The relationship Between Chemistry and other Branches of Science

The relationship Between Chemistry and other Branches of Science

There are various branches of science like chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, environmental science, soil science, etc. Each of these branches is related to the other branches. Very much like the other branches are related to chemistry, so is chemistry related to the other branches. Let us now check the relationship with examples.

Relationship with Biology: All plants produce glucose on their green parts in the photosynthesis process. Photosynthesis is basically a chemical process. Plants take in carbon dioxide from the air and water from the soil. Then it uses the chlorophyll of its green parts to produce glucose in the reaction between water and carbon dioxide. Animal bodies synthesize the proteins of animals' intake and produce glucose, amino acid, etc. All animal bodies are indeed stuffed with various chemicals. Biology discusses these chemicals and chemical reactions that take place inside the bodies of plants and animals. That is where the two sciences are interrelated.

Relationship with Physics: Physics discusses magnets, electricity, different machines, etc. The battery used for getting electricity is contributed by chemistry. Energy gleaned by burning oil, gas, or coal is the source of vehicles and electricity. Chemistry is also dependent on physics. Physical chemistry is a branch of chemistry, the theories of which are essentially dependent on theories and formulas of physics.

Relationship with Mathematics: Mathematics has a close relationship with chemistry. Mathematical theories and formulas act as the base of all formulas and measurements of chemistry.

In the same way, chemistry is, directly and indirectly, related to the other branches of science too.


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