Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering, 7th Edition
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To prepare materials engineers and scientists of the future, Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering is designed to present diverse topics in the field with appropriate breadth and depth. The strength of the book is in its focus on key concepts in science of materials (basic knowledge) followed by application of scientific principles in selection and engineering of materials (applied knowledge). This textbook is suitable for both an introductory course in materials at the sophomore level and a more advanced (junior/senior level) second course in materials science and engineering. This title is available in Connect, featuring SmartBook, Application-Based Activities, Critical Point Questions, and the MHEbook.
2 Atomic Structure and Bonding
3 Crystal and Amorphous Structures in Materials
4 Solidification and Crystalline Imperfections
5 Thermally Activated Processes and Diffusion in Solids
6 Mechanical Properties of Metals I
7 Mechanical Properties of Metals II
8 Phase Diagrams
9 Engineering Alloys
10 Polymeric Materials
12 Composite Materials
14 Electrical Properties of Materials
15 Optical Properties and Superconductive Materials
16 Magnetic Properties
17 Biological and Biomaterials
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