Introducción a la Ciencia e Ingeniería de los Materiales 8va Edicion William . Science and Engineering An Introduction William D. Callister, Jr. Department of. Introducción a la ciencia e ingeniería de los materiales. Front Cover. William D. Callister. Reverté, – Materials – pages. Title, Introducción a la ciencia e ingeniería de los materiales, Volume 1. Author, William D. Callister. Translated by, Molera Solá, Pere, Marc J. Anglada Gomila.

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Facultade de Ciencias [L] Convocatoria: Existen programas da materia para os seguintes idiomas: Thus, other aspects related to the Agricultural Chemistry orientation Degree in Chemistry can be better understood. Crystalline structures and geometries.

Spatial lattices and unity-cells. Mateirales systems and Bravais lattices. Main crystalline structures of metallic solids.

Atomic positions, crystallographic directions and planes. Main crystalline structures of ionic solids.

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Specific faults, lineal faults, surface faults and volume faults. Diffusion of solids into solids. Systems of binary isomorph alloys. Systems ingenifria simple binary eutectic alloys, binary eutectics with formation of stable compounds, binary peritectics, binary monotectics and binary peritectoids. Synthesis of inorganic materials. Mechanic properties of materials. Tests of traction, compression, shears and torsion. Elastic strain and plastic strain.


Mechanic properties of the elastic and plastic strains.

Electric properties of materials. Conductor, semiconductor and insulator materials. Charge and conduction carriers. Energy bands and electronic conduction model. Magnetic properties of materials. Dipoles and magnetic moments.

Magnetic field, permeability and magnetization. Interaction between magnetic dipoles and magnetic field. Structure of domains and hysteresis cycle.

Soft and hard magnetic callsiter.

Electric and magnetic properties of superconductors. Optical properties of materials.

Interaction of light with solids and atoms. Ceramic and glass materials. Processing and conforming of ceramic materials. Refractory and abrasive ceramic materials. Applications of ceramic materials. Mechanic properties of compound materials. Classification of synthetic biomaterials.

General properties of synthetic biomaterials. Most used synthetic biomaterials and their applications.

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New generation of biomaterials. Redox reactions inroduccion solution. McGraw-Hill Nueva York, Competence To know the importance of the existence of faults in crystalline solids. To know the procedures for preparing inorganic materials with certain forms. To analyze the modifiable parameters in the design of inorganic materials with specific properties and applications. Teaching methodology There will be 4 hours a week.


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Three quarters of them will be for theory 45 hours during the whole academic year. The remaining hours 15 in the whole academic year will be devoted in alternate weeks and depending on the duration of each unit to seminar sessions in which the students can solve doubts about materiaes problems and questions previously proposed by the teacher. Assessment system It will consist of a written exam jngenieria up of short questions, multiple-choice questions, numeric problems and thematic questions.

Study time and individual work Contact hours: Recommendations for the study of the subject It is introduccikn for students to have previous knowledge of General Chemistry formulation, atomic structure, chemical bond, oxidation-reduction ; it is also recommended to carry out the exercises from the bulletins provided for each unit.

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