Ceramic materials [electronic resource] : science and engineering
- C. Barry Carter, M. Grant Norton.
- 2nd ed.
- New York, NY : Springer, 2013.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource.
- Some history
- Background you need to know
- Bonds and energy bands
- Models, crystals, and chemistry
- Binary compounds
- Complex crystal and glass structures
- Equilibrium phase diagrams
- Characterizing structure, defects, and chemistry
- Point defects, charge, and diffusion
- Are dislocations unimportant?
- Surfaces, nanoparticles, and foams
- Interfaces in polycrystals
- Phase boundaries, particles, and pores
- Mechanical strength and weakness
- Mechanical testing
- Fracturing: brittleness
- Raw materials
- Powders, fibers, platelets, and composites
- Glass and glass-Ceramics
- Sols, gels, and organic chemistry
- Shaping and forming
- Sintering and grain growth
- Solid-State phase transformations and reactions
- Processing glass and glass-Ceramics
- Coatings and thick films
- Thin films and vapor deposition
- Growing single crystals
- Properties and applications
- Conducting charge or not
- Locally redistributing charge
- Interacting with and generating light
- Using magnetic fields and storing data
- Responding to temperature changes
- Ceramics in biology and medicine
- Minerals and gems
- Energy production and storage
- Industry and the environment.
- Publication date
- Includes index.
- 9781461435235 (electronic bk.)
- 1461435234 (electronic bk.)