Chemistry Of Materials 1
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I found that the hardest part of this course was the inorganic aspect. However, the organic was very easy to pick up as it was very straightforward and only required an understanding of the topic rather than in-depth knowledge needed to solve complex problems. Inorganic chemistry involved calculations which were difficult but became easier with practice. The physical chemistry aspect, although difficult, did not pose as a huge difficulty as it was not on the exam and the assignments could be done at home. Overall, I enjoyed the course.