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MSE 2090: Introduction to Materials Science Chapter 1, Introduction 6 ¾ From atoms to microstructure: Interatomic bonding, structure of crystals, crystal defects, non-crystalline materials. ¾ Mass transfer and atomic mixing: Diffusion, kinetics of phase transformations. ¾ Mechanical properties, elastic and plastic deformation, dislocations and strengthening mechanisms, materials failure. ¾ Phase diagrams: Maps of equilibrium phases. ¾ Polymer structures, properties and applications of polymers. ¾ Electrical, thermal, magnetic, and optical properties of materials. Syllabus:
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Chapter 1, Introduction 7 Historical Perspective Stone Bronze Iron Advanced materials What is Materials Science and Engineering ? Processing Structure Properties Performance Classification of Materials Metals, Ceramics, Polymers, Semiconductors Advanced Materials Electronic materials, superconductors, etc. Modern Material's Needs, Material of Future
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