Yeah but materials science is such a HUGE and broad field of science... i heard it focused on chemistryThere're trial rules on soinc
I'm assuming you know what materials science is it mainly focuses on basic properties of materials, from theoretical questions to labs to detirmine properties. It's nothing complicated/involving calculus...
I'm pretty certain it is chemistry-related. It's not exactly the kind of chem you would expect to learn in AP Chemistry (it's applied, not theoretical), but I'm pretty certain my textbook has a chapter on materials science. I think you are allowed to use a periodic table for some questions. Others might deal with bond strength or alloys. At least, that's what I remember from when I did an engineering summer program that incorporated materials science and from what I've seen when this event was run as a trial.Umm... Chemistry? That would make no sense to me... Where'd you hear that?
Some of the examples given in the trial rules for labs deal with things like modulus of elasticity and tensile strength, those kinds of properties of materials... I can see how chemistry plays a role, but I don't see how chemistry like an AP chem course would come into play.
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