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I folks wanted to get into in chemical engg. a bit is there anything like Arduino existing in chemical engg. & mechanical engg.
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Those 2 are very far apart. They share some common studies but so do seat turtles and land tortoises.

Arduino lets you work with sensors and activators. It is useful for both.

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Those 2 are very far apart. They share some common studies but so do seat turtles and land tortoises.

Arduino lets you work with sensors and activators. It is useful for both.

I basically want to have some arduino like starting point for these domains of science, is that available?
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Engineering is applying science. The common science is physics.

Mech Eng is mostly the branch of physics known as mechanics but gets into the others some.

Chem Eng is mostly chemistry but includes physical properties of chemicals, vessels, pipes, flow, and more.

Learn all the physics you can. You can't go far wrong there. And yes, chemistry is physics.
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