Materials Science Final Exam Review Problems Spring 2017
What are the Miller indices for the plane shown in the following cubic unit cell?
Aluminumlithium (Al-Li) alloys have been developed by the aircraft industry to
reduce the weig
EXAM 1 REVIEW
(a) What is the coordination number for the simple-cubic crystal structure?
(b) Calculate the atomic packing factor for simple cubic.
*1 signicant digits not applicable; exact number, no tolerance l/C
EXAM 3 REVIEW SOLUTIONS
Compare sand, die, investment, lost-foam, and continuous casting techniques.
For sand casting, sand is the mold material, a two-piece mold is used, ordinarily the surface finish is
not an important consideration, the sand
EXAM 3 REVIEW
EXAM 3 Problem 1
Problem 1 (Short answer, 20 points)
What are the 4 most common forming techniques for metal
fabrication? Describe one of them.
Forging, rolling, extrusion, drawing
Metal Fabrication Methods
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QUIZ #5CHAPTER 10
02o Directions SAINT LOUIS
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oz. Problem 1
a) What is a eutectic reaction?
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substances of which something is composed or made.
The development and advancement of societies have been intimately tied to the
members ability to produce and manipulate materials to fill their needs.
o Provide control and standardization
Establish control over physiochemical culture parameters during
cell/tissue culture, bioreactors offer potential for improving the quality of
By standardizing, automating, and s
Spiderman: Superhuman balance and equilibrium
The vestibular system controls our balance and equilibrium. The hair cells in the
vestibular apparatus of the inner ear create a labyrinth of receptors in the semi-circular canals
Human body has 10 major organ systems
Tissue: to weave, a collection of cells and ECM that perform a function
ECM is big part of tissue, interconnected network of macromolecules
o Regulate cellular fate processes such as apoptosis, migration wit
Describes the evolution and development of form, structural changes that we observe
during development and elucidation of underlying mechanisms
Harnessing natural morphogenesis is fundamental in assembling complex organs
Human development is
Triad: cells, scaffold, growth factors
Freeze injury: some matrix left, no scar tissue, no contraction
Burn injury: matrix destroyed, scar tissue, wound contraction
ECM fiber diameter: 50-500nm
Cell: 5-25 um
Xenogenic: using animal cells in a human
Cellular Fate Processes
Differentiation is measured by changes in gene expression
o Process by which a cell undergoes phenotypic changes to an overtly specialized
o Involves a change in the set of genes that are expressed in the cell
Cell and Tissue Properties
Basic modes of analysis
Light microscopy- allows for examination of cellular features with 0.2
Cells can be better visualized, visualize transparent features with
contrast enhancement technique-
3.1 The origin of the resting potential
All cells have resting membrane potential, but not same value
o Associated with modulation of cellular activity
o Certain cells of the body (excitable cells) can use rapid changes in membrane potential
Chapter 13 and 18 Notes
Chapter 13 Scaling up for Ex Vivo Cultivation
o We have discussed the interplay among cellular-far processes (cell replication,
migration, differentiation, and apoptosis)
o These processes are properly ba
1.2 Physical Foundations of Physiology I: Pressure-Driven Flow
Forces produces flows
o External and internal movement is a hallmark of human life
o Transport of material is described as a flow or a flux
o Flow depends on the area: flux is flow per unit ar
Assignment #2: Current LCC Issue Presentation & Paper
(Replaces Midterm Exam)
Assignment #2a: Select LCC Issue / Improvement Topic (Due 9/12)
Select & Initial Research on Current LCC Issue / Improvement
o See Current LCC References for some potential res
How My Brother Leon Brought Home A Wife
By: Manuel E. Arguilla
Who is Manuel E. Arguilla?
Who is Manuel E. Arguilla?
He was born in Barrio Nagrebcan in
Bauang, La Union on June 17, 1911.
Fourth son of Crisanto Arguilla and
Baldeo, Ella Mae
RELIGION AND BELIEF
Religion: system of beliefs and reverence for a supernatural power (gods) and an interest or
BY: ESTRELLA D.
Group # 3 :
Almerol, Camille V.
De Guia, Cherie A. Manangan, Christian C.
Aquillo, Jonah D.
Gamayon, Almay R.
Baldeo, Ella F.
Cordoviz, Jceun Y.
LITERARY CRITICISM OF
Tests done in Clinical Microscopy
Glucose in Urine Test - Glucose is not normally found in urine. When blood sugar levels rise above the
normal range, the kidneys often release so excited excess sugar from the blood into the urine. Presence
of glucose in
Complete Blood Count Test
Why you may need a complete blood count
A complete blood count (CBC) is a common blood test that your doctor may recommend for the following reasons:
To help diagnose some blood cancers, such as leukemia and lymphoma
Find out if
Takes 65-75 days
Spermatogonia (2n)- stem cell
o Some remain attached to seminiferous tubules as reservoir of cells for subsequent
o Others undergo mitosis and detach to become primary spermatocytes (2n)
2 secondary sp
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Caliuag, Joie Ver
Lintan, Yves Orlando
Sto. Domingo, Tristan Jade
Uy, Ivan Nhicol
Balbin, Vanessa Roxanne
Lacro, Ava Jennyvee
Lauro, Klaizel Yvonne
External- visible part of the respiratory system
Nostrils / External nares: point of entry for air
Consist of nasal cartilage and bone
Internal: bound by the base of the cranium above and the palate below
RBC Manual Count
Thus, it is an instrument used to
count the blood cells.
Hemacytometers a precision-made slide for*
manual cell counts with the aid