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xiv, 519 pages, [2] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Crystals and crystal structures -- 2. Two-dimensional patterns, lattices and symmetry -- 3. Bravais lattices and crystal systems -- 4. Crystal symmetry: point groups, space groups, symmetry-related properties and quasiperiodic crystals -- 5. Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals: Miller indices and zone axis symbols -- 6. The recirocal lattice -- 7. The diffraction of light -- 8. X-ray diffraction: the contribution of Max von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg and P.P Ewald -- 9. The diffraction of X-rays -- 10. X-ray diffraction of polycrystalline materials -- 11. Electron diffraction and its applications -- 12. The stereographic projection and its uses -- 13. Fourier analysis in diffraction and image formation -- 14. The physical properties of crystals and their description by tensors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198738688 20160618
This book provides a clear and very broadly based introduction to crystallography, light, X-ray and electron diffraction - a knowledge which is essential to students in a wide range of scientific disciplines but which is otherwise generally covered in subject-specific and more mathematically detailed texts. The text is also designed to appeal to the more general reader since it shows, by historical and biographical references, how the subject has developed from the work and insights of successive generations of crystallographers and scientists. The book shows how an understanding of crystal structures, both inorganic and organic may be built up from simple ideas of atomic and molecular packing. Beginning with (two dimensional) examples of patterns and tilings, the concepts of lattices, symmetry point and space groups are developed. 'Penrose' tilings and quasiperiodic structures are also included. The reciprocal lattice and its importance in understanding the geometry of light, X-ray and electron diffraction patterns is explained in simple terms, leading to Fourier analysis in diffraction, crystal structure determination, image formation and the diffraction-limited resolution in these techniques. Practical X-ray and electron diffraction techniques and their applications are described. A recurring theme is the common principles: the techniques are not treated in isolation. The fourth edition has been revised throughout, and includes new sections on Fourier analysis, Patterson maps, direct methods, charge flipping, group theory in crystallography, and a new chapter on the description of physical properties of crystals by tensors (Chapter 14).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198738688 20160618
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xxvii, 465 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • An introduction to crystal structures Introduction Close-packing Body-centred and primitive structures Symmetry Lattices and unit cells Crystalline solids Lattice Energy Physical methods for characterizing solids Introduction X-ray Diffraction Powder Diffraction Single Crystal X-ray Diffraction Neutron Diffraction Electron Microscopy Scanning Probe Microscopy, SPM Atomic Force Microscopy, AFM X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy, XAS Solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Thermal Analysis Temperature Programmed Reduction, TPR Other Techniques Synthesis of solids Introduction High temperature ceramic methods Microwave synthesis Combustion synthesis High pressure methods Chemical vapour deposition (CVD) Preparing single crystals Intercalation Synthesis of Nanomaterials Choosing a method Bonding in solids and their electronic properties Bonding in solids - free electron theory Bonding in solids - molecular orbital theory Semiconductors - Si and Ge Bands in compounds - Gallium Arsenide Bands in d-block compounds - transition metal monoxides Classical Modelling Defects and non-stoichiometry Point Defects - an introduction Defects and their concentration Ionic conductivity in solids Solid Electrolytes Applications of solid electrolytes Colour Centres Non-stoichiometric compounds Extended defects Three-dimensional defects Electronic properties of non-stoichiometric oxides Microporous and Mesoporous solids Zeolites Other microporous framework structures Mesoporous structures New materials Clay minerals Optical properties of solids Introduction The interaction of light with atoms Absorption and emission of radiation in continuous solids Refraction Photonic Crystals Metamaterials - 'cloaks of invisibility' Magnetic and Electrical Properties Introduction Magnetic susceptibility Paramagnetism in metal complexes Ferromagnetic metals Ferromagnetic compounds - chromium dioxide Antiferromagnetism - transition metal monoxides Ferrimagnetism - ferrites Spiral Magnetism Giant, Tunnelling, and Colossal Magnetoresistance Electrical polarisation Piezoelectric crystals The Ferroelectric Effect Multiferroics Superconductivity Introduction Conventional superconductors High temperature superconductors Uses of high-temperature superconductors Nanostructures and solids with low-dimensional properties Nanoscience Consequences of the nanoscale Low-dimensional and nano-structural carbon Carbon-based conducting polymers Non-carbon nanoparticles Non-carbon nanofilms and nanolayers Non-carbon nanotubes, nanorods and nanowires.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439847909 20160608
Building a foundation with a thorough description of crystalline structures, Solid State Chemistry: An Introduction, Fourth Edition presents a wide range of the synthetic and physical techniques used to prepare and characterize solids. Going beyond basic science, the book explains and analyzes modern techniques and areas of research. The book covers: * A range of synthetic and physical techniques used to prepare and characterize solids * Bonding, superconductivity, and electrochemical, magnetic, optical, and conductive properties * STEM, ionic conductivity, nanotubes and related structures such as graphene, metal organic frameworks, and FeAs superconductors * Biological systems in synthesis, solid state modeling, and metamaterials This largely nonmathematical introduction to solid state chemistry includes basic crystallography and structure determination, as well as practical examples of applications and modern developments to offer students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in real-life situations and serve them well throughout their degree course. New in the Fourth Edition * Coverage of multiferroics, graphene, and iron-based high temperature superconductors, the techniques available with synchrotron radiation, and metal organic frameworks (MOFs) * More space devoted to electron microscopy and preparative methods * New discussion of conducting polymers in the expanded section on carbon nanoscience.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439847909 20160608
Engineering Library (Terman)
MATSCI-193-01, MATSCI-203-01
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xxxii, 739 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • 1. Materials and materials properties-- 2. The periodic table and bonds-- 3. What is a crystal structure?-- 4. Crystallographic computations-- 5. Lattice planes-- 6. Reciprocal space-- 7. Additional crystallographic computations-- 8. Symmetry in crystallography-- 9. Point groups-- 10. Plane groups and space groups-- 11. X-ray diffraction: geometry-- 12. X-ray diffraction: intensities-- 13. Other diffraction techniques-- 14. About crystal structures and diffraction patterns-- 15. Non-crystallographic point groups-- 16. Periodic and aperiodic things-- 17. Metallic structures I-- 18. Metallic structures II-- 19. Metallic structures III: quasicrystals-- 20. Metallic structures IV: amorphous metals-- 21. Ceramic structures I-- 22. Ceramic structures II: high temperature superconductors-- 23. Ceramic structures III: terrestrial and extraterrestrial minerals-- 24. Molecular solids and biological materials.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107005877 20160609
This highly readable, popular textbook for upper undergraduates and graduates comprehensively covers the fundamentals of crystallography and symmetry, applying these concepts to a large range of materials. New to this edition are more streamlined coverage of crystallography, additional coverage of magnetic point group symmetry and updated material on extraterrestrial minerals and rocks. New exercises at the end of chapters, plus over 500 additional exercises available online, allow students to check their understanding of key concepts and put into practice what they have learnt. Over 400 illustrations within the text help students visualise crystal structures and more abstract mathematical objects, supporting more difficult topics like point group symmetries. Historical and biographical sections add colour and interest by giving an insight into those who have contributed significantly to the field. Supplementary online material includes password-protected solutions, over 100 crystal structure data files, and Powerpoints of figures from the book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107005877 20160609
Engineering Library (Terman)
MATSCI-193-01, MATSCI-203-01
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xiii, 432 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Crystals and crystal structure-- 2. Two-dimensional patterns, lattices, and symmetry-- 3. Bravais lattices and crystal systems-- 4. Crystal symmetry, point groups, and crystal structures: the external symmetry of crystals-- 5. Describing lattice planes and directions in crystals: Miller indices and zone axis symbols-- 6. The reciprocal lattice-- 7. The diffraction of light-- 8. X-ray diffraction: The contributions of M. von Laue, W.H. and W.L. Bragg, and P.P. Ewald-- 9. The diffraction of X-rays and electrons-- 10. X-rays and electron diffraction of polycrystalline materials-- Appendix 1. Useful components for a crystallography model-building kit and suppliers-- Appendix 2. Computer programs in crystallography-- Appendix 3. Biographical notes on crystallographers and scientists mentioned in the text-- Appendix 4. Some useful crystallographic relationships-- Appendix 5. A simple introduction to vectors and complex numbers and their uses in crystallography-- Appendxix 6. Systematic absences (extinctions) in X-ray diffraction and double diffraction in electron diffraction patterns-- Answers to exercises-- Further reading-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199546459 20160528
This book provides a clear introduction to topics which are essential to students in a wide range of scientific disciplines but which are otherwise only covered in specialised and mathematically detailed texts. It shows how crystal structures may be built up from simple ideas of atomic packing and co-ordination, it develops the concepts of crystal symmetry, point and space groups by way of two dimensional examples of patterns and tilings, it explains the concept of the reciprocal lattice in simple terms and shows its importance in an understanding of light, X-ray and electron diffraction. Practical examples of the applications of these techniques are described and also the importance of diffraction in the performance of optical instruments. The book is also of value to the general reader since it shows, by biographical and historical references, how the subject has developed and thereby indicates some of the excitement of scientific discovery.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199546459 20160528
Engineering Library (Terman), eReserve
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xxxi, 844 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface-- Acknowledgements-- 1. Materials and material properties-- 2. The periodic table and bonds-- 3. What is a crystal structure?-- 4. Crystallographic computations-- 5. Lattice planes-- 6. Reciprocal space-- 7. Additional crystallographic computations-- 8. Symmetry in crystallography-- 9. Point groups-- 10. Plane groups and space groups-- 11. X-ray diffraction - geometry-- 12. X-ray diffraction - intensities-- 13. Other diffraction techniques-- 14. About crystal structures and diffraction patterns-- 15. Non-crystallographic point groups-- 16. Periodic and aperiodic tilings-- 17. Metallic and covalent structures I-- 18. Metallic crystal structures II-- 19. Metal crystal structures III - RT systems-- 20. Metal structures IV - quasicrystals-- 21. Metal structures V - amorphous metals-- 22. Ceramic structures I-- 23. Ceramic structures II - high temperature superconductors-- 24. Ceramic crystal structures III - silicates and aluminates-- 25. Molecular solids-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521651516 20160528
Blending rigorous presentation with ease of reading, this self-contained textbook covers the fundamentals of crystallography, symmetry and diffraction to several classes of materials. The first half of the book is a systematic treatment of the basics of crystallography, discussing bonding, crystal systems, symmetry, point groups and concepts of diffraction. The latter half is more advanced in scope, applying structural determination methods to the study of a broad range of materials, including metallic, ceramic, covalent, amorphous, molecular solids and nanomaterials. Throughout the text, mathematical theory and abstraction is complemented by a highly visual approach, allowing the reader to fully comprehend crystal structure. With over 430 illustrations, 400 homework problems and crystal structure files, this is suitable for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses on crystallography within materials science and engineering. Additional resources for this title including solutions for instructors, data files for crystal structures, and appendices, are available at www.cambridge.org/9780521651516.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521651516 20160528
Engineering Library (Terman)
MATSCI-193-01, MATSCI-203-01
Book
xix, 680 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • CHAPTER 1: CRYSTAL STRUCTURE. Periodic Array of Atoms. Fundamental Types of Lattices. Index System for Crystal Planes. Simple Crystal Structures. Direct Imaging of Atomic Structure. Nonideal Crystal Structures. Crystal Structure Data. CHAPTER 2: WAVE DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE. Diffraction of Waves by Crystals.Scattered Wave Amplitude. Brillouin Zones. Fourier Analysis of the Basis. CHAPTER 3: CRYSTAL BINDING AND ELASTIC CONSTANTS. Crystals of Inert Gases. Ionic Crystals. Covalent Crystals. Metals. Hydrogen Bonds. Atomic Radii. Analysis of Elastic Strains. Elastic Compliance and Stiffness Constants. Elastic Waves in Cubic Crystals. CHAPTER 4: PHONONS I. CRYSTAL VIBRATIONS. Vibrations of Crystals with Monatomic Basis. Two Atoms per Primitive Basis. Quantization of Elastic Waves. Phonon Momentum. Inelastic Scattering by Phonons. CHAPTER 5: PHONONS II. THERMAL PROPERTIES. Phonon Heat Capacity. Anharmonic Crystal Interactions. Thermal Conductivity. CHAPTER 6: FREE ELECTRON FERMI GAS. Energy Levels in One Dimension. Effect of Temperature on the Fermi-Dirac Distribution. Free Electron Gas in Three Dimensions. Heat Capacity of the Electron Gas. Electrical Conductivity and Ohm's Law. Motion in Magnetic Fields. Thermal Conductivity of Metals. CHAPTER 7: ENERGY BANDS. Nearly Free Electron Model. Bloch Functions. Kronig-Penney Model. Wave Equation of Electron in a Periodic Potential. Number of Orbitals in a Band. CHAPTER 8: SEMICONDUCTOR CRYSTALS. Band Gap. Equations of Motion. Intrinsic Carrier Concentration. Impurity Conductivity. Thermoelectric Effects. Semimetals. Superlattices. CHAPTER 9: FERMI SURFACES AND METALS. Construction of Fermi Surfaces. Electron Orbits, Hole Orbits, and Open Orbits. Calculation of Energy Bands. Experimental Methods in Fermi Surface Studies. CHAPTER 10: SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. Experimental Survey. Theoretical Survey. High-Temperature Superconductors. CHAPTER 11: DIAMAGNETISM AND PARAMAGNETISM. Langevin Diamagnetism Equation. Quantum Theory of Diamagnetism of Mononuclear Systems.Paramagnetism. Quantum Theory of Paramagnetism. Cooling by Isentropic Demagnetization. Paramagnetic Susceptibility of Conduction Electrons. CHAPTER 12: FERROMAGNETISM AND ANTIFERROMAGNETISM. Ferromagnetic Order. Magnons. Neutron Magnetic Scattering. Ferrimagnetic Order. Antiferromagnetic Order. Ferromagnetic Domains. Single Domain Particles. CHAPTER 13: MAGNETIC RESONANCE. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Line Width. Hyperfine Splitting. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance. Ferromagnetic Resonance. Antiferromagnetic Resonance. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance. Principle of Maser Action. CHAPTER 14: PLASMONS, POLARITONS, AND POLARONS. Dielectric Function of the Electron Gas. Plasmons. Electrostatic Screening. Polaritons. Electron-Electron Interaction. Electron-Phonon Interaction: Polarons. Peierls Instability of Linear Metals. CHAPTER 15: OPTICAL PROCESSES AND EXCITONS. Optical Reflectance. Excitons. Raman Effects in Crystals. Energy Loss of Fast Particles in a Solid. CHAPTER 16: DIELECTRICS AND FERROELECTRICS.Macroscopic Electric Field. Local Electric Field at an Atom. Dielectric Constant and Polarizability. Structural Phase Transitions. Ferroelectric Crystals. Displacive Transitions. CHAPTER 17: SURFACE AND INTERFACE PHYSICS. Surface Crystallography. Surface Electronic Structure. Magnetoresistance in a Two-Dimensional Channel. p-n Junctions. Heterostructures. Semiconductor Lasers. Light-Emitting Diodes. CHAPTER 18: NANOSTRUCTURES.Imaging Techniques for Nanostructures.Electronic Structure of 1D Systems.Electrical Transport in 1D.Electronic Structure of 0D Systems.Electrical Transport in 0D.Vibrational and Thermal Properties of Nanostructures.CHAPTER 19: NONCRYSTALLINE SOLIDS.Diffraction Pattern.Glasses.Amorphous Ferromagnets.Amorphous Semiconductors.Low Energy Excitations in Amorphous Solids.Fiber Optics.CHAPTER 20: POINT DEFECTS.Lattice Vacancies.Diffusion.Color Centers.CHAPTER 21: DISLOCATIONS.Shear Strength of Single Crystals.Dislocations.Strength of Alloys.Dislocations and Crystal Growth.Hardness of Materials.CHAPTER 22: ALLOYS.General Consideration.Substitutional Solid Solutions - Hume-Rotherby Rules.Order-Disorder Transformation.Phase Diagrams.Transition Metal Alloys.Kondo Effect.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471415268 20160528
Since the publication of the first edition over 50 years ago, Introduction to Solid State Physics has been the standard solid state physics text for physics students. The author's goal from the beginning has been to write a book that is accessible to undergraduates and consistently teachable. The emphasis in the book has always been on physics rather than formal mathematics. With each new edition, the author has attempted to add important new developments in the field without sacrificing the book's accessibility and teachability. A very important chapter on nanophysics has been written by an active worker in the field. This field is the liveliest addition to solid state science during the past ten years The text uses the simplifications made possible by the wide availability of computer technology. Searches using keywords on a search engine (such as Google) easily generate many fresh and useful references.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471415268 20160528
Engineering Library (Terman)
MATSCI-193-01, MATSCI-203-01
Book
407 p., [4] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • AN INTRODUCTION TO CRYSTAL STRUCTURES Introduction Close-Packing Body-Centred and Primitive Structures Symmetry Lattices and Unit Cells Crystalline Solids Lattice Energy Conclusion Questions PHYSICAL METHODS FOR CHARACTERIZING SOLIDS Introduction X-Ray Diffraction Powder Diffraction Single Crystal X-Ray Diffraction Neutron Diffraction Electron Microscopy X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MAS) NMR Thermal Analysis Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy (STM) and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Temperature Programmed Reduction (TPR) Other Techniques Questions PREPARATIVE METHODS Introduction High Temperature Ceramic Methods Microwave Synthesis Combustion Synthesis High Pressure Methods Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) Preparing Single Crystals Intercalation Choosing a Method Questions BONDING IN SOLIDS AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES Bonding in Solids -- Free Electron Theory Bonding in Solids -- Molecular Orbital Theory Semiconductors -- Si and Ge Bands in Compounds -- Gallium Arsenide Bands in d-Block Compounds -- Transition Metal Monoxides Questions DEFECTS AND NON-STOICHIOMETRY Point Defects -- An Introduction Defects and their Concentration Ionic Conductivity in Solids Solid Electrolytes Photography Colour Centres Non-Stoichiometric Compounds Planar Defects Three-Dimensional Defects Electronic Properties of Non-Stoichiometric Oxides Conclusions Questions CARBON-BASED ELECTRONICS Introduction Polyacetylene and Related Polymers Molecular Metals Polymers and Ionic Conduction -- Rechargeable Lithium Batteries Carbon Questions ZEOLITES AND RELATED STRUCTURES Introduction Composition and Structure Synthesis of Zeolites Structure Determination Uses of Zeolites Mesoporous Aluminosilicate Structures Other Framework Structures New Materials Clay Minerals Postscript Questions OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS Introduction The Interaction of Light with Atoms Absorption and Emission of Radiation in Semiconductors Optical Fibres Photonic Crystals Questions MAGNETIC AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES Introduction Magnetic Susceptibility Paramagnetism in Metal Complexes Ferromagnetic Metals Ferromagnetic Compounds -- Chromium Dioxide Antiferromagnetism -- Transition Metal Monoxides Ferrimagnetism -- Ferrites Giant, Tunnelling, and Colossal Magnetoresistance Electrical Polarisation Piezoelectric Crystals -- a-Quartz The Ferroelectric Effect Questions SUPERCONDUCTIVITY Introduction Conventional Superconductors High Temperature Superconductors Ferromagnetic Superconductors Uses of High Temperature Superconductors Questions NANOSCIENCE Introduction Consequences of the Nanoscale Examples Manipulating Atoms and Molecules.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780748775163 20160605
Intended for first- and second-year undergraduates, this introduction to solid state chemistry includes practical examples of applications and modern developments to offer students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in real-life situations. The third edition of "Solid State Chemistry: An Introduction" has been comprehensively revised and updated. Building a foundation with a thorough description of crystalline structures, the book presents a wide range of the synthetic and physical techniques used to prepare and characterize solids. Other fundamental discussions include: bonding, superconductivity, and electrochemical, magnetic, optical, and conductive properties. The authors have added sections on fuel cells and electro chromic materials; conducting organic polymers, organic superconductors, and fullerenes; mesoporous solids and ALPOs; photonics; giant magneto resistance (GMR) and colossal magneto resistance (CMR); and p-wave (triplet) superconductors. The book also includes a completely new chapter, which examines the solid state chemical aspects of nanoscience. Each chapter contains a set of review questions and an accompanying solutions manual is available. "Solid State Chemistry: An Introduction", Third Edition is written in a clear, approachable style that enhances the material by integrating its concepts in the context of current applications and areas of promising research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780748775163 20160605
Engineering Library (Terman)
MATSCI-193-01, MATSCI-203-01
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xxix, 826 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Preface. List of Tables. Introduction. STRUCTURE OF MATERIALS. Structure of Crystals. Bonding in Solids. Diffraction and the Reciprocal Lattice. Order and Disorder in Solids. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS. Phonons. Thermally Activated Processes, Phase Diagrams, and Phase Transitions. Electrons in Solids: Electrical and Thermal Properties. Optical Properties of Materials. Magnetic Properties of Materials. Mechanical Properties of Materials. CLASSES OF MATERIALS. Semiconductors. Metals and Alloys. Ceramics. Polymers. Dielectric and Ferroelectric Materials. Superconductors. Magnetic Materials. Optical Materials. SURFACES, THIN FILMS, INTERFACES, AND MULTILAYERS. Surfaces. Thin Films, Interfaces, and Multilayers. SYNTHESIS AND PROCESSING OF MATERIALS. Synthesis and Processing of Materials. Characterization of Materials. Appendix WA: Thermodynamics. Appendix WB: Statistical Mechanics. Appendix WC: Quantum Mechanics. Materials Index. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471057949 20160528
A comprehensive introduction to the structure, properties, and applications of materials, this title provides the first unified treatment for the broad subject of materials. Authors Gersten and Smith use a fundamental approach to define the structure and properties of a wide range of solids on the basis of the local chemical bonding and atomic order present in the material. Emphasizing the physical and chemical origins of material properties, the book focuses on the most technologically important materials being utilized and developed by scientists and engineers. Appropriate for use in advanced materials courses, "The Physics and Chemistry of Materials" provides the background information necessary to assimilate the current academic and patent literature on materials and their applications. Problem sets, illustrations, and helpful tables complete this well-rounded new treatment. Five sections cover these important topics: Structure of materials, including crystal structure, bonding in solids, diffraction and the reciprocal lattice, and order and disorder in solids; Physical properties of materials, including electrical, thermal, optical, magnetic, and mechanical properties; and Classes of materials, including semiconductors, superconductors, magnetic materials, and optical materials in addition to metals, ceramics, polymers, dielectrics, and ferroelectrics. A section on surfaces, thin films, interfaces, and multilayers discusses the effects of spatial discontinuities in the physical and chemical structure of materials. A section on synthesis and processing examines the effects of synthesis on the structure and properties of various materials. This book is enhanced by a Web-based supplement that offers advanced material together with an entire electronic chapter on the characterization of materials. 'The Physics and Chemistry of Materials" is a complete introduction to the structure and properties of materials for students and an excellent reference for scientists and engineers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471057949 20160528
Engineering Library (Terman)
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xii, 470 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Part 1 Perfect crystals: lattice geometry-- the stereographic projection and point groups-- crystal structures-- tensors. Part 2 Imperfect crystals: strain, stress and elasticity-- glide-- dislocations-- dislocations in crystals-- point defects-- twinning-- Martensitic transformations-- crystal interfaces. Appendices: crystallographic calculations-- vector algebra and the reciprocal lattice-- planar spacings and interplanar angles-- transformation of indices-- crystal structure data.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471720430 20160527
The study of form and structure of crystals is multidisciplinary and therefore important in the study of physics, chemistry, molecular biology, materials science and mineralogy. This book combines aspects of crystallography, solid state physics and engineering.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471720430 20160527
Engineering Library (Terman)
MATSCI-193-01, MATSCI-203-01
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xvii, 329 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Engineering Library (Terman)
MATSCI-193-01, MATSCI-203-01