Principles of Materials Science and Engineering
This new edition provides a broad overview of the structure, properties, and processing of engineering materials. Most importantly, up-to-date coverage dealing with materials used in today's engineering environment is included. The general organization of the text logically fits materials sciencescourses and is especially helpful as an early introduction to electrical properties. This edition boasts many new illustrations which will help students visualise and reinforce the concepts presented.
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INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND BONDING
CRYSTAL STRUCTURES AND CRYSTAL GEOMETRY
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