This textbook introduces the reader to the elementary chemistry on which materials science depends by discussing the different classes of materials and their applications. It shows the reader how different types of materials are produced, why they possess specific properties, and how they are used in technology. Each chapter contains study questions to enable discussions and consolidation of the acquired knowledge. The new edition of this textbook is completely revised and updated to reflect the significant expansion of the field of materials chemistry over the last years, covering now also topics such as graphene, nanotubes, light emitting diodes, extreme photolithography, biomedical materials, and metal organic frameworks. From the reviews of the first edition: "This book is not only informative and comprehensive for a novice reader, but also a valuable resource for a scientist and/or an industrialist for new and novel challenges." (Materials and Manufacturing Process, June 2009) "Allcock provides a clear path by first describing basic chemical principles, then distinguishing between the various major materials groups, and finally enriching the student by offering a variety of special examples." (CHOICE, April 2009) "Proceeding logically from the basics to materials in advanced technology, it covers the fundamentals of materials chemistry, including principles of materials synthesis and materials characterization methods." (Internationale Fachzeitschrift Metall, January 2009)
Second Edition of Introduction to Materials ChemistryHarry R. Allcock Part I Introduction to Materials Chemistry Chapter 1 What is Materials Chemistry? Chapter 2 Fundamental Principles that Underlie Materials Chemistry Chapter 3 General Background to Materials Synthesis and Isolation Chapter 4 Chemistry of Representative Elements Chapter 5 Characterization Part II Different Types of Materials Chapter 6 Small Molecules in Solids Chapter 7 Porous Solids Chapter 8 Ceramics and Inorganic Glasses Chapter 9 Polymers: Fundamental Aspects Chapter 10 Polymer Morphology and Fabrication Chapter 11 Carbon-Based Materials Chapter 12 Metals and Alloys Chapter 13 Superconductors Part III Materials in Advanced Technology Chapter 14 Semiconductor Basics Chapter 15 Photolithography Chapter 16 Semiconductor Devices Chapter 17 Optical and Photonic Devices Chapter 18 Materials for Energy Generation and Storage Chapter 19 Membranes Chapter 20 Surface Science Chapter 21 Biomedical Materials Chapter 22 Miniaturization in Materials Science Glossary Index
HARRY R. ALLCOCK, PHD, is an Evan Pugh Professor of Chemistry at The Pennsylvania State University. His research interests include applications of chemical synthesis to polymer chemistry, materials science, energy research, and biomedicine; and the correlation of molecular structure with properties for hybrid inorganic-organic macromolecules and materials.
THE REVISED AND UPDATED SECOND EDITION OF THE BESTSELLING TEXT ON MATERIALS CHEMISTRY The thoroughly revised second edition of Introduction to Materials Chemistry offers a review of the basic chemistry of materials science, contains a discussion of the different classes of materials, and includes information on their applications. The author—a noted expert in the field—shows how the various types of materials are produced, why they possess specific properties, and how they are used in technology. The second edition has been updated to include a review of the most recent advances and reflects the substantial expansion in the field of materials chemistry. New topics include information on: graphene, nanotubes, light emitting diodes, extreme photolithography, biomedical materials, and metal organic frameworks. At the end of each chapter, there are study questions designed to enable discussion and help to reinforce the acquired knowledge. This important resource: 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 the 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 Written for students, professors, chemists and chemical engineers, and other professionals in related subjects, the revised and updated second edition offers an important introductory text to the interdisciplinary field that encompasses chemistry, physics, biomedicine, and engineering.
NeuheitenMicroaggressions in Everyday Life 46,99 €
Biogeochemical Cycles 153,99 €
Univariate, Bivariate, and Multivar... 96,99 €
Design of Unmanned Aerial Systems 111,99 €
The Cardiovascular System at a Glance 29,99 €