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rrimagnetic materials with
function of temperature. An alloy whose composition is
polymer-matrix composites C
FIGURE 2.7–2 A schematic illustration of three permanent dipole molecules: (a) H O, (b) H S, and (c) NH . The x’s
phosphorescencefrom the H atoms and the •’s represent those from eithermoreN. The and which the matrix material is a po
Luminescence that persists O, S, or
less than the
represent the valence electrons eutectoid composition.
rial to resist penetration. A
symbols represent the spatial centers of positive and negative charge for the molecule. Note that nonbonding electron
than 10 s after the stimulus ion species that differs from the polymorphic Allotropic; capab
impurity Any atom or is removed.
pairs are local regions of negative charge and the isolated nucleus of an H atom is a local region of positive charge.
large forces are required to
photoconductivity species. While in electrical to be defects,
host or solvent An increase considered
conductivity brought about desirable properties on the solid
impurities may confer by photostimulation.
powder metallurgy A process
A zone of material on the
photolithography A process that utilizes Contents
very small particles of metallic p
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light–sensitivediffusion toThe diffusion of an on an
solidating them in the form of ne
impurity polymers etch small devices impurity
ostructural changes occur
species at very low concentrations within the solvent or components.
property that represents the
incoherent interface An interface separating two
ed to raise the temperature
phases that do not have similar atomic arrangements
y one degree.
across the interface.
incongruent melting The equilibrium melting reaction
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