A magnet is a material that exerts a noticeable force on other materials without
making contact. This force is known as magnetic force, which can attract or repel.
The Earth can be an example of a huge magnet.
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In the 1970s, basketball was on its way in dominating almost everyones interests
and hobbies, along with that was the great race in finding cheaper ways to fit more
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Graphene is widely used in the advancement of technology because of its ultra-
properties, it conducts electricity better than silver, and its one atom thick, its
stronger than steel and it conducts heat better than diamond.
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A given material may have all the properties needed for it to be used in making
useful tools, it cannot be considered fully useful unless it has already been
processed into its desired form. To convert materials into their useful form, the
CHE 323: Physical Chemistry
Exercise: Solids-Part 1 12-17-2014
 Find the Miller indices of the planes that intersect crystallographic axes at the distance
(1a,3b,2c) and (2a,2b,c).
 Calculate the separation of the planes cfw_111, cfw_211, and cfw_10
ChE 413N Science and Engineering of
June 21, 2016
Engr. May V. Tampus
Science and Engineering of Materials
Credit Units: 3.0
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