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khairulamilin

  • one year ago

what difference between material science and engineering

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  1. jores
    • one year ago
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    material science is the exploration and research of different materials. research on things such as, density, elasticity, conductivity, or chemical compound. (to name a few) material engineering is the application of material science to solve a problem or construct a material to solve a problem to improve someones something. for example: if a company is looking for a high density metal object, but wants it to have low conductivity, then they would look to a material engineer for a design of a man made material that they could use.

  2. Dean.Shyy
    • one year ago
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    They are interchangeable? Both apply properties of matter in both fields.

  3. Dean.Shyy
    • one year ago
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    Material science here: http://is.gd/zU4M2j Engineering here: http://is.gd/jdGCAb

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