July 25, 2012 in Department, Liberal Arts

Man has worked metal since pre-historic times.  Early man learned to combine copper and tin to form bronze, thus beginning both the Bronze Age and the technology of metallurgy.  An offshoot of chemistry, metallurgy today is the study or metallic elements and their applications.  Because metals have unique properties, they also have important practical uses, and thus warrant focused study.

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