Advanced materials and processes

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Dragan P. Uskoković, Slobodan K. Milonjić, Dejan I. Raković
Trans Tech Publications Limited, 1998 - Science - 359 pages
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Modern Technology depends upon modern materials. Life as we know it would hardly be possible without the progress that has been made in cutting edge materials science. This is true of both the various theoretical aspects and of the practical engineering applications. The present book provides an update on the most recent findings in the currently most challenging materials groups. This will be found to be a very interesting collection both for the working researcher who wants to stay well-informed as to the full range of possibilities, and for the advanced student who wishes to enter this most fascinating scientific field. Part I: Nanophase and Amorphous Materials. Part II: Nonequilibrium Processing. Part III: Fullerenes and Nanotubes. Part IV: Thin Films. Part V: Ceramics. Part VI: Particulate Composites. Part VII: Carbon Materials and Polymer Composites. Part VIII: Polymers. Part IX: Physical Metallurgy.

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Contents

Nanophase and Amorphous Materials
1
Ceramics
8
Nanocomposite Materials Prepared by Using Quantum Dots as Building
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