A chemical engineer works with the ideas and design process in many different areas where materials are being manufactured, invented, transformed, or transported. Sometimes, chemical engineers are called "universal engineers" because their knowledge base and abilities are so broad. They have all the basic engineering training in math and physics as well as an in-depth mastery of chemistry and biology.

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