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Mittemeijer E.J. Fundamentals of Materials Science

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Mittemeijer E.J. Fundamentals of Materials Science
Berlin: Springer, 2010. - 617 p.
This book is devoted to materials science and much less to materials engineering. The reason for this restriction is twofold: firstly, a theoretical background is a prerequisite for any engineer to be successful, and thus any study in this field must start with providing a scientific basis, and, secondly, including a coverage of the synthesis and treatment of materials in practical applications would have made this book either too bulky or, to keep the amount of information offered manageable, too superficial. The implication from the above is that it is intended to present a treatise on the basics of materials science that has a fundamental character. This may seem an impossible undertaking, as at the same time the book is meant to be used also in the beginning of a materials science and engineering study. For a start it implies that one largely has to abandon usage of mathematical techniques the reader is not familiar with yet. It is my conviction that this does not impede transmitting physical and chemical understanding. Also therefore the material contained in the book is much more comprehensive than what can normally be offered in an introductory course on materials science. Or, phrased in another way, the book should provide useful preparation for reading and studying advanced textbooks on topics as "chemical bonding", "diffusion" and "lattice defects" dealt with here in, only, chapters. It is claimed here to offer "fundamentals of materials science", and thus this is a book about materials phenomena rather than materials. It has to be admitted that in the text some apparent emphasis has been laid on metals as class of materials. Hence, in a book dedicated to materials science and less to engineering, as indicated above, it is justified and understandable that of the existing material classes the class of metals is emphasized, just as a simple consequence of most fundamental research on material behaviour having been done and still being done on metallic materials.
Introduction.
Electronic Structure of the Atom; the Periodic Table.
Chemical Bonding in Solids; with Excursions to Material Properties.
Crystallography.
The Crystal Imperfection; Lattice Defects.
Analysis of the Microstructure.
Phase Equilibria.
Diffusion.
Phase Transformations.
Recovery, Recrystallization and Grain Growth.
Mechanical Strength of Materials.
Index.
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