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Chemical Engineering

This is the entire reason why I built this website. If I didn't love this subject, I wouldn't have been crazy enought to spend my free time and weekends doing this. I am currently in the midst of compiling all of my notes from all of the transport phenomena, reactions engineering, process control and many more! I thought t hese classes were not only fun but also challenging. I hope these notes can play a part in helping you realize your passion for ChemE!

My understanding of chemical engineering is where you break down each component of a reaction and through thorough analysis, it can help you understand how the upscaling of chemical reactions to the desired size is possible! You can click on the button to the right and start learning more about Chemical Engineering.
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Math... It is something that a lot of people are afraid of doing because its too difficult. Well, I believe that everything has a learning curve, and fortunately, the learning curve is not too steep for math - if you're willing to put in the time and effort to master the skill. With enough practice, you can be a master at it! Having a good grasp of differential and integral calculus is very useful in understanding the concepts presented in chemical engineering courses.
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This one is a tough one to take a stand. I never particularly liked general physics, but I did like quantum physics and electromagnetism. Now, physics is useful in understanding where the laws used in engineering comes from, but with that said, it is not too crucial in applying engineering principles to practice - but it definitely can help you derive the fundamental theorems used in chemical engineering which you can then play around with.