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  • Ch. 1. Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
  • Ch. 2. Atomic Structure and Bonding
  • Ch. 3. Crystal and Amorphous Structure in Materials
  • Ch. 4. Solidification and Crystalline Imperfections
  • Ch. 5. Thermally Activated Processes and Diffusion in Solids
  • Ch. 6. Mechanical Properties of Metals I
  • Ch. 7. Mechanical Properties of Metals II
  • Ch. 8. Phase Diagrams
  • Ch. 9. Engineering Alloys
  • Ch. 10. Polymeric Materials
  • Ch. 11. Ceramics
  • Ch. 12. Composite Materials
  • Ch. 13. Corrosion
  • Ch. 14. Electrical Properties of Materials
  • Ch. 15. Optical Properties and Superconductive Material
  • Ch. 16. Magnetic Properties
  • Ch. 17. Biological Materials and Biomaterials
  • Appendix I. Important Properties of Selected Engineering Materials
  • Appendix II. Some Properties of Selected Elements
  • Appendix III. Ionic Radii of the Elements
  • Appendix IV. Selected Physical Quantities and Their Units
  • References for Further Study by Chapter.
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