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    Was it perhaps demonstration days at College with florescent chemicals and exothermic reactions?

    Or perhaps you merely needed it as a pre-requisite for another degree programme?
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    In my case, the question should rather be read: what inspired you to study chemisty possibly? *

    First the fascinating fact that everything around us consist of little particles and molecules and sub-atmoic particles in it, secondly that those particles and molecules works after strict mechanisms and some of them are unknown, especially in sub-atomic area, thirtly my passion about this subject since I know what a periodic table is and last but not least, fourthly, chemistry is linked with another sciences (biochemistry, chemical engineering) which makes this natural science so versatile.
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    I wanted to improve my understanding of how the world works.
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    (Original post by MCPC247)
    I wanted to improve my understanding of how the world works.
    That is always a good idea to study Chemistry. :yes: Maybe in combination with physics? it is a good addition to find explanation for the laws of natures. That would widen your horizon for understanding enormously.
 
 
 
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