Physics and Chemistry Faculty

About

The faculty of Basic Sciences officially was founded with four departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics in 1977. However, due to the enhancement and expansion of each department, the faculty of Basic Sciences was divided into three independent faculties including the Faculty of Physics and Chemistry in 2014. With more than twenty study programs at different levels (i.e. Bachelor, Master, and PhD), and serious scholarly faculty members with world-class articles, the faculty of Physics and Chemistry, is among the best similar faculties nationwide. 

Educational Departments:

·         Physics department

·         Chemistry department

Facilities

·         Chemistry educational and research laboratories; such as of Organic Chemistry, Separation Process, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Mineral Chemistry, General Chemistry, and Industrial labs

·         Physics educational laboratories of physics including Modern Physics, Electronic, Optic, Complex Systems, and Nuclear labs.

·         Physics research laboratories of Complex Systems, Superconductivity, Carbon, Physics of Surface and Interfaces, Photonics.

·         Workshop

·         Conference room, equipped with audio-visual equipment

·         Classrooms equipped with hi-tech technology

·         Computer site

·         Digital and traditional Library

·         A large study room for graduate and postgraduate students

Publications

The Journal of Applied Physics

Programs

 

Field of Study

BS

MS

PhD

Physical Chemistry

 

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Inorganic Chemistry

 

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Organic Chemistry

 

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Analytical Chemistry

 

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Applied Chemistry

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Pure Chemistry

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Physics

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Condensed Matter Physics

 

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Molecular / Atomic Physics

 

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Particle Physics and Field Theory

 

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Astrophysics

 

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Solid State Physics

 

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Nanophysics

 

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Engineering Physics

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Photonic

 

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Nonochemistry

 

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