Introduction to materials chemistry / Harry R. Allcock.  (Text) (Text)

Allcock, H. R, 1932-
Call no.: TP155 .A45 2020Publication: Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2020Edition: 2nd edDescription: xxi, 487 p. : ill. (some col.)ISBN: 9781119341192; 1119341191Subject(s): Chemical engineeringMaterialsLOC classification: TP155 | .A45 2020
Contents:Part I Background to Materials Chemistry -- 1. What Is Materials Chemistry? -- 2. Fundamental Principles that Underlie Materials Chemistry -- 3. Background to Basic Synthesis and Reaction Chemistry -- 4. Chemistry of Representative Elements Utilized in Materials Science -- 5. Structure Determination and Special Techniques for Materials Characterization -- Part II Different Types of Materials -- 6. Small Molecules in Solids -- 7. Porous Solids -- 8. Ceramics and Inorganic Glasses -- 9. Polymers: Fundamental Aspects -- 10. Polymer Morphology and Fabrication -- 11. Carbon-Based Materials -- 12. Metals and Alloys -- 13. Superconductors -- Part III Materials in Advanced Technology -- 14. Semiconductor Basics -- 15. Photolithography and Microlithography -- 16. Semiconductor Devices -- 17. Optical and Photonic Devices -- 18. Materials and Devices for Energy Generation and Storage -- 19. Membranes -- 20. Surface Science of Materials -- 21. Biomedical Materials -- 22. Miniaturization in Materials Science.
Summary: Offers a clear description of basic chemical principles and shows how to distinguish among the various major materials groups Includes a wealth of new topics and illustrative examples to aid in understanding of the information presented - Contains principles of materials synthesis and materials characterization methods Presents a descriptive, non-mathematical treatment of the fundamentals and applications in the field.Materials science as an interdisciplinary field between chemistry, physics and engineering has seen a dramatic expansion over the last decades, both in research efforts as well as in technology output. Specifically, materials chemistry, i.e., the part of materials science that deals with the atomic and molecular aspects of materials science, has become an integral part of materials science and chemistry curricula at essentially every university.
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Applied Chemistry for Materials

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Part I Background to Materials Chemistry -- 1. What Is Materials Chemistry? -- 2. Fundamental Principles that Underlie Materials Chemistry -- 3. Background to Basic Synthesis and Reaction Chemistry -- 4. Chemistry of Representative Elements Utilized in Materials Science -- 5. Structure Determination and Special Techniques for Materials Characterization -- Part II Different Types of Materials -- 6. Small Molecules in Solids -- 7. Porous Solids -- 8. Ceramics and Inorganic Glasses -- 9. Polymers: Fundamental Aspects -- 10. Polymer Morphology and Fabrication -- 11. Carbon-Based Materials -- 12. Metals and Alloys -- 13. Superconductors -- Part III Materials in Advanced Technology -- 14. Semiconductor Basics -- 15. Photolithography and Microlithography -- 16. Semiconductor Devices -- 17. Optical and Photonic Devices -- 18. Materials and Devices for Energy Generation and Storage -- 19. Membranes -- 20. Surface Science of Materials -- 21. Biomedical Materials -- 22. Miniaturization in Materials Science.

Offers a clear description of basic chemical principles and shows how to distinguish among the various major materials groups Includes a wealth of new topics and illustrative examples to aid in understanding of the information presented - Contains principles of materials synthesis and materials characterization methods Presents a descriptive, non-mathematical treatment of the fundamentals and applications in the field.Materials science as an interdisciplinary field between chemistry, physics and engineering has seen a dramatic expansion over the last decades, both in research efforts as well as in technology output. Specifically, materials chemistry, i.e., the part of materials science that deals with the atomic and molecular aspects of materials science, has become an integral part of materials science and chemistry curricula at essentially every university.

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