Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering. An Integrated Approach. 5th Edition International Student Version

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  • 960 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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- Atomic Bonding In Solids  
- Crystal Structures  
- Crystallographic Points, Directions, And Planes  
- Crystalline And Noncrystalline Materials  
- Point Defects   
- Miscellaneous Imperfections   
- Microscopic Examination   
- Elastic Deformation   
- Mechanical Behavior—Metals   
- Mechanical Behavior—Ceramics   
- Mechanical Behavior—Polymers   
- Hardness And Other Mechanical Property Considerations   
- Property Variability And Design/Safety Factors   
- Deformation Mechanisms For Metals   
- Mechanisms Of Strengthening In Metals   
- Recovery, Recrystallization, And Grain Growth   
- Deformation Mechanisms For Ceramic Materials   
- Mechanisms Of Deformation And For Strengthening Of Polymers   
- Fracture   
- Fatigue   
- Creep   
- Definitions And Basic Concepts   
- Binary Phase Diagrams   
- The Iron–Carbon System   
- Phase Transformations In Metals   
- Microstructural And Property Changes In Iron–Carbon Alloys   
- Precipitation Hardening   
- Crystallization, Melting, And Glass Transition Phenomena In Polymers   
- Electrical Conduction   
- Semiconductivity   
- Electrical Conduction In Ionic Ceramics And In Polymers   
- Dielectric Behavior   
- Other Electrical Characteristics Of Materials   
- Types Of Metal Alloys   
- Types Of Ceramics   
- Types Of Polymers   
- Fabrication Of Metals   
- Fabrication Of Ceramic Materials   
- Particle-Reinforced Composites   
- Fiber-Reinforced Composites   
- Structural Composites   
- Corrosion Of Metals   
- Corrosion Of Ceramic Materials   
- Degradation Of Polymers   
- Basic Concepts   
- Optical Properties Of Metals   
- Optical Properties Of Nonmetals   
- Environmental And Societal Considerations

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William D. Callister Jr.
David G. Rethwisch
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