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Written by academics with more than 30 years experience teachingphysics and material science, this book will act as a one-stopreference on functional materials. Offering a complete coverage offunctional materials, this unique book deals with all three statesof the material, providing an insightful overview of this subjectnot before seen in other texts. * Includes solved examples, a number of exercises and answers tothe exercises. * Aims to promote understanding of the subject as a basis forhigher studies. * The use of mathematically complicated quantum mechanicalequations will be minimized to…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Written by academics with more than 30 years experience teachingphysics and material science, this book will act as a one-stopreference on functional materials. Offering a complete coverage offunctional materials, this unique book deals with all three statesof the material, providing an insightful overview of this subjectnot before seen in other texts. * Includes solved examples, a number of exercises and answers tothe exercises. * Aims to promote understanding of the subject as a basis forhigher studies. * The use of mathematically complicated quantum mechanicalequations will be minimized to aid understanding. For Instructors & Students: Visit Wiley'sHigher Education Site for: * Supplements * Online Resources * Technology Solutions Instructors may requestan evaluation copy for this title.

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 488
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. September 2008
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780470725351
  • Artikelnr.: 37299104
Autorenporträt
Hasse Fredriksson is professor in the casting of metals in the Department of Materials Science at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, in Stockholm, (Sweden). He was educated at KTH gaining a Master of Science in 1966 and he received his doctorate of science in 1971 in physical metallurgy. Since 1975, he has been responsible for research and education in the field of casting and solidification of metals at KTH. The aim of the research in the group is to experimentally, theoretically and/or numerically describe solidification processes. The group has published over 200 international scientific papers. Dr Ulla Akerlind is Docent in Physics at the University of Stockholm. She has extensive experience of teaching at university level and writing textbooks at university and college level. Dr Akerlind has been a guest lecturer on summer courses in physics in the US and an exchange teacher in physics at the University of Surrey in 1984.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface1 Structures of Melts and Solids1.1 Introduction1.2 X-ray Analysis1.3 The Hard Sphere Model of Atoms1.4 Crystal Structure1.5 Crystal Structures of Solid Metals1.6 Crystal Defects in Pure Metals1.7 Structures of Alloy Melts and SolidsSummaryExercises2 Theory of Atoms and Molecules2.1 Introduction2.2 The Bohr Model of Atomic Structure2.3 The Quantum Mechanical Model of Atomic Structure2.4 Solution of the Schrödinger Equation for Atoms2.5 Quantum Mechanics and Probability. Selection Rules2.6 The Quantum Mechanical Model of Molecular Structure2.7 Diatomic Molecules2.8 Polyatomic MoleculesSummaryExercises3 Theory of Solids3.1 Introduction3.2 Bonds in Molecules and Solids. Some Definitions3.3 Bonds in Molecules and Non-Metallic Solids3.4 Metallic Bonds3.5 Band Theory of Solids3.6 Elastic Vibrations in Solids3.7 Influence of Lattice Defects on Electronic Structures in CrystalsSummaryExercises4 Properties of Gases4.1 Introduction4.2 Kinetic Theory of Gases4.3 Energy Distribution in Particle Systems. Maxwell-Boltzmann´s Distribution Law4.4 Gas Laws4.5 Heat Capacity4.6 Mean Free Path4.7 Viscosity4.8 Thermal Conduction4.9 Diffusion4.10 Molecular Sizes4.11 Properties of Gas Mixtures4.12 Plasma - The Fourth State of MatterSummaryExercises5 Transformation Kinetics. Diffusion in Solids5.1 Introduction5.2 Thermodynamics5.3 Transformation Kinetics5.4 Reaction Rates5.5 Kinetics of Homogeneous Reactions in Gases5.6 Diffusion in SolidsSummaryExercises6 Mechanical, Thermal and Magnetic Properties of Solids6.1 Introduction6.2 Total Energy of Metallic Crystals6.3 Elasticity and Compressibility6.4 Expansion6.5 Heat Capacity6.6 MagnetismSummaryExercises7 Transport Properties of Solids. Optical Properties of Solids7.1 Introduction7.2 Thermal Conduction7.3 Electrical Conduction7.4 Metallic Conductors7.5 Insulators7.6 Semiconductors7.7 Optical PropertiesSummaryExercises8 Properties of Liquids and Melts8.1 Introduction8.2 X-ray Spectra of Liquids and Melts8.3 Models of Pure Liquids and Melts8.4 Melting Points of Solid Metals8.5 Density and Volume8.6 Thermal Expansion8.7 Heat Capacity8.8 Transport Properties of Liquids8.9 Diffusion8.10 Viscosity8.11 Thermal Conduction8.12 Electrical ConductionSummaryExercisesAnswers to ExercisesFurther ReadingIndex
Rezensionen
"[The book contains] a great deal of useful information." ( The Higher Education Academy Physical Sciences Centre , December 2008)