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Royal Society of Chemistry Periodic Table

The Royal Society of Chemistry's interactive periodic table features history, alchemy, podcasts, videos, and data trends across the periodic table. To open click on the photo. 

When you open the Table click the tabs at the top to explore each section. Use the buttons above to change your view of the periodic table and view Murray Robertson’s stunning Visual Elements artwork. Click each element to read detailed information.

 

 

Chemical Science at KAUST

Chemical Science is based on chemistry as a core discipline and focuses on the four specialized areas of analytical, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. In concordance with the University’s strategic goals, the research emphasizes scientific inquiry intended to meet future global needs by placing a special emphasis on

  • catalysis, including single-site, homogenous, heterogeneous, and biological catalysts;
  • membrane science, including synthesis and development of membranes and thin-films; and
  • nano-materials synthesis for multiple applications.

The program strongly promotes interactions between students and Research Centers to prepare them to work on highly interdisciplinary research challenges. Students pursuing Ph.D. degrees will make the transition from supervised to independent research, and upon earning a doctorate will be capable of designing and executing independent research projects at the world’s leading institutions and industrial laboratories.

For program curricula visit PSE DIVISION website.

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