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10679086 No.10679086 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How much do Electrical Engineers learn about batteries? It seems to me not too much emphasis is put on electrochemistry on most courses. Are they only important in ChemE?

>> No.10679121

if you are interested in e-chem you can specialise in semi-conductor devices as an EE.

Idk about batteries, not a whole lot I think but not sure.

>> No.10679549

If you work on uninterruptible power supply systems then you're all about batteries. That's the only EE area that I can think of that specializes in batteries. All other fields just kinda use them, they're more of a chem field from what I've seen.

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