Materials science and technology : a comprehensive treatment
- edited by R.W. Cahn, P. Haasen, E.J. Kramer.
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- Materials science and technology (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany)
- Weinheim ; New York : VCH, c1991-
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Classical glass technology-- special methods of obtaining glasses and amorphous materials-- glass formation and relaxation-- models of glass structure - diffraction methods-- optic and magnetic properties of ion implanted glasses-- oxide glasses-- chalcogenide glasses-- halide glasses-- metallic glasses-- glass-like carbons-- organic glasses and polymers-- optical properties-- mechanical properties of glasses-- electrical properties of glasses-- materials technology of optical fibre.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527268221 20160527
- Electronic Structure Calculations Magneto--Optical Properties of Metals, Alloys and Compounds Electronic Transport Properties of Normal Metals Superconductivity Magnetic Properties of Metal Systems Ultra Thin Films and Superlattices Experimental Fermiology.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527268160 20160527
- Elements of symmetry in periodic lattices, quasicrystals, W. Steurer-- electron theory of crystal structure, D.G. Pettifor-- structure of intermetallic compounds and phases, R. Ferro and A. Saccone-- structure of amorphous and molten alloys, P. Lamparter and S. Steeb-- lattice vibrations, H.R. Schober and W. Petry-- point defects in crystals, H.J. Wollenberger-- dislocations in crystals, D.J. Bacon-- crystal surfaces, M.A. Van Hove-- structures of interfaces in crystalline solids, M.W. Finnis and M. Ruehle.
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- Introductory Chapter: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties (H. Mughrabi). Flow Stress and Work Hardening (J. Sevillano). Deformation and Textures of Metals at Large Strain (E. Aernoudt, et al.). Dislocation Patterning (L. Kubin). Solid Solution Strengthening (H. Neuh?user & C. Schwink). Deformation of Intermetallic Compounds (Y. Umakoshi). Particle Strengthening (B. Reppich). High-Temperature Deformation and Creep of Crystalline Solids (W. Blum). Superplasticity in Metals, Ceramics and Intermetallics (A. Mukherjee). Inelastic Deformation and Fracture of Glassy Solids (A. Argon). Cyclic Deformation and Fatigue (S. Suresh). Fracture Mechanisms (H. Riedel). Friction and Wear (K. Kato). Index.
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- Microstructure and Transformations in Steel (G. Krauss). Structure-Property Relationships in Steels (F. Pickering). Steelmaking and Non-Metallic Inclusions (A. Nicholson & D. Thornton). Processing - Conventional Heat Treatments (H. Ohtani). Processing - Thermomechanical Controlled Processing (I. Kozasu). Processing - Cold Working and Annealing (R. Hudd). Formable Steels (M. Abe). High Strength Low Alloy Steels (F. Pickering). Medium/High Carbon Steels for Rails, Rods, Bars and Forgings (T. Gladman). Heat Treated Engineering Steels (D. Naylor & W. Cook). Creep Resisting Steels (M. Gemmill). Stainless Steels (J. Truman). Tool Steels (H. Rayson). Iron, Nickel and Cobalt Based Superalloys and Heat Resistant Alloys (W. Betteridge). Cast Irons (R. Elliott). Welding of Steel (P. Houldcroft). Surface Treatment of Steels (K. Stevens & A. Davies). Index.
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- Solidification Processing Rapid Solidification Surface Modification by Lasers Powder Metallurgy Mechanical Milling and Alloying Ion Implantation and Ion-Beam Mixing Thin Films: Epitaxial Deposition Metallic Multiloayers Recrystallization and Recovery Measurement and Control of Texture Electrodeposition of Metals and Alloys Solidification Processing Under Microgravity Cluster Assembly of Nanophase Materials.
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- Thermodynamics and phase diagrams of materials, A.D.Pelton-- diffusion in crystalline solids, G.E.Murch-- statistical theories of phase transitions, K.Binder-- homogeneous second phase precipitation, R.Wagner-- transformations involving interfacial diffusion, G.R.Purdy-- diffusionless transformations, L.Delaey-- spinodal decomposition, K.Binder-- high pressure phase transformations, A.I.Ruoff-- atomic ordering, W.Pitsch-- solidification, H.Muller-Krumbhaar.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527268184 20160527
- Band theory applied to semiconductors, M. Lannoo-- optical properties and charge transport, R.G. Ulbrich-- intrinsic point defecta in semiconductors, G. Watkins-- deep centers in semiconductors, H. Feichtinger-- equilibria, nonequilibria, diffusion and precipitation, U.M. Gasele and T.Y. Tan-- dislocations, H. Alexander and H. Teichler-- grain boundaries in semiconductors, J.L. Rouviere et al-- interfaces, A. Ourmazd et al-- the hall effect in quantum wires, A.M. Chang-- material properties of hydrogenated amorphous silicon, R.A. Street and K. Winer-- high - temperature properties of 3d - transition elements in silicon, W. Schroter et al.
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- Biofunctionality and biocompatibility-- materials for bone, joint and cartilage replacement-- materials for use within the cardiovascular system-- materials and materials technologies for artificial organs-- materials for skin and nerve repair biologically active analogs of the extracellular matrix-- dental restorative materials-- materials for oral and maxillofacial surgery-- medical and dental adhesives-- materials considerations in the selection, performance and adhesion of polymeric encapsulants for implantable sensors-- materials for implantable electrodes and electronic devices-- materials for drug delivery-- materials for ophthalmology-- materials for fixed and removable prosthodontics.
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- Electron diffraction and transmission electron microscopy, Amelinckx-- analytical electron microscopy, Hall-- scanning electron microscopy, Joy-- X-ray diffraction, Snyder-- light optical microscopy, Petzow and Telle-- atomic spectroscopy, Skelly, Frame and Keliher-- thermoanalytical methods, Gallagher-- applications of sysnchroton X-ray radation to materials science, Halfpenny et al-- X-ray fluorescence analysis, Jenkins-- polymer molecular structure determination, Williams.
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- Nonbiological Sequence-Specific Oligomers by Repetitive Syntheses (J. Moore and R. Prince). Transition Metal-Catalyzed Polycondensation and Polyaddition (W. Heitz). Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization (ROMP) and Related Processes (R. Grubbs and E. Khosravi). Acyclic Diene Metathesis (ADMET) Polymerization (T. Davidson and K. Wagener). Transition Metal Catalyzed Olefin, Cycloolefin, and Styrene Polymerization (J. Okuda and R. M lhaupt). Living Radical Polymerization (M. Sawamoto and M. Kamigaito). Anionic Polymerization: Recent Advances (P. Dubois, et al.). Cationic Polymerization (H. Cramail and A. Deffieux). Emulsion Polymerization (A. Aerdts, et al.). Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Polymers (M. Rehahn). Chiral Polymers - The Synthesis of Optically Active Vinyl and Vinylidene Polymers with Main Chain Chirality (G. Wulff). The Synthesis and Characterization of Dendritic Molecules (H. Janssen and E. Meijer). Diels-Alder Ladder Polymers: Synthesis and Aromatization (A.-D. Schl ter). Synthesis of Polyrotaxanes (A. Harada). Polymerization in Organized Media (S. Stupp and P. Osenar). Biocatalytical Routes to Polymers (S. Kobayashi and H. Uyama). Biosynthetic Routes to Novel Macromolecular Materials (K. Kiick and D. Tirrell). Application of a Modular Approach in Polymer Science: Synthesis of a Broad Variety of Amphiphilic Block Copolymers (M. Antonietti, et al.). Synthesis of Cyclic Macromolecules (Y. Ederle, et al.). Index.
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- Repetitive Synthesis of Oligomers (Moore) Transition Metal-Catalyzed Polycondensation and Polyaddition (Heitz) Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization (Grubbs) Acyclic Diene Metathesis(ADMET) Polymerization (Wagener) Ziegler-Natta Catalysis (Okuda) Living Radical Polymerization (Sawamoto) Anionic Polymerization (Dubois) Cationic Polymerization (Cramail) Emulsion-Dispersion Polymerization (German) Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Polymers (Rehahn) Chiral Polymers (Wulff) Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Polymers (Meijer) Double-Stranded Polymers (Schlueter) Polyrotaxanes (Harada) Polymerization in Organized Media (Stupp) Biocatalytic Routes to Polymers (Kobayashi) Molecular Biological Approach to Biomaterials (Tirrell) The Concept of Modular Chemistry (Antonietti) Synthesis of Cyclic Macromolecules (Lutz).
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- Publisher's Summary
- Steel represents one of the most often used, and versatile construction materials. This volume provides a unique overview of the various types of steel, their properties and applications. From the Contents: Krauss: Microstructure and Transformations in Steel. Pickering: Structure-Property Relationships in Steels/High Strength Low Alloy Steels. Nicholson/Thornton: Steelmaking and Non-Metallic Inclusions. Ohtani: Processing - Conventional Heat Treatments. Kozasu: Processing - Thermomechanical Controlled Processing. Hudd: Processing - Cold Working and Annealing. Abe: Formable Steels. Gladman: Medium/High Carbon Steels for Rails, Rods, Bars and Forgings. Naylor/Cook: Heat Treated Engineering Steels. Gemmill: Creep Resisting Steels. Truman: Stainless Steels. Rayson: Tool Steels. Betteridge: Iron, Nickel and Cobalt Based Superalloys and Heat Resistant Alloys. Elliott: Cast Irons.
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- The first of two volumes in this series to deal with the electronic and magnetic properties of metals and ceramics. This handbook encompasses traditional topics in solid-state physics and chemistry as well as extraordinary recent advances in materials research. From the Contents: Kubler/Eyert: Electronic Structure Calculations. Schoenes: Magneto-Optical Properties of Metals, Alloys and Compounds, Rossiter/Bass: Electronic Transport of Normal Metals. Kes: Superconductivity. Gignoux: Magnetic Properties of Metallic Systems. Onuki/Goto/Kasuya: Fermi Surfaces in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527268160 20160527
- The properties of metals and alloys, and thus their effectiveness in applications, are closely related to the processing methods applied. Metallurgists and other technologists involved with metals and alloys are provided with a unique overview of processing techniques and their effects. From the Contents: Flemings: Solidification Processing. Suryanarayana: Rapid Solidification. Mordike: Surface Modification by Lasers. Arunachalam/Sundaresan: Powder Metallurgy. Koch: Mechanical Milling and Alloying. Follstaedt: Ion Implantation and Ion-Beam Mixing. Pashley: The Epitaxy of Metals. Somekh/Greer: Metallic Multilayers. Humphreys: Recrystallization and Recovery. Cahn: Measurement and Control of Texture. de Bonte/Roos/Celis: Electrodeposition of Metals and Alloys. Sahm/Keller: Solidification Processing Under Microgravity. Siegel: Cluster Assembly of Nanophase Materials.
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- The series "Materials Science and Technology" is an indepth, topic-oriented reference work devoted to this growing interdisciplinary field. A compendium of current, state-of-the art information, it covers the most important classes of materials: metals, ceramics, glasses, polymers, semiconductors and composites. Each volume deals with properties, processing, applications or general phenomena associated with these materials.
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- This self-contained handbook focuses on the mechanisms of plastic deformation and fracture affecting a wide variety of materials. From the Contents: Mughrabi: Introduction. Gil Sevillano: Flow Stress and Work Hardening. Leffers/Van Houtte/Aernoudt: Deformation and Textures of Metals at Large Strain. Kubin: Dislocation Patterning. Neuhauser/Schwink: Solid Solution Strengthening. Umakoshi: Deformation of Intermettalic Compounds. Reppich: Particle Strengthening. Blum: High Temperature Deformation and Creep of Crystalline Solids. Mukherjee: Superplasticity in Metals, Ceramics and Intermetallics. Argon: Inelastic Deformation and Fracture of Glassy Solids. Suresh: Cyclic Deformation and Fatigue. Riedel: Frature Mechanisms. Kato: Friction and Wear.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527268191 20160527
- This volume covers phase transformations, a general phenomenon central to understanding the behavior of materials and to creating high-performance materials. From the Contents: Pelton: Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams of Materials. Murch: Diffusion in Crystalline Solids. Binder: Statistical Theories of Phase Transitions/Spinodal Decomposition. Wagner/Kampmann: Homogeneous Second Phase Precipitation. Purdy: Transformations Involving Interfacial Diffusion. Delaey: Diffusionless Transformations. Ruoff: High Pressure Phase Transformations. Pitsch/Inden: Atomic Ordering. Muller- Krumbhaar/Kurz: Solidification.
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- Volume 9 of this series attempts to present the principal aspects of glasses and amorphous materials both from the fundamental and applied viewpoints. Chapter 1 introduces traditional glass technology and presents its historical evolution marked by the emergence of different methods of melting and forming glasses. A substantial section is devoted to the problem of fining and the quantitative calculation of silicate-based glass compositions for various practical applications. Chapter 2 contains a complementary description of other methods of obtaining non-crystalline materials. Most of the techniques presented here are used in the case of sophisticated "new glasses". Chapter 3 presents the theoretical side of the problem of vitrification based on nucleation theories and describes the relaxational aspects of glassy materials. Chapter 4 treats the structural models of disordered materials, emphasizing methods using diffraction of x-rays and neutrons. (This chapter complements the topics treated in volume 1 of this series). Chapter 5 gives a traditional description of glasses based on various oxide systems and discusses the effects of compositional changes. Chapter 6 presents the modification of the preceding glasses brought about by modern ion-implantation techniques - this is an important topic, especially for "new glasses", in veiw of their use in electronic and opto-electronic devices. Chapter 7 provides an extensive treatment of chalcogenide glasses. The fundamentals of electronic properties of disordered materials are assembled here, together with principal spectroscopies, and main electronic and optical applications. Chapter 8 is devoted to halide glasses which are promising candidates for optical fibers because of their low attenuation properties. Chapter 9 presents some aspects of metallic glasses, principally their diffusional properties, and introduces various applications. (Complementary topics are treated in volumes 1 and 15 of this series). Chapter 10 describes various glass-like carbon materials and discusses the methods of synthesis used in industry. Chapter 11 presents thermodynamic, kinetic and experimental aspects of molecular-type organic glasses and constitutes a complement to Chapters 3 and 5. A substantial section is devoted to relaxational spectroscopies. Chapter 12 treats optical properties, an important aspect of glass science, covering not only current optics but also more sophisticated aspects (lasers and opto-electronic applications).
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- This handbook, number four in an extended treatment of materials science and technology, is specifically concerned with the electron structure and the properties of semiconductors. The book is illustrated and offers considerable tabulated information.
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- This text deals with the processing of polymers. Each volume in the series explores the properties, processing, applications, or general phenomena associated with these materials.
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- This work, part of a series on materials science, is concerned with those materials which are appropriate to medical and dental treatment such as bone, joint and cartilage replacement, skin and nerve repair, dental adhesives and prosthodontics among others.
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- Characterization is essential to the systematic development of new materials and understanding how they behave in practical applications. Throughout all the volumes of "Materials Science and Technology", the theme of linking properties with microstructure and chemical composition is repeated. Volume 2 focuses on the principal methods required to characterize metal alloys, semiconductors, polymers and ceramics. Modern materials such as high-temperature alloys, engineering thermoplastics and multilayer semiconductor films have many elemental constituents distributed in more than one phase. Details of these phases can be very complex and usually vary with processing. The challenge to the materials characterization expert is to understand how specific instruments and analytical techniques can provide detailed information about what makes each material or fabricated product unique. The challenge to the materials scientist, chemist or engineer is to know what information is needed to fully characterize each material or fabricated product and how to use this information to explain its behaviour, develop new and improved properties, reduce costs, or ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Today there are thousands of techniques used to characterize materials. The goal of Volume 2, which will be published in two parts, is to provide an introductory understanding of a number of the most important techniques. Each is described in sufficient detail so that the reader will develop an awareness of the instrumentation used, how it works, what kind of information it provides, and what are its limitations. Volume 2A concentrates on microscopic techniques that span a range of magnifications from that of the low magnification available with light optical microscopy, through scanning electron microscopy and finally to the very high resolution of transmission electron microscopy. Volume 2B adds to the methods described in 2A.
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- Written by experts in the field, this text presents treatment of all modern synthetic methods for advanced polymers.
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