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  1. Analysis and identification of two unknown polyiodide anions from two different products

    Percentage error of scale measurements: Mass of tetramethyl ammonium iodide: Mass of iodine: Product B: Table 2: Mass of solid components of product B before mixing Scale readings Mass of 0.265 g Mass of 0.103 g Total mass of solid components 0.368 g Percentage error of scale measurements: Mass of tetramethyl ammonium iodide: Mass of iodine: Table 3: Mass of product A obtained Compound Mass (g) Tetramethyl ammonium iodide 0.258 Iodine 0.263 Product A obtained 0.355 Product A precipitated (tabulated value)

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"Few scientists acquainted with the chemistry of biological systems at the molecular level can avoid being inspired."

-Donald Cram

In recent years, the physical sciences have been bursting with innovation. From carbon nanotubes and LEDs to biofuels and pharmaceuticals, chemistry is often at the heart of the action. If you want to get involved, and learn about how the world works at the molecular level, then a university degree in chemistry might be for you. You can study it in its classic form, or take a specialised degree like Medicinal Chemistry with Pharmacology.

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After putting in your hours at the lab, and perhaps taking a year's placement in industry, you'll emerge as a highly-qualified graduate. Many chemistrystudents will go on to take higher degrees in chemistry, or related subjects like biology; others will pursue careers in pharmaceuticals, biotech, education and analysis.

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