April 16, 2024, 01:10:52 PM
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Topic: Benefits from this combination: inorganic chemistry and theoretical chemistry  (Read 2475 times)

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Offline Compaq

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Hey folks,

I have an MSc in inorganic analysis next summer, but I want to continue with another MSc in theoretical chemistry. So much is based on quantum physics, I just think it would be extremely interesting to learn more about it when applied to chemistry. I hope my basic understanding of a lot of processes will improve.

However, I feel this new MSc will not necessarily further my chances of getting a job; it is merely for academic reasons I do it. So I am torn, i.e. how useful would another MSc really be?

So I ask you, can anyone think of why the said combination of analytical chemistry and theoretical chemistry would benefit me? Surely a theoretical foundation should be a good thing?


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