Where are we at:
Reading:
Chapter 3
Homework:
Homework 2: Due this Thursday
Today:
Start Chapter 3, Part I
MSE 280: Engineering Materials
Matthew P. Sherburne
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Concept Check
What is the appropriate valence electron
configuration for oxygen (O) (z = 8)?
a
Class Schedule - Spring 2013
Physics
PHYS 225 Relativity & Math Applications credit: 2 hours.
Theory of Special Relativity, with applications to kinematics and dynamics. Key mathematical methods as they apply to aspects of
electromagnetic theory and class
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Department of Mathematics
Course:
MATH 285 Intro to Differential Equations
Credit and contact hours:
3 credit hours, 3 lecture hours/week
Instructor(s): Aldo Manfroi (course steward)
Textbook(s) and/or other required material:
Edwards and Penney, Differen
Applications of Gauss Law
to Charged Insulators
AP Physics C
Montwood High School
R. Casao
Gauss law is useful when there is a high
degree of symmetry in the charge
distribution.
The surface should always be chosen so
that it has the same symmetry as th
Chapter 3 (part 2): Structures of
Metals and Ceramics (Cont.)
Ionic Crystals, Silica, Silicates,
Carbon
MSE 280: Engineering Materials
Matthew P. Sherburne
(mpsherb@illinois.edu)
MSE 280: Engineering Materials
Matthew P. Sherburne
1
Spot Check
There are 7
MSE 280: Engineering Materials
Matthew P. Sherburne
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Office Hours: Wednesday 2:30-3:30PM
MSE 280: Engineering Materials
Matthew P. Sherburne
Fall 2013
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Introduction to MSE 280
Text
Spot Check
Which of the following are allotropes of carbon?
a)
Diamond
b)
Graphite
Allotropes: different structures
for one substance (usually in
c)
Buckminsterfullerene
elemental solids)
d)
Carbon nanotubes
e)
All of the above.
A carbon nanotube is nothi
Chapter 2: Atomic Structure and
Interatomic Bonding
MSE 280: Engineering Materials
Matthew Sherburne
(mpsherb@illinois.edu)
MSE 280: Engineering Materials
Matthew Sherburne
1
Overview of Lecture
How are macroscopic properties of materials related
to atomi
Physics 427
Fall 2013
Homework # 3
September 9, 2013; due September 18, 2013
(so the material can be covered in class)
1. One method of cooling a material to a very low temperature is called adiabatic
demagnetization. The invention of this process won the