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206+Course+Outline+2008 - Materials Science and Engineering...

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Materials Science and Engineering 206(196) Prof. W.D. Nix Imperfections in Crystalline Solids Spring Quarter, 2008 1 Course Outline I. Introduction and Classification of Defects According to Dimensionality II. Stress, Strain and Isotropic Elasticity (will not be covered in lecture) This will be covered this material, as needed, in the discussion sessions) A. Stress and Strain at a Point B Transformation to Different Coordinate Systems C. Isotropic Elasticity D. Strain Energy III. Atomic Point Defects A. Impurity Atoms in Crystals 1. Substitutional Defects 2. Interstitial Defects 3. Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Defects 4. Continuum Model of Point Defect Displacements 5. Atomic Size Factors 6. King Tables B. Elastic Continuum Model of Point Defects 1. Misfitting Sphere Problem 2. Applications of the Model C. Thermodynamics of Solute Atoms in Crystals 1. Enthalpy and Entropy Effects 2. Equilibrium Concentrations D. Vacancy Thermodynamics in Crystals 1. Enthalpy and Entropy Effects 2. Equilibrium Concentrations 3. Stress Effects on Equilibrium Defect Concentrations
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course MS&E 206 taught by Professor Nix during the Spring '08 term at Stanford.

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