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Department of Chemistry at University of Toronto

https://chem.utoronto.ca

Welcome to the Chemistry Department at the UofT. We offer a rich selection of programs of study and research into all disciplines of chemistry and the interdisciplinary links with environmental science, physics, mathematics, biology, engineering, medicine and nanoscience.

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