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Depiction of a unit cell for the inverse spinel crystal structure. Red spheres represent O2 oxygen ions;dark blue and light blue spheres denote Fe2 and Fe3 iron ions,respectively.

As discussed in Chapter 20,some of the magnetic ceramic materials have this inverse spinel crystal structure. The image on the right shows the ionic packing of a close-packed matsriais for the inverse spinel crystal structure.

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Materials engenharua and engineering: Dedicated to our wives, Nancy and Ellen, whose love, patience, and understanding have helped make this volume possible. In this Eighth Edition we have retained the objectives and approaches for teaching materials science and engineering that were presented in previous editions. In order to achieve this goal,we have endeavored to use terminology that is familiar to the student who is encountering the discipline of materials science and engineering for the first time,and also to define and explain all unfamiliar terms.

The second objectiveis to present the subject matter in a logical order,from the simple to the more complex. Each chapter builds on the content of previous ones. The third objective,or philosophy,that we strive to maintain throughout the text is that if a topic or concept is worth treating,then it is worth treating in sufficient detail and to the extent that students have the opportunity to fully understand it without having to consult other sources;also,in most cases,some practical relevance is provided.

Discussions are intended to be clear and concise and to begin at appropriate levels of understanding. The fourth objectiveis to include features in the book that will expedite the learning process. These learning aids include:. The fifth objectiveis to enhance the teaching and learning process by using the newer technologies that are available to most instructors and students of engineering today.


Several important changes have been made with this Eighth Edition. Sos revisions and additions include the following: One new feature that has been incorporated throughout this new edition is a tracking of relationships among the engenjaria performance components for four different materials: This concept is outlined in Chapter 1 Section 1.


Five chapters of the previous edition were in electronic format only i. In this edition,all chapters are in print. This library includes the following:.

Virtual Materials Science and Engineering. This is an expanded version of the software program that accompanied the previous edition. Students can access VMSE via the registration code included on the inside front cover of the textbook. These modules and their corresponding icons are as follows:. Answers to Concept Check questions. Students can visit the web site to find the correct answers to the Concept Check questions. Extended Learning Objectives—a more extensive list of learning objectives than is provided at the beginning of each chapter.

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Please visit the web site to register for access. Resources that are available include the following: Photographs,illustrations,and tables that appear in the book. These slides,developed by Peter. Anderson The Ohio State University ,and adapted by the text authors,follow the flow of topics in the text,and include materials from the text and from other sources.

Instructors may use the slides as is or edit them to fit their teaching needs. A list of classroom demonstrations and laboratory experiments. Most problems have been refreshed i. Suggested course syllabi for the various engineering disciplines. In addition,all of the student learning resources described above are available on the Instructor Companion Site.

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