Depends on what you mean by wider spectrum. Chemistry addresses all chemicals – those of life (organic) and non-life (inorganic). But life processes include chemical processes (and physical processes) that do not operate in inorganic materials.
They are different; there is no reason to evaluate them as one having a “wider spectrum” than the other.
Not only are they different, but they are also interconnected at times. The study of living things generally involves lots of chemistry and biology. This study has its own name- biochemistry.
Chemistry studies can be interdisciplinary. Chemistry scholars might work in the intersections of medicine, engineering, atmospheric science, ocean science, space science, Earth science and materials science.
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