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Chemistry is the study of matter and energy. It is also the interaction between the matter and energy. It includes the systematic studies about the composition, properties, and activities of organic and inorganic substances. Chemistry content development includes all the topics related with it. Chemistry education is a worldwide term. It refers to the study of the teaching and learning of chemistry in all schools, colleges and universities. Topics in chemistry education includes, learning process of chemistry, what are the best method to teach chemistry. Well explanation about the Classroom lecture, demonstrations, and laboratory activities are the main part of this chemistry content development.

Teachers are required constantly to update their skills engaged in teaching chemistry. There are many branches of chemistry. These branches include Agro-chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Astro-chemistry, Biochemistry, Chemical engineering, Food chemistry, Electro-chemistry etc. These all branches of chemistry are areas of content writing development in science. All other branches (such as, Biology, Geology etc.) of science are also connected with chemistry. Thus, the chemistry content development sets out the current strategic thinking on the acquisition of material in the field of education. It also includes the information about the content to support teaching, learning and research. It is also important for the practical knowledge.

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Chemistry can be defined as a branch of knowledge which is related to science. Chemistry deals with the identification of substances. It also includes the study of the nature and properties of substances, composition of matter, and how these changes do take place. Chemistry also includes the study of the chemical properties of the substances, reactions, interaction of one property with the other etc. Mixing of various elements and forming something can also be said as chemistry.

Chemistry as the subject generally includes the study of, the nature and properties of matter, the atomic and molecular structure of matter, the electron, the nuclei of atoms and the photons, elements and compounds, atomic and molecular masses, the chemical bonds, nonmetallic elements, the study of gases, chemical thermodynamics and equilibrium. Chemistry also includes the study of acids and bases, gases, oxidation- reduction reactions, electrolysis, the nature of metals and alloys. The chemistry as a subject is very wide in nature as it also includes the study of biochemistry.

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This article was published on 2011/12/13