pharmacy profession, exercised with the title Chemical - Pharmaceutical, is oriented toward science, technology and use of medicines in order to meet the needs of the population in this important aspect of health. Career Opportunities: These professionals can exercise independently, installing its own pharmacy or pharmaceutical laboratory.