Characterization Of Materials

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Publisher PHI Learning All Industrial Engineering books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120348561
Author: P. K. Mitra
Number of Pages 160
Available in all digital devices
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About The Book Characterization Of Materials

Book Summary:

This textbook is primarily intended for undergraduate students of metallurgical and materials science engineering, and postgraduate students of material science. It is the outcome of authors thirty-five years teaching experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

In this book, whether it is crystal structure or the instruments, attempt has been made to build up from basics. Sufficient emphasis is given on the applications of each characterization technique. This book can be divided into two parts. The first part deals with understanding of structure and depiction of crystallographic planes and directions quantitatively, which is absolutely necessary for understanding of application of X-rays or electron microscopes. The second part deals with basic principles and applications of X-ray and electron diffraction, small angle and grazing incidence X-ray scattering and spectroscopic analysis methods. The chapter on electron microscopes includes almost whole range of instruments like TEM, SEM, FESEM, microprobe analyzer and AFM, used for characterizing micro and nanomaterials. The spectroscopic methods discussed are UV-VIS, IR & FTIR, Raman and Auger electron spectroscopes.

Table of Contents:


1. Crystal Structure

2. Stereographic Projection

3. Reciprocal Lattice

4. Principle Of X-Ray Diffraction

5. Application Of X-Rays In Structure

6. Principles Of Saxs And Gixs

7. Electron Microscopy

8. Spectroscopy