Chemistry is regarded as the central science because it exists in all items, and chemistry concepts explain how and why the world works. Chemistry is a mathematical science, and as so strong math skills will assist you in your study of chemistry.
Chemistry is unique in that the great philosophical question of the field is the starting point of investigation of chemical concepts. We start by asking, "what is everything made of?" Our quest for greater and more accurate answers lead to the different chemical concepts.
One of the great challenges in chemistry is that each of these different concepts in chemistry are related to each other. One could use the analogy of different perspectives on the same event for the different chemistry concepts. Thus, no one concept exists in isolation, but rather exists in an interwoven web of concepts.
The topics covered in chemistry include: Atomic Theory, Energy and the Atom, Stoichiometry, Nomenclature, Thermodynamics, Solutions, Acids and Bases, Gases, Gas Stoichiometry, Chemical Equations, Solids and Liquids, and Nuclear Chemistry.