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ii, 32 p. ; 23 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
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1 online resource (429 pages) illustrations
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1 online resource (1 v.) : ill.
  • Atomic structure
  • Atomic bonding and crystal structure
  • Imperfections in solids
  • Plastic deformation in crystalline materials
  • Mechanical Properties
  • Diffusion
  • Phase diagrams
  • Phase transformations
  • Heat treatment of steels
  • Metals and alloys
  • Organic materials
  • Ceramic materials
  • Composite materials
  • Wear of materials
  • Corrosion and oxidation
  • Thermal properties
  • Electrical conductivity and insulating properties
  • Semiconductors
  • Dielectric properties
  • Magnetic properties
  • Optical properties of materials.
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xxi, 650 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
"Physical Metallurgy and Advanced Materials" is the latest edition of the classic book previously published as "Modern Physical Metallurgy Materials Engineering". Fully revised and expanded, this new edition develops on its predecessor by including detailed coverage of the latest topics in metallurgy and material science. Intended for senior undergraduates and graduate students it emphasises the science, production and applications of engineering materials. It is suitable for all post-introductory materials science courses.The key features include: renowned coverage of metals and alloys, plus other materials classes including ceramics and polymers; updated coverage of sports materials, biomaterials and nanomaterials; covers new materials characterization techniques, including scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and nanoindentation; easy to navigate with contents split into logical groupings: fundamentals, metals and alloys, nonmetals, processing and applications; detailed worked examples with real-world applications; and the rich pedagogy includes extensive homework exercises, lecture slides and full online solutions manual (coming).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780750669061 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xvi, 255 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Natural Zeolites: Cation Exchange, Cation Arrangement and Dehydration Behavior.- Natural Ion Exchange in Microporous Minerals: Different Aspects and Implications.- Why Do Super-Aluminous Sodalites and Melilites Exist, but Not so Feldspars?.- First Natural Pharmacosiderite-Related Titanosilicates and Their Ion-Exchange Properties.- Tobermorite 11 A and Its Synthetic Counterparts: Structural Relationships and Thermal Behaviour.- Mixed-Framework Microporous Natural Zirconosilicates.- Chivruaiite, a New Mineral with Ion-Exchange Properties.- Tl-Exchange in Zorite and ETS-4.- The Largest Source of Minerals with Unique Structure and Properties.- Trigonal Members of the Lovozerite Group: A Re-investigation.- Ion-Exchange Properties of Natural Sodium Zirconosilicate Terskite.- Chemistry of Cancrinite-Group Minerals from the Khibiny-Lovozero Alkaline Complex, Kola Peninsula, Russia.- On the Inhomogeneities in the Structures of Labuntsovite-Group Minerals.- Phosphates with Amphoteric Oxocomplexes: Crystal Chemical Features and Expected Physical Properties.- Structural Mineralogy of Borates as Perspective Materials for Technological Applications.- Zeolite-Like Borosilicates from the Si-Rich Part of the R2O-B2O3-SiO2 (R = K, Rb, Cs) Systems.- Structural Diversity of Layered Double Hydroxides.- Crystal Chemistry of Oxocentered Chain Lead Oxyhalides and their Importance as Perspective Materials.- Features of Low-Temperature Alteration of Ti- and Nb-Phyllosilicates Under Laboratory Conditions.- Silicate Tubes in the Crystal Structure of Manaksite.- Heterophyllosilicates, a Potential Source of Nanolayers for Materials Science.- Fullerene-Like Carbon in Nature and Perspectives of its use in Science-Based Technologies.- Fullerenes as Possible Collectors of Noble, Rare, and Disseminated Elements.- Nanotubes in Minerals and Mineral-Related Systems.- Natural and Synthetic Minerals - Matrices (Forms) for Actinide Waste Immobilization.- Behavior of Actinide Host-Phases Under Self-irradiation: Zircon, Pyrochlore, Monazite, and Cubic Zirconia Doped with Pu-238.- Stabilization of Radioactive Salt-Containing Liquid and Sludge waste on the Ceramic Matrices.- The Role of Organic Matter in Peralkaline Pegmatites: Comparison of Minerogenetic and Technological Processes.- Structure, Chemistry and Crystallization Conditions of Calcium Oxalates - The Main Components of Kidney Stones.- Structure, Chemistry and Synthesis of Carbonate Apatites - The Main Components of Dental and Bone Tissues.
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This book comprises papers resulting from the 1st International workshop Minerals as Advanced Materials I . It is intended as an exchange of ideas between mineralogists and material scientists. The aim is to identify minerals and mineral objects that have or potentially have unique physical, chemical and structural properties that are of interest from the viewpoint of applied mineralogy and material science. The author studied Crystallography at the St.Petersburg State University.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783540771227 20160605
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xvi, 255 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Natural Zeolites: Cation Exchange, Cation Arrangement and Dehydration Behavior.- Natural Ion Exchange in Microporous Minerals: Different Aspects and Implications.- Why Do Super-Aluminous Sodalites and Melilites Exist, but Not so Feldspars?.- First Natural Pharmacosiderite-Related Titanosilicates and Their Ion-Exchange Properties.- Tobermorite 11 A and Its Synthetic Counterparts: Structural Relationships and Thermal Behaviour.- Mixed-Framework Microporous Natural Zirconosilicates.- Chivruaiite, a New Mineral with Ion-Exchange Properties.- Tl-Exchange in Zorite and ETS-4.- The Largest Source of Minerals with Unique Structure and Properties.- Trigonal Members of the Lovozerite Group: A Re-investigation.- Ion-Exchange Properties of Natural Sodium Zirconosilicate Terskite.- Chemistry of Cancrinite-Group Minerals from the Khibiny-Lovozero Alkaline Complex, Kola Peninsula, Russia.- On the Inhomogeneities in the Structures of Labuntsovite-Group Minerals.- Phosphates with Amphoteric Oxocomplexes: Crystal Chemical Features and Expected Physical Properties.- Structural Mineralogy of Borates as Perspective Materials for Technological Applications.- Zeolite-Like Borosilicates from the Si-Rich Part of the R2O-B2O3-SiO2 (R = K, Rb, Cs) Systems.- Structural Diversity of Layered Double Hydroxides.- Crystal Chemistry of Oxocentered Chain Lead Oxyhalides and their Importance as Perspective Materials.- Features of Low-Temperature Alteration of Ti- and Nb-Phyllosilicates Under Laboratory Conditions.- Silicate Tubes in the Crystal Structure of Manaksite.- Heterophyllosilicates, a Potential Source of Nanolayers for Materials Science.- Fullerene-Like Carbon in Nature and Perspectives of its use in Science-Based Technologies.- Fullerenes as Possible Collectors of Noble, Rare, and Disseminated Elements.- Nanotubes in Minerals and Mineral-Related Systems.- Natural and Synthetic Minerals - Matrices (Forms) for Actinide Waste Immobilization.- Behavior of Actinide Host-Phases Under Self-irradiation: Zircon, Pyrochlore, Monazite, and Cubic Zirconia Doped with Pu-238.- Stabilization of Radioactive Salt-Containing Liquid and Sludge waste on the Ceramic Matrices.- The Role of Organic Matter in Peralkaline Pegmatites: Comparison of Minerogenetic and Technological Processes.- Structure, Chemistry and Crystallization Conditions of Calcium Oxalates - The Main Components of Kidney Stones.- Structure, Chemistry and Synthesis of Carbonate Apatites - The Main Components of Dental and Bone Tissues.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783540771227 20160605
This book comprises papers resulting from the 1st International workshop Minerals as Advanced Materials I . It is intended as an exchange of ideas between mineralogists and material scientists. The aim is to identify minerals and mineral objects that have or potentially have unique physical, chemical and structural properties that are of interest from the viewpoint of applied mineralogy and material science. The author studied Crystallography at the St.Petersburg State University.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783540771227 20160605
Book
xii, 409 p. illus. 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Journal/Periodical
volumes : illustrations ; 30 cm.
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1 online resource.
The first edition of the Handbook of Clay Science published in 2006 assembled the scattered literature on the varied and diverse aspects that make up the discipline of clay science. The topics covered range from the fundamental structures (including textures) and properties of clays and clay minerals, through their environmental, health and industrial applications, to their analysis and characterization by modern instrumental techniques. Also included are the clay-microbe interaction, layered double hydroxides, zeolites, cement hydrates, and genesis of clay minerals as well as the history and teaching of clay science. The 2e adds new information from the intervening 6 years and adds some important subjects to make this the most comprehensive and wide-ranging coverage of clay science in one source in the English language. * Provides up-to-date, comprehensive information in a single source* Covers applications of clays, as well as the instrumental analytical techniques* Provides a truly multidisciplinary approach to clay science.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780080993645 20160612
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42, [2] p. 20 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)

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