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Various topics dealing with the science of materials including chemical analysis, separation processes and filtration  
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[[Image:Materials Science and Technology Distillation Unit at Pittsburgh.jpg|thumb|right|A hydrogeneration pilot plant in Pittsburgh- Image by The National Energy and Technology Laboratory]]
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== Subcategories ==
 
== Subcategories ==
  
*'''[[:Category:Absorption|Absorption]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Absorption|Absorption]]''' - the incorporation of substances of one state into a material of another state (such as liquids being absorbed by solids)
*'''[[:Category:Aging|Aging]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Aging|Aging]]''' - the change in the molecular structure of a chemical due to aging
*'''[[:Category:Chemical analysis|Chemical analysis]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Chemical analysis|Chemical analysis]]''' - the study of the separation, identification, and quantification of chemical components of natural and artificial materials
*'''[[:Category:Contamination|Contamination]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Contamination|Contamination]]''' - the presence of an unwanted material in another or in a space
*'''[[:Category:Degradation|Degradation]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Degradation|Degradation]]''' - the decomposition of chemical compounds into simpler compounds
*'''[[:Category:Filtration|Filtration]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Filtration|Filtration]]''' - the mechanical operation of the separation of solids from fluids
*'''[[:Category:Hysteresis|Hysteresis]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Hysteresis|Hysteresis]]''' - the dependence of a system on not only its current environment, but the states of its past environment
*'''[[:Category:Impurities|Impurities]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Impurities|Impurities]]''' - substances in a confined amount of material which differ from the chemical composition of that material
*'''[[:Category:Materials handling|Materials handling]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Materials handling|Materials handling]]''' - the process of ensuring that materials are not tainted or disrupted during movement
*'''[[:Category:Materials preparation|Materials preparation]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Materials preparation|Materials preparation]]''' - the preparing of materials used in an appropriate state for future use
*'''[[:Category:Materials testing|Materials testing]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Materials testing|Materials testing]]''' - the evaluation of the nature and composition of chemicals
*'''[[:Category:Microstructure|Microstructure]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Microstructure|Microstructure]]''' - defined as the structure of a prepared surface revealed by a microscope at above 25x magnification
*'''[[:Category:Periodic structures|Periodic structures]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Periodic structures|Periodic structures]]''' - a structure or system that can be superimposed on itself by a parallel displacement over a distance
*'''[[:Category:Pigmentation|Pigmentation]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Pigmentation|Pigmentation]]''' - materials that change the wavelength of reflected light through selective absorption
*'''[[:Category:Separation processes|Separation processes]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Separation processes|Separation processes]]''' - any mass transfer process used to convert a mixture of substances into two or more distinct product mixtures
*'''[[:Category:Surfaces|Surfaces]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Surfaces|Surfaces]]''' - the outside or covering of a material
  
 
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Various topics dealing with the science of materials including chemical analysis, separation processes and filtration

A hydrogeneration pilot plant in Pittsburgh- Image by The National Energy and Technology Laboratory
A hydrogeneration pilot plant in Pittsburgh- Image by The National Energy and Technology Laboratory


Subcategories

  • Absorption - the incorporation of substances of one state into a material of another state (such as liquids being absorbed by solids)
  • Aging - the change in the molecular structure of a chemical due to aging
  • Chemical analysis - the study of the separation, identification, and quantification of chemical components of natural and artificial materials
  • Contamination - the presence of an unwanted material in another or in a space
  • Degradation - the decomposition of chemical compounds into simpler compounds
  • Filtration - the mechanical operation of the separation of solids from fluids
  • Hysteresis - the dependence of a system on not only its current environment, but the states of its past environment
  • Impurities - substances in a confined amount of material which differ from the chemical composition of that material
  • Materials handling - the process of ensuring that materials are not tainted or disrupted during movement
  • Materials preparation - the preparing of materials used in an appropriate state for future use
  • Materials testing - the evaluation of the nature and composition of chemicals
  • Microstructure - defined as the structure of a prepared surface revealed by a microscope at above 25x magnification
  • Periodic structures - a structure or system that can be superimposed on itself by a parallel displacement over a distance
  • Pigmentation - materials that change the wavelength of reflected light through selective absorption
  • Separation processes - any mass transfer process used to convert a mixture of substances into two or more distinct product mixtures
  • Surfaces - the outside or covering of a material

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Pages in category "Materials science and technology"

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