Register to reply

What Is Sub Material?

by mymachine
Tags: material
Share this thread:
Apr24-13, 09:22 PM
P: 42
What is meant by the sub-material?

Such as if you mix three differential materials, for example, coffee + sugar + water, which one them is the sub-material?

Thank you
Phys.Org News Partner Engineering news on
ESA investigates an alternative, environmental-friendly method of corrosion resistance
The oscillator that could makeover the mechanical watch
Engineers study bats to improve aviation travel
Apr24-13, 11:11 PM
PF Gold
Danger's Avatar
P: 8,964
I shouldn't even be in this thread, because I know almost nothing of chemistry, but I have to ask what you mean by "sub-material". I've never heard that term before.
In the case that you cited, the water would be the solvent and the other two solutes. I guess that the solvent would be the liquid equivalent of a "substrate" such as the silicon in a microchip, but I somehow suspect that you refer to something else entirely.

Register to reply

Related Discussions
Measurement of material displacement using recorded material thermal data Materials & Chemical Engineering 3
Q: name this material Materials & Chemical Engineering 3
SR and GR material Special & General Relativity 1
Material Science, Material Selection Question Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework 1
Is there such a material? Materials & Chemical Engineering 9