I also love organic chemistry because it explains most biological processes that sustain human life.Organic chemistry in practical sense gives me a fulfillment as I feel that the cognitive benefits are far much important that it’s practical value. I like organic chemistry because it helps me tap into nature and gives me a network of ideas on the environment around me. Organic chemistry, however, contains a wide range of principles that require practice and understanding (Hill & Holman, 112). The interesting part is that these principles can be applied to solve different cross disciplinary problems. I however don’t find analytical chemistry interesting because it is very demanding and time consuming as well.Although the course work is not extremely difficult, I find the work load burdening. The lab ends up consuming most of the time that is devoted to the analytical chemistry class (Hill & Holman, 103). I also do not find studying books on analytical interesting because it rarely explores the real world structures and the environment as compared to organic chemistry. In addition, I find learning and understanding all analytical concepts is also challenging. The experiment I find most interesting in chemistry is the synthesis of aspirin.This experiment involves three different steps which include; synthesis of aspirin, isolation and purification and the estimation of the final product. One of the reasons I find this experiment interesting is that the final product has substantial use in solving problems for humanity. This experiment is easy to characterize and follow where I am able to keep track of all reactions. My analytical chemistry teacher also makes this experiment more interesting since it takes time to research to develop better scientists.The laboratory experiment I find least interesting is molecular weight determination from freezing point depression since it is very difficult to measure the small portions of chemicals (Hill & Holman, 212). I also do not find interesting because it involves a lot of analysis that must be accurately done to get the correct results. It is also very difficult to measure the different levels of temperature and pressure. The fact that its takes a very long time to observe the reactions makes it less interesting because I have to spend longer hours in the lab. I however find inorganic chemistry very
Works CitedHill, Graham & Holman, John. Chemistry in Context. Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes, 2000. Print.
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