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ENG-45L – Lab Syllabus Properties of Materials Laboratory Spring Quarter, 2009 Syllabus ( Part 1 of 2) An electronic version of this document plus part 2 of the syllabus for this class is available online at: www.matsci.ucdavis.edu/MatSciLT/ENG-45L/ENG-45L.htm#Introduction Part 2 contains important information pertaining to adding and dropping laboratory sections, making up missed laboratory sessions, grading, laboratory safety, and our policies regarding less than original work being submitted for a grade. LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS The experiments to be done in this course, in the order they will be done, are: 1. Bonding: Spreadsheet model of Ionic Bonding. 2. Mechanical Properties: basic mechanical properties as revealed by the standard tensile and hardness test. 3. Equilibrium Phase Diagrams, the Bi-Sn System: melt samples of bismuth and tin and record the transition temperatures as they cool. Use these temperatures to construct an equilibrium phase diagram.
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