# Introduction to the Physics and Chemistry of Materials ePub download

## by Robert J. Naumann

**Author:**Robert J. Naumann**ISBN:**142006133X**ISBN13:**978-1420061338**ePub:**1876 kb |**FB2:**1123 kb**Language:**English**Category:**Engineering**Publisher:**CRC Press; 1 edition (December 22, 2008)**Pages:**533**Rating:**4.3/5**Votes:**224**Format:**lrf azw mbr txt

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Building on undergraduate students’ backgrounds in mathematics, science, and engineering, Introduction to the Physics and Chemistry of Materials provides the foundation needed for more advanced work in materials science. Ideal for a two-semester course, the text focuses on chemical bonding, crystal structure, mechanical properties, phase transformations, and materials processing for the first semester. The material for the second semester covers thermal, electronic, photonic, optical, and magnetic properties of materials.

Requiring no prior experience in modern physics and quantum mechanics, the book introduces quantum concepts and wave mechanics through a simple derivation of the Schrödinger equation, the electron-in-a-box problem, and the wave functions of the hydrogen atom. The author also presents a historical perspective on the development of the materials science field. He discusses the Bose–Einstein, Maxwell–Boltzmann, Planck, and Fermi–Dirac distribution functions, before moving on to the various properties and applications of materials.

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