Chapter1 - Lecture 1 Chapter 1 - Materials Science and...

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Lecture 1 • Chapter 1 - Materials Science and Engineering • Types of materials • Structure-Property-Process relationships
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Major classes of materials • Metals • Ceramics •P o l y m e r s • Composites • Semiconductors
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Metals •I ron • Copper •A lum inum •S i l ve r •Go ld • Atoms are located in
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Ceramics •Sand • Dinnerware • Sanitary ware • Window Glass • Titanium Nitride • Combination of metallic and non-metallic atoms • Many but not all ceramics are crystalline • Bonding does not permit “free electrons” • Very strong, moderate density • High temperature stability, chemically resistant • Ceramics bend little before they break - brittle
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Polymers •N y
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