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Callister's Materials Science and Engineering, Global Edition

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  • COVER
  • PREFACE
  • LIST OF SYMBOLS
  • CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
    • 1.1 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
    • 1.2 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
    • 1.3 WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING?
    • 1.4 CLASSIFICATION OF MATERIALS
    • 1.5 ADVANCED MATERIALS
    • 1.6 MODERN MATERIALS’ NEEDS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 2: ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND INTERATOMIC BONDING
    • 2.1 INTRODUCTION
    • ATOMIC STRUCTURE
    • 2.2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
    • 2.3 ELECTRONS IN ATOMS
    • 2.4 THE PERIODIC TABLE
    • ATOMIC BONDING IN SOLIDS
    • 2.5 BONDING FORCES AND ENERGIES
    • 2.6 PRIMARY INTERATOMIC BONDS
    • 2.7 SECONDARY BONDING OR VAN DER WAALS BONDING
    • 2.8 MIXED BONDING
    • 2.9 MOLECULES
    • 2.10 BONDING TYPE-MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION CORRELATIONS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 3: THE STRUCTURE OF CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS
    • 3.1 INTRODUCTION
    • CRYSTAL STRUCTURES
    • 3.2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
    • 3.3 UNIT CELLS
    • 3.4 METALLIC CRYSTAL STRUCTURES
    • 3.5 DENSITY COMPUTATIONS
    • 3.6 POLYMORPHISM AND ALLOTROPY
    • 3.7 CRYSTAL SYSTEMS
    • CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC POINTS, DIRECTIONS, AND PLANES
    • 3.8 CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC POINTS
    • 3.9 CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC DIRECTIONS
    • 3.10 CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PLANES
    • 3.11 LINEAR AND PLANAR DENSITIES
    • 3.12 CLOSE-PACKED CRYSTAL STRUCTURES
    • CRYSTALLINE AND NONCRYSTALLINE MATERIALS
    • 3.13 SINGLE CRYSTALS
    • 3.14 POLYCRYSTALLINE MATERIALS
    • 3.15 ANISOTROPY
    • 3.16 X-RAY DIFFRACTION: DETERMINATION OF CRYSTAL STRUCTURES
    • 3.17 NONCRYSTALLINE SOLIDS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 4: IMPERFECTIONS IN SOLIDS
    • 4.1 INTRODUCTION
    • POINT DEFECTS
    • 4.2 VACANCIES AND SELF-INTERSTITIALS
    • 4.3 IMPURITIES IN SOLIDS
    • 4.4 SPECIFICATION OF COMPOSITION
    • MISCELLANEOUS IMPERFECTIONS
    • 4.5 DISLOCATIONS—LINEAR DEFECTS
    • 4.6 INTERFACIAL DEFECTS
    • 4.7 BULK OR VOLUME DEFECTS
    • 4.8 ATOMIC VIBRATIONS
    • MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION
    • 4.9 BASIC CONCEPTS OF MICROSCOPY
    • 4.10 MICROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES
    • 4.11 GRAIN-SIZE DETERMINATION
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 5: DIFFUSION
    • 5.1 INTRODUCTION
    • 5.2 DIFFUSION MECHANISMS
    • 5.3 FICK’S FIRST LAW
    • 5.4 FICK’S SECOND LAW—NONSTEADY-STATE DIFFUSION
    • 5.5 FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE DIFFUSION
    • 5.6 DIFFUSION IN SEMICONDUCTING MATERIALS7
    • 5.7 OTHER DIFFUSION PATHS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 6: MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF METALS
    • 6.1 INTRODUCTION
    • 6.2 CONCEPTS OF STRESS AND STRAIN
    • ELASTIC DEFORMATION
    • 6.3 STRESS–STRAIN BEHAVIOR
    • 6.4 ANELASTICITY
    • 6.5 ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
    • PLASTIC DEFORMATION
    • 6.6 TENSILE PROPERTIES
    • 6.7 TRUE STRESS AND STRAIN
    • 6.8 ELASTIC RECOVERY AFTER PLASTIC DEFORMATION
    • 6.9 COMPRESSIVE, SHEAR, AND TORSIONAL DEFORMATIONS
    • 6.10 HARDNESS
    • PROPERTY VARIABILITY AND DESIGN/SAFETY FACTORS
    • 6.11 VARIABILITY OF MATERIAL PROPERTIES
    • 6.12 DESIGN/SAFETY FACTORS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 7: DISLOCATIONS AND STRENGTHENING MECHANISMS
    • 7.1 INTRODUCTION
    • 7.2 BASIC CONCEPTS
    • 7.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF DISLOCATIONS
    • 7.4 SLIP SYSTEMS
    • 7.5 SLIP IN SINGLE CRYSTALS
    • 7.6 PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF POLYCRYSTALLINE MATERIALS
    • 7.7 DEFORMATION BY TWINNING
    • MECHANISMS OF STRENGTHENING IN METALS
    • 7.8 STRENGTHENING BY GRAIN SIZE REDUCTION
    • 7.9 SOLID-SOLUTION STRENGTHENING
    • 7.10 STRAIN HARDENING
    • RECOVERY, RECRYSTALLIZATION, AND GRAIN GROWTH
    • 7.11 RECOVERY
    • 7.12 RECRYSTALLIZATION
    • 7.13 GRAIN GROWTH
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 8: FAILURE
    • 8.1 INTRODUCTION
    • FRACTURE
    • 8.2 FUNDAMENTALS OF FRACTURE
    • 8.3 DUCTILE FRACTURE
    • 8.4 BRITTLE FRACTURE
    • 8.5 PRINCIPLES OF FRACTURE MECHANICS1
    • 8.6 FRACTURE TOUGHNESS TESTING
    • FATIGUE
    • 8.7 CYCLIC STRESSES
    • 8.8 THE S–N CURVE
    • 8.9 CRACK INITIATION AND PROPAGATION10
    • 8.10 FACTORS THAT AFFECT FATIGUE LIFE12
    • 8.11 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
    • CREEP
    • 8.12 GENERALIZED CREEP BEHAVIOR
    • 8.13 STRESS AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
    • 8.14 DATA EXTRAPOLATION METHODS
    • 8.15 ALLOYS FOR HIGH-TEMPERATURE USE
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 9: PHASE DIAGRAMS
    • 9.1 INTRODUCTION
    • DEFINITIONS AND BASIC CONCEPTS
    • 9.2 SOLUBILITY LIMIT
    • 9.3 PHASES
    • 9.4 MICROSTRUCTURE
    • 9.5 PHASE EQUILIBRIA
    • 9.6 ONE-COMPONENT (OR UNARY) PHASE DIAGRAMS
    • BINARY PHASE DIAGRAMS
    • 9.7 BINARY ISOMORPHOUS SYSTEMS
    • 9.8 INTERPRETATION OF PHASE DIAGRAMS
    • 9.9 DEVELOPMENT OF MICROSTRUCTURE IN ISOMORPHOUS ALLOYS
    • 9.10 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ISOMORPHOUS ALLOYS
    • 9.11 BINARY EUTECTIC SYSTEMS
    • 9.12 DEVELOPMENT OF MICROSTRUCTURE IN EUTECTIC ALLOYS
    • 9.13 EQUILIBRIUM DIAGRAMS HAVING INTERMEDIATE PHASES OR COMPOUNDS
    • 9.14 EUTECTOID AND PERITECTIC REACTIONS
    • 9.15 CONGRUENT PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS
    • 9.16 CERAMIC AND TERNARY PHASE DIAGRAMS
    • 9.17 THE GIBBS PHASE RULE
    • THE IRON–CARBON SYSTEM
    • 9.18 THE IRON–IRON CARBIDE (FE–FE3C) PHASE DIAGRAM
    • 9.19 DEVELOPMENT OF MICROSTRUCTURE IN IRON–CARBON ALLOYS
    • 9.20 THE INFLUENCE OF OTHER ALLOYING ELEMENTS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 10: PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS: DEVELOPMENT OF MICROSTRUCTURE AND ALTERATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
    • 10.1 INTRODUCTION
    • PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS
    • 10.2 BASIC CONCEPTS
    • 10.3 THE KINETICS OF PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS
    • 10.4 METASTABLE VERSUS EQUILIBRIUM STATES
    • MICROSTRUCTURAL AND PROPERTY CHANGES IN IRON–CARBON ALLOYS
    • 10.5 ISOTHERMAL TRANSFORMATION DIAGRAMS
    • 10.6 CONTINUOUS-COOLING TRANSFORMATION DIAGRAMS
    • 10.7 MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF IRON–CARBON ALLOYS
    • 10.8 TEMPERED MARTENSITE
    • 10.9 REVIEW OF PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES FOR IRON–CARBON ALLOYS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 11: APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSING OF METAL ALLOYS
    • 11.1 INTRODUCTION
    • TYPES OF METAL ALLOYS
    • 11.2 FERROUS ALLOYS
    • 11.3 NONFERROUS ALLOYS
    • FABRICATION OF METALS
    • 11.4 FORMING OPERATIONS
    • 11.5 CASTING
    • 11.6 MISCELLANEOUS TECHNIQUES
    • 11.7 3D PRINTING (ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING)
    • THERMAL PROCESSING OF METALS
    • 11.8 ANNEALING PROCESSES
    • 11.9 HEAT TREATMENT OF STEELS
    • 11.10 PRECIPITATION HARDENING
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 12: STRUCTURES AND PROPERTIES OF CERAMICS
    • 12.1 INTRODUCTION
    • CERAMIC STRUCTURES
    • 12.2 CRYSTAL STRUCTURES
    • 12.3 SILICATE CERAMICS
    • 12.4 CARBON
    • 12.5 IMPERFECTIONS IN CERAMICS
    • 12.6 DIFFUSION IN IONIC MATERIALS
    • 12.7 CERAMIC PHASE DIAGRAMS
    • MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
    • 12.8 BRITTLE FRACTURE OF CERAMICS
    • 12.9 STRESS–STRAIN BEHAVIOR
    • 12.10 MECHANISMS OF PLASTIC DEFORMATION
    • 12.11 MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 13: APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSING OF CERAMICS
    • 13.1 INTRODUCTION
    • TYPES AND APPLICATIONS OF CERAMICS
    • 13.2 GLASSES
    • 13.3 GLASS-CERAMICS
    • 13.4 CLAY PRODUCTS
    • 13.5 REFRACTORIES
    • 13.6 ABRASIVES
    • 13.7 CEMENTS
    • 13.8 CERAMIC BIOMATERIALS
    • 13.9 CARBONS
    • 13.10 ADVANCED CERAMICS
    • FABRICATION AND PROCESSING OF CERAMICS
    • 13.11 FABRICATION AND PROCESSING OF GLASSES AND GLASS-CERAMICS
    • 13.12 FABRICATION AND PROCESSING OF CLAY PRODUCTS
    • 13.13 POWDER PRESSING
    • 13.14 TAPE CASTING
    • 13.15 3D PRINTING OF CERAMIC MATERIALS
    • SUMMARY
    • Important Terms and Concepts
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 14: POLYMER STRUCTURES
    • 14.1 INTRODUCTION
    • 14.2 HYDROCARBON MOLECULES
    • 14.3 POLYMER MOLECULES
    • 14.4 THE CHEMISTRY OF POLYMER MOLECULES
    • 14.5 MOLECULAR WEIGHT
    • 14.6 MOLECULAR SHAPE
    • 14.7 MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
    • 14.8 MOLECULAR CONFIGURATIONS
    • 14.9 THERMOPLASTIC AND THERMOSETTING POLYMERS
    • 14.10 COPOLYMERS
    • 14.11 POLYMER CRYSTALLINITY
    • 14.12 POLYMER CRYSTALS
    • 14.13 DEFECTS IN POLYMERS
    • 14.14 DIFFUSION IN POLYMERIC MATERIALS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 15: CHARACTERISTICS, APPLICATIONS, AND PROCESSING OF POLYMERS
    • 15.1 INTRODUCTION
    • MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF POLYMERS
    • 15.2 STRESS–STRAIN BEHAVIOR
    • 15.3 MACROSCOPIC DEFORMATION
    • 15.4 VISCOELASTIC DEFORMATION
    • 15.5 FRACTURE OF POLYMERS
    • 15.6 MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
    • MECHANISMS OF DEFORMATION AND FOR STRENGTHENING OF POLYMERS
    • 15.7 DEFORMATION OF SEMICRYSTALLINE POLYMERS
    • 15.8 FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SEMICRYSTALLINE POLYMERS
    • 15.9 DEFORMATION OF ELASTOMERS
    • CRYSTALLIZATION, MELTING, AND GLASS-TRANSITION PHENOMENA IN POLYMERS
    • 15.10 CRYSTALLIZATION
    • 15.11 MELTING
    • 15.12 THE GLASS TRANSITION
    • 15.13 MELTING AND GLASS TRANSITION TEMPERATURES
    • 15.14 FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE MELTING AND GLASS TRANSITION TEMPERATURES
    • POLYMER TYPES
    • 15.15 PLASTICS
    • 15.16 ELASTOMERS
    • 15.17 FIBERS
    • 15.18 MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS
    • 15.19 POLYMERIC BIOMATERIALS
    • 15.20 ADVANCED POLYMERIC MATERIALS
    • POLYMER SYNTHESIS AND PROCESSING
    • 15.21 POLYMERIZATION
    • 15.22 POLYMER ADDITIVES
    • 15.23 FORMING TECHNIQUES FOR PLASTICS
    • 15.24 FABRICATION OF ELASTOMERS
    • 15.25 FABRICATION OF FIBERS AND FILMS
    • 15.26 3D PRINTING OF POLYMERS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 16: COMPOSITES
    • 16.1 INTRODUCTION
    • PARTICLE-REINFORCED COMPOSITES
    • 16.2 LARGE-PARTICLE COMPOSITES
    • 16.3 DISPERSION-STRENGTHENED COMPOSITES
    • FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES
    • 16.4 INFLUENCE OF FIBER LENGTH
    • 16.5 INFLUENCE OF FIBER ORIENTATION AND CONCENTRATION
    • 16.6 THE FIBER PHASE
    • 16.7 THE MATRIX PHASE
    • 16.8 POLYMER–MATRIX COMPOSITES
    • 16.9 METAL-MATRIX COMPOSITES
    • 16.10 CERAMIC-MATRIX COMPOSITES
    • 16.11 CARBON–CARBON COMPOSITES
    • 16.12 HYBRID COMPOSITES
    • 16.13 PROCESSING OF FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES
    • STRUCTURAL COMPOSITES
    • 16.14 LAMINAR COMPOSITES
    • 16.15 SANDWICH PANELS
    • 16.16 NANOCOMPOSITES
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 17: CORROSION AND DEGRADATION OF MATERIALS
    • 17.1 INTRODUCTION
    • CORROSION OF METALS
    • 17.2 ELECTROCHEMICAL CONSIDERATIONS
    • 17.3 CORROSION RATES
    • 17.4 PREDICTION OF CORROSION RATES
    • 17.5 PASSIVITY
    • 17.6 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
    • 17.7 FORMS OF CORROSION
    • 17.8 CORROSION ENVIRONMENTS
    • 17.9 CORROSION PREVENTION
    • 17.10 OXIDATION
    • CORROSION OF CERAMIC MATERIALS
    • DEGRADATION OF POLYMERS
    • 17.11 SWELLING AND DISSOLUTION
    • 17.12 BOND RUPTURE
    • 17.13 WEATHERING
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 18: ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
    • 18.1 INTRODUCTION
    • ELECTRICAL CONDUCTION
    • 18.2 OHM’S LAW
    • 18.3 ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY
    • 18.4 ELECTRONIC AND IONIC CONDUCTION
    • 18.5 ENERGY BAND STRUCTURES IN SOLIDS
    • 18.6 CONDUCTION IN TERMS OF BAND AND ATOMIC BONDING MODELS
    • 18.7 ELECTRON MOBILITY
    • 18.8 ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF METALS
    • 18.9 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIAL ALLOYS
    • SEMICONDUCTIVITY
    • 18.10 INTRINSIC SEMICONDUCTION
    • 18.11 EXTRINSIC SEMICONDUCTION
    • 18.12 THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF CARRIER CONCENTRATION
    • 18.13 FACTORS THAT AFFECT CARRIER MOBILITY
    • 18.14 THE HALL EFFECT
    • 18.15 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
    • ELECTRICAL CONDUCTION IN IONIC CERAMICS AND IN POLYMERS
    • 18.16 CONDUCTION IN IONIC MATERIALS
    • 18.17 ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYMERS
    • DIELECTRIC BEHAVIOR
    • 18.18 CAPACITANCE
    • 18.19 FIELD VECTORS AND POLARIZATION
    • 18.20 TYPES OF POLARIZATION
    • 18.21 FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF THE DIELECTRIC CONSTANT
    • 18.22 DIELECTRIC STRENGTH
    • 18.23 DIELECTRIC MATERIALS
    • OTHER ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MATERIALS
    • 18.24 FERROELECTRICITY
    • 18.25 PIEZOELECTRICITY
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 19: THERMAL PROPERTIES
    • 19.1 INTRODUCTION
    • 19.2 HEAT CAPACITY
    • 19.3 THERMAL EXPANSION
    • 19.4 THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
    • 19.5 THERMAL STRESSES
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 20: MAGNETIC PROPERTIES
    • 20.1 INTRODUCTION
    • 20.2 BASIC CONCEPTS
    • 20.3 DIAMAGNETISM AND PARAMAGNETISM
    • 20.4 FERROMAGNETISM
    • 20.5 ANTIFERROMAGNETISM AND FERRIMAGNETISM
    • 20.6 THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON MAGNETIC BEHAVIOR
    • 20.7 DOMAINS AND HYSTERESIS
    • 20.8 MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY
    • 20.9 SOFT MAGNETIC MATERIALS
    • 20.10 HARD MAGNETIC MATERIALS
    • 20.11 MAGNETIC STORAGE
    • 20.12 SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTES
  • CHAPTER 21: OPTICAL PROPERTIES
    • 21.1 INTRODUCTION
    • BASIC CONCEPTS
    • 21.2 ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
    • 21.3 LIGHT INTERACTIONS WITH SOLIDS
    • 21.4 ATOMIC AND ELECTRONIC INTERACTIONS
    • OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF METALS
    • OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF NONMETALS
    • 21.5 REFRACTION
    • 21.6 REFLECTION
    • 21.7 ABSORPTION
    • 21.8 TRANSMISSION
    • 21.9 COLOR
    • 21.10 OPACITY AND TRANSLUCENCY IN INSULATORS
    • APPLICATIONS OF OPTICAL PHENOMENA
    • 21.11 LUMINESCENCE
    • 21.12 PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY
    • 21.13 LASERS
    • 21.14 OPTICAL FIBERS IN COMMUNICATIONS
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
    • NOTE
  • CHAPTER 22: ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL ISSUES IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
    • 22.1 INTRODUCTION
    • 22.2 ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL CONSIDERATIONS
    • 22.3 RECYCLING ISSUES IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
    • SUMMARY
    • REFERENCES
    • NOTES
  • APPENDIX A THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF UNITS (SI)
  • APPENDIX B PROPERTIES OF SELECTED ENGINEERING MATERIALS
  • APPENDIX C COSTS AND RELATIVE COSTS FOR SELECTED ENGINEERING MATERIALS
  • APPENDIX D REPEAT UNIT STRUCTURES FOR COMMON POLYMERS
  • APPENDIX E GLASS TRANSITION AND MELTING TEMPERATURES FOR COMMON POLYMERIC MATERIALS
  • GLOSSARY
  • ANSWERS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
  • INDEX
  • END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT

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