ENGR 3450 Spring, 2011 Course Syllabus
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
HOMEWORK #3, Spring 2011
Miller Indices
Out of 10 points (+0 possible), Due February 8th, 2011
PROBLEM #1 (6 points):
Miller Indices Planes and Directions, Callister an
ENGR 3450 Spring, 2011 Course Syllabus
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
HOMEWORK #1, Spring 2011
Electronic & Atomic Structure; Bonding
Out of 10 points (+3 possible), Due January 25th, 2011
PROBLEM #1 (4 points):
Basic Principles and the P
ENGR 3450 Spring, 2011 Course Syllabus Department of Materials Science and Engineering
HOMEWORK #3, Spring 2011
Miller lndices
Out of 10 points (+0 possible), Due February 8, 2011
PROBLEM #1 6 oints :
Miller Indices Planes and Directions, Callister and Re
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ENGR 3450 Spring, 2011 Course Syllabus
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
HOMEWORK #4, Spring 2011
Miller Indices
Out of 10 points (+6 possible), Due February 24th, 2011
PROBLEM #1 (2 points):
Vacancies, Callister and Rethwisch, Chapter 5
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ENGR 3450 Spring, 2011 Course Syllabus
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
HOMEWORK #2, Spring 2011
Structure of Materials: Metals, Ceramics, Others
Out of 10 points (+3 possible), Due February 1st, 2011
PROBLEM #1 (3 points):
Density Computat
ENGR 3450 Spring, 2011 Course Syllabus
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
HOMEWORK #2 - Solutions, Spring 2011
Structure of Materials: Metals, Ceramics, Others
Out of 10 points (+3 possible), Due February 1st, 2011
PROBLEM #1 (3 points):
Dens
ENGR 3450 Spring, 2011 Course Syllabus
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
HOMEWORK #1, Spring 2011
Electronic & Atomic Structure; Bonding
Out of 10 points (+3 possible), Due January 25th, 2011
PROBLEM #1 (4 points):
Basic Principles and the P
Exam #1 Study Guide, Spring 2011
Chapters 1-5
Chapter 2:
Electronic Structure
In this chapter on electronic structure and atomic structure, we discussed the structure of the
atom with particular emphasis on the electronic structure (e.g., aspects of the e
Structure of Materials: Metals, Ceramics, and Others
(Chapter 3)
Why study the arrangement of atoms? While bonding plays an important
role in various properties (melting point, elastic modulus (E), coefficient of
thermal expansion (a), so to does the arra
CHAPTER 2:
Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding
Why Study Atomic Structure? The structure of the atom greatly impacts the
type and strength of the bonds that can form. It is useful to review the basics
of the atomic structure, particularly the outermo
Homework 2
1. r=(squrt(3).3294/4)=.1426nm = 1.43 X 10^-8 cm
2. Vbcc=(.332)^3= .0366nm^3
Vhcp=(.2978)^2(.4735)(cos30) = .0364. nm^3
V= [(.0364-.0366)/.0366]*100= -.6% Contraction
3. a.) 4 of each ion, b.) 4.260 Angstrom, C.) BCC= .68
4. PF for BCC = 0.68
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