Engineering Materials Science – Milton Ohring – 1st Edition

Description

Milton Ohring’s Materials integrates the scientific nature and modern applications of all classes of engineering materials. This comprehensive, introductory will provide undergraduate engineering with the fundamental background needed to understand the of -property relationships, as well as address the engineering concerns of materials selection in design, processing materials into useful products, andhow material degrade and fail in service. Specific topics include: physical and electronic structure; and kinetics; processing; mechanical, electrical, magnetic, and optical properties; degradation; and failure and reliability. The book offers superior coverage of electrical, optical, and magnetic materials than competing text.

The author has taught introductory courses in material and both in academia and industry (AT&T Bell Laboratories) and has also written the well-received book, “The Material Science of Thin Films” (Academic Press).

Key Features

* Provides a modern treatment of materials exposing the interrelated themes of structure, properties, processing, and performance
* Includes an interactive, computationally oriented, computer disk containing nine modules dealing with structure, phase diagrams, diffusion, and mechanical and electronic properties
* Fundamentals are stressed
* Of particular interest to students, researchers, and professionals in the field of electronic

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  • Preface
    Acknowledgments
    A Historical Perspective
    Chapter 1 A Review of Materials Science
    Chapter 2 Vacuum Science and Technology
    Chapter 3 Thin-Film Evaporation Processes
    Chapter 4 Discharges, Plasmas, and Ion-Surface Interactions
    Chapter 5 Plasma and Ion Beam Processing of Thin Films
    Chapter 6 Chemical Vapor Deposition
    Chapter 7 Substrate Surfaces and Thin-Film Nucleation
    Chapter 8 Epitaxy
    Chapter 9 Film Structure
    Chapter 10 Characterization of Thin Films and Surfaces
    Chapter 11 Interdiffusion, Reactions, and Transformations in Thin Films
    Chapter 12 Mechanical Properties of Thin Films
    Exercises
    References
    Index
  • Citation

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