>study engineering >never get an understanding of condensed matter physics, CPU design, superconductors, lasers, tunneling microscopes, crystallography, lithography, ultra-capacitors, thermoplastic elastomers and electroactive polymers
>>7781898 kek, with the obvious exception of SS specific research engineers cover those in far, far more depth. >CPU design, superconductors EEs and CompEs understand that far better. >, lasers, tunneling microscopes, I'll give you that. >crystallography, Engies study material science from 1st year way ahead of any other discipline. Only analytical chemists and very specialized physicists would know more about the field than the average engineer. >lithography, Who the fuck do you think developed modern ICs? >ultra-capacitors, EEs again. >thermoplastic elastomers and electroactive polymers ChemEs understand far more and developed this entire field including the modern thermo and stat. mech. models.
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