Inorganic Chemistry Seminar and Powerpoint Presentation Topics

Inorganic Chemistry Presentation Topics
Find the list of Inorganic Chemistry presentation and Powerpoint Presentation Topics for School and College Seminar. Inorganic Chemistry is the study of the formation, synthesis, and properties of chemical substances that do not have C-H bonds. Inorganic chemistry is related to areas like materials sciences, mineralogy, thermodynamics, physical chemistry, spectroscopy, earth sciences and crystallography. By creating presentations on these high-interest Inorganic chemistry topics, students can highlight the most exciting parts of this subject and encourage others to engage in an exploration of chemistry. The list of potential broad areas is also listed below. You must narrow down the area to a more specific topic. This list is not fully comprehensive so feel free to propose your own interests. The emphasis should be on Inorganic chemistry in any of these seminar topics and in particular recent advances.

Inorganic Chemistry Presentation Topics for Seminar

  1. Advances in ion chromatography
  2. Bio-inorganic chemistry (must emphasize the metal)
  3. Bioinorganic modeling, organometallic chemistry
  4. Biological significance of Alkalies
  5. Bonding theories
  6. Boron and Its Application to Cancer
  7. Boron-Pnictogen Multiple Bonds: Organometallic Alkenes and Alkynes
  8. Briggs-Rausher Oscillating Reactions
  9. Broad areas (not exhaustive)
  10. Carboranes, metallocarboranes
  11. Ceramics
  12. Chelating agents in Medicine
  13. Chemical Toxicology
  14. Chemistry of f-block elements
  15. Chemistry of hyper valentine bonds violating octet rule.
  16. Cluster compounds
  17. Complexes and applications
  18. Electron spectra of transition metals.
  19. Electron-deficient compounds and clusters
  20. Electron-transfer reactions
  21. Environmental inorganic chemistry
  22. Fluxional molecules
  23. Fuel cell and Hydrogen economy.
  24. Gold and its extraction
  25. High-temperature superconductors
  26. Hydrogen bonding and consequences
  27. Hydrogen production from coal gasification
  28. Hypervalent main group compounds; noble gas chemistry
  29. Inorganic nanotechnology
  30. Inorganic polymers
  31. Inorganic Polymers
  32. Inorganic radiopharmaceuticals
  33. Inorganic thin films
  34. Inorganic thin films
  35. Intercalation compounds
  36. Interstitial Compounds and uses
  37. Macromolecule
  38. Medical applications of radioisotopes
  39. Mesoporous materials
  40. Metal-metal multiple bonds
  41. Molecule-based magnetic materials and high-spin molecules
  42. Nanoporous inorganic solids
  43. New advances in supramolecular chemistry
  44. New Chemistry of Superelectrophiles
  45. Nitric oxide as a neurotransmitter
  46. Nitrosyls
  47. Noble gas chemistry
  48. Organometallic chemistry (must emphasize the metal)
  49. Organometallics of Li, Mg & Sn
  50. Photoresist chemistry for X-ray lithography
  51. Physical/Spectroscopic methods (must emphasize inorganic chemistry rather than spectroscopy)
  52. Prevention of iron corrosion by amine-quinone polymers
  53. Radioactive elements and their uses
  54. Semiconductors
  55. Sensitive explosives such as Nitrogen Triiodide.
  56. Silicones and phosphazenes
  57. Silicones types and applications
  58. Solid State inorganic chemistry
  59. Stabilization of low/high oxidation states
  60. Stoichiometry
  61. Stereochemical nonrigidity in organometallic chemistry
  62. Sulphuric acid and industrial importance
  63. Superacids
  64. Surface catalysis of reactions
  65. Surface Chemistry (must emphasize the surface)
  66. Thermite Reaction
  67. Thin film modeling of catalysts
  68. Transition metal carbonyls
  69. Water-based polymers
  70. Water from hydrofracking
  71. Zeolites