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Kailin B.
Biomedical engineering graduate, Dental student
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DAT
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Question:

What are the different scoring averages of the DAT, and what did you score?

Kailin B.
Answer:

Total science: 21, average of biology, chemistry, and organic chemistry Academic average: 24, average of total science, reading, and math PAT: 23, perceptual ability score

Biological Engineering
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What are three important biological systems that can be governed by mathematical simulations of ion channel function?

Kailin B.
Answer:

1. Hodgkin-Huxley model for nerve firing 2. Hill muscle model for muscle contraction 3. Cardiac conduction cycle

Materials Science
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Question:

Explain the difference between a eutectic and eutectoid system, including the various regions in a eutectic phase diagram.

Kailin B.
Answer:

Binary system: - Eutectic = liquid <—> two solids - Eutectoid = solid <—> two other solids - Eutectic composition: comp. with minimum melting temperature; alternating layers of solid phases - Eutectic temperature: lowest T at which liquid occurs - Compositions below eutectic composition and above max pure solid concentration= hypoeutectic (eutectic comp with alpha regions) - Compositions above eutectic composition and below min pure solid concentration = hypereutectic (eutectic comp with beta regions)

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