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1 D. J. Tritton Physical Fluids Dynamics,204,203,200_.jpgReview;
2 Stephen Childress An introduction to theoretical fluid dynamics,204,203,200_.jpgReview;
3 William D. Callister, Jr., William D. Callister Fundamentals of materials science and engineering Review; Extensive, introductory-level, coverage of mechanical properties and failure which is the most important materials considerations for many engineers. * This book judiciously and extensively makes use of illustrations and photographs. The approximate 500 figures include a large number of photographs that shoe the microstructure of various materials. * Current and up-to-date with the latest developments in materials science and engineering.
4 M.D. Porter, B. Narasimhan, S. Mallapragada Combinatorial materials science Review; Combinatorial Materials Science describes new developments and research results in catalysts, biomaterials, and nanomaterials, together with informatics approaches to the analysis of Combinatorial Science (CombiSci) data. CombiSci has been used extensively in the pharmaceutical industry, but there is enormous potential in its application to materials design and characterization. Addressing advances and applications in both fields, Combinatorial Materials Science: * Integrates the scientific fundamentals and interdisciplinary underpinnings required to develop and apply CombiSci concepts * Discusses the development and use of CombiSci for the systematic and accelerated investigation of new phenomena and of the complex structure-function
5 Doe Fundamentals Handbook material science,204,203,200_.jpgReview; 
6 Angus Rocket The Materials Science of Semicondoctors,204,203,200_.jpgReview; The book reviews the most relevant concepts of semiconductor materials and processing including condensed matter physics, electronic device theory, and materials science. It describes the development of energy bands from atomic orbitals and the effect of atomic chemistry on the semiconductor. Semiconductor alloys are described including issues of miscibility, ordering, and electronic properties. Defects in semiconductors are described with particular emphasis on point and line defects, their sources and effects. A chapter on amorphous semiconductors is included as well as a chapter on organic materials used in optical and switching devices. The book concludes with chapters on general aspects of thin film nucleation and growth, physical vapor
7 William F. Hosford Materials Science:An intermediate text; This exciting new textbook on the structure, property and applications of materials, is written for advanced undergraduate courses on the principles of Materials Science. It covers the main topics commonly encountered by students in materials science and engineering but explores them in greater depth than standard introductory textbooks, making it ideal for use on a second-level course and upwards. Major topics covered include crystallography, symmetry and bonding-related properties, phase diagrams and transformations, ordering, diffusion, solidification, and dedicated chapters on amorphous, liquid crystal, magnetic and novel materials, including shape memory. Each chapter contains numerous illustrative examples, problem sets, references and
8 Eugene A. Irene Electronic Materials Science Review; A thorough introduction to fundamental principles and applicationsFrom its beginnings in metallurgy and ceramics, materials science now encompasses such high- tech fields as microelectronics, polymers, biomaterials, and nanotechnology. Electronic Materials Science presents the fundamentals of the subject in a detailed fashion for a multidisciplinary audience. Offering a higher-level treatment than an undergraduate textbook provides, this text benefits students and practitioners not only in electronics and optical materials science, but also in additional cutting-edge fields like polymers and biomaterials.Readers with a basic understanding of physical chemistry or physics will appreciate the text’s sophisticated presentation of today’s materials
9 D. D. L. Chung Applied Materials Science; Materials are the foundation of technology. As such, most universities provide engineering undergraduates with the fundamental concepts of materials science, including crystal structures, imperfections, phase diagrams, materials processing, and materials properties. Few, however, offer the practical, applications-oriented background that their students need to succeed in industry.Applied Materials Science: Applications of Engineering Materials in Structural, Electronics, Thermal, and Other Industries fills that gap. From a cross-disciplinary perspective that reflects both the multifunctionality of many materials and the wide scope industrial needs, the author examines the practical applications of metal, ceramic, polymer, cement, carbon, and
10 MIT Materials Science and Engineering ; Mechanics of Materials
 Review; Overview of mechanical properties of ceramics, metals, and polymers, emphasizing the role of processing and microstructure in controlling these properties. Basic topics in mechanics of materials including: continuum stress and strain, truss forces, torsion of a circular shaft and beam bending. Design of engineering structures from a materials point of view.
11 D. K. Basu Dictionary of Material Science and high energy Physics
 Review; Over 4,000 terms with clear, working definitions, alternative meanings, and related references comprise this uniquely focused lexicon. Published in a convenient, paperback format, it covers chemical, energy, nuclear, plasma, condensed matter, and solid-state physics, fluid dynamics, quantum mechanics, quantum optics, thermodynamics, and materials science.
12 Milton Ohring Materials Science of Thin Films,204,203,200_.jpgReview; This is the first book that can be considered a textbook on thin film science, complete with exercises at the end of each chapter. Ohring has contributed many highly regarded reference books to the AP list, including Reliability and Failure of Electronic Materials and the Engineering Science of Thin Films. The knowledge base is intended for science and engineering students in advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate level courses on thin films and scientists and engineers who are entering or require an overview of the field.Since 1992, when the book was first published, the field of thin films has expanded tremendously, especially with regard to technological applications. The second edition will bring the book up-to-date with regard




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