I haven't win in such a long time, and honestly not like i have been trying to do so.
I still remember the days i spammed like crazy, and got nervous when the end was coming
Magi was cool ... 3.5 hours of class in 15 min.
Physics of Solid States ... honestly, i still haven't completely understand how this is important to my course, but i guess, it is important in some way. But it's some class i would expect chemistry and physics to have ... not engineer.
You're studying solid state structures? I did that in inorganic chem and thought it was really interesting.
After this class i will have a practical where we are going to do something that is related to experimentes Franck and Hertz did, that gave them the nobel some years later.
But yeah, seems to be something you would enjoy having XD
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time for class
I thought you studied CS?
It's especially interesting to compare things like diamond and graphite. Seeing how different they are purely because of their structure. I also liked learning about silicates. But you're right, it does seem kind of weird subject material for an engineer. Unless you're talking about cements and how to make them harder, lighter, etc. That might be useful if you're going to be a civil engineer or something.
Don't fall asleep.
Jorped also studies the best ways to please his man.
I wish I was his man