Materials chemistry involves the employment of chemistry for the planning and synthesis of materials with fascinating or doubtless useful physical characteristics, such as magnetic, optical, structural or catalytic properties. It conjointly involves the characterization, process and molecular-level understanding of those substances. Designing property new types of matter with custom-built properties for applications in energy storage and conversion, future electronics, molecular imaging and sensing, drug and cell delivery, environmental correction, and smart materials that will sense and answer their environment. Functional materials are building blocks of contemporary society and play a crucial role in the evolution of technology. From nanomaterial’s and molecular devices to polymers and extended solids, chemistry is making a world of latest materials as catalysts, sensors, molecular transporters, artificial scaffolds, molecular filters, and light-emitting or electron-conducting ensembles, with the potential for broad scientific and societal impact.