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Fundamentals

Physical Properties of Materials Second Edition Mary Anne White Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

“This book stands out as a unique resource for students and established scientists working at the modern materials/chemistry/technology interface. It conveys a tremendous amount of information and distills the physics and chemistry down to an intuitive level … This new edition includes many new state-ofthe-art topics that have emerged as major fields over the last decade including carbon nanotubes, quantum dots, and spintronics. … I defy the reader to not find many gems of insightful knowledge to enhance their understanding of the physical materials world.” —Timothy M. Swager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“I am very impressed with the text. This text provides wonderful coverage of many of the basic properties of materials that we care about as scientists and as engineers.” —Paul C. Canfield, Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University

“Mary Anne White wrote one of the most engaging introductory texts on materials science … an excellent book to base an introductory materials course on … .” —Martin Moskovits, University of California, Santa Barbara

“… a concise but in-depth insight into the physical aspects of materials science … White expertly deals with the theory of the physical properties of materials …” —Ash Ahmed, Times Higher Education, November 2011

“… an alternative approach to the typical introductory MSE text used in service courses for engineers. … well written and comprehensive in its presentation … well illustrated and contains an ample supply of challenging. but useful problems. … there is an especially welcome text-related website …” —James A. Clum, Journal of Materials Education, 2011

Designed for advanced undergraduate students, this bestselling text establishes the principles that control the optical, thermal, electronic, magnetic, and mechanical properties of materials. This fully revised and updated second edition now covers materials sustainability, crystalline structures, graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanocomposites, quantum dots, magnetocaloric effect, spintronics, and polymer classifications. It also includes a new capstone tutorial on the materials science of cymbals, more than 60 new endof-chapter problems, and updated references.

Companion Website: Many ancillary resources are available for students and instructors at www.physicalpropertiesofmaterials.com, including: • Updates to the further reading sections • Links to relevant podcasts for each chapter • Video demonstrations • Additional problems • Sources of demonstration materials for lectures • PowerPoint slides of figures from the book Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: INTRODUCTION: Introduction to Materials Science. COLOR AND OTHER OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: Atomic and Molecular Origins of Color. Color in Metals and Semiconductors. Color from Interactions of Light Waves with Bulk Matter. Other Optical Effects. THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: Heat Capacity, Heat Content, and Energy Storage. Thermal Expansion. Thermal Conductivity. Thermodynamic Aspects of Stability. Surface and Interfacial Phenomena. Other Phases of Matter. ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: Electrical Properties. Magnetic Properties. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: Mechanical Properties. Appendices. Index. Catalog no. K12969, June 2011, 469 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6651-1, $79.95 Also available as an eBook

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Fundamentals

Computational Materials Science An Introduction June Gunn Lee Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, South Korea

A much-needed practical introduction for nonspecialists and newcomers to the field, this text covers the essentials of computational science and explains how computational tools and techniques, such as molecular dynamics and first-principles methods, work to help solve materials science problems. It focuses on the electronic structure level of nuclei and electrons and the atomistic/molecular level. Along with numerous worked examples, references, and homework problems, the book presents exercises that employ the most frequently used computer programs in the field: XMD, LAMMPS, and VASP. • Provides a necessary practical introduction to computational science for nonspecialist materials science students and engineers • Employs XMD, LAMMPS, and VASP, the most frequently used computer programs in the field

Pedagogical Features: • Offers the option of conducting lectures and running exercises simultaneously • Includes exercises with XMD that can be carried out on PCs as well as exercises with LAMMPS and VASP that can be implemented on any mini-supercomputer via remote access from the classroom • Contains numerous worked examples, references, and homework problems Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. Molecular Dynamics. MD Exercises with XMD and LAMMPS. First-Principles Methods. Density Functional Theory, Treating Solids. DFT Exercises with VASP. Appendices. Index. Catalog no. K11634, September 2011, 302 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3616-3, $89.95 Also available as an eBook

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Solid State Chemistry An Introduction, Fourth Edition Lesley E. Smart and Elaine A. Moore The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

The fourth edition of this volume has been comprehensively revised and updated with at least 20 percent new information. Building a foundation with a thorough description of crystalline structures, the book presents a wide range of the synthetic and physical techniques used to prepare and characterize solids. It discusses bonding, superconductivity, and electrochemical, magnetic, optical, and conductive properties. • Provides a solid background on solid state chemistry and covers areas of new interest • Presents updated sections that cover STEM, ionic conductivity, nanotubes, metal-organic frameworks, and FeA superconductors • Includes new chapters on biological systems in synthesis, solid state modeling, and metamaterials

Pedagogical Features: • Offers a largely nonmathematical introduction to solid state chemistry, helping students get a firm grasp on the basics • Encourages students to apply their knowledge in real-life situations by including practical examples of applications and modern developments • Contains a set of review questions in each chapter

Selected Contents: An Introduction to Crystal Structures. Physical Methods for Characterizing Solids. Preparative Methods. Bonding in Solids and Electronic Properties. Defects and Non-Stoichiometry. CarbonBased Electronics. Zeolites and Related Structures. Optical Properties of Solids. Magnetic and Dielectric Properties. Superconductivity. Nanoscience. Catalog no. K12133, May 2012 494 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-4790-9, $69.95 Also available as an eBook

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Fundamentals

Introduction to the Physics and Chemistry of Materials

Thermodynamics in Materials Science

Robert J. Naumann

Robert DeHoff

University of Alabama, Huntsville, USA

“This introductory text provides the background necessary for advanced studies in materials science by discussing the structure and properties of materials and their various applications. … Equations are clearly presented and problems are explained in detail to give the reader, especially those who have little background in quantum mechanics, a solid background in material science. …” —IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, November/December 2009

“Graduate students, primarily those specializing in electronic materials, as well as faculty and practitioners will benefit tremendously from this book. … Highly recommended.” —T.Z. Kattamis, CHOICE, July 2009

Pedagogical Features: • Presents basic concepts of solid state chemistry at an advanced undergraduate level • Provides the foundation students need for more advanced work in materials science • Includes end-of-chapter problems to help students apply what they have learned Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction to Materials Science. Fundamental Principles. Chemical Bonding. Crystals and Crystallography. The Structure of Matter. Reciprocal Lattice and X-Ray Diffraction. Theory of Elasticity. Defects in Crystals. Mechanical Properties of Materials. Composites. Phase Equilibria in Single Component Systems. Phase Equilibria in Multicomponent Systems. Alloy Solidification. Transformation Kinetics. Distribution Functions. Lattice Vibrations and Phonons. Thermal Properties of Solids. Free Electrons in Metals. Band Theory of Metals. Semiconductors. Theory and Applications of Junctions. Transistors, Quantum Wells, and Superlattices. Dielectrics and the Dielectric Function. Optical Properties of Materials. Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. Superconductivity. Index.

Second Edition University of Florida, Gainesville, USA

This book explains the thermodynamics background necessary for generating accurate “maps” of equilibrium states—such as phase diagrams, predominance diagrams, and Pourbaix corrosion diagrams—to predict the behavior of a wide range of materials. This second edition introduces more user-friendly computer software for converting more comprehensive databases into equilibrium maps. It also recommends which maps are best suited for specific realworld scenarios and thermodynamic problems.

Pedagogical Features: • Reflects the author’s classroom-tested approach to mapping concepts using phenomenological thermodynamics • Includes examples and sample problems that show students how to apply appropriate strategies and develop working equations • Offers Instructor Notes online Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. The Structure of Thermodynamics. The Laws of Thermodynamics. Thermodynamic Variables and Relations. Equilibrium in Thermodynamic Systems. Statistical Thermodynamics. Unary Heterogeneous Systems. Multicomponent, Homogenous Non-Reacting Systems: Solutions. Multicomponent Hetergenous Systems. Thermodynamics of Phase Diagrams. Multicomponent, Multiphase Reacting Systems. Capillarity Effects in Thermodynamics. Defects in Crystals. Equilibrium in Continuous Systems: Thermodynamic Effects of External Fields. Electrochemistry. Catalog no. 4065, March 2006, 624 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-4065-9, $115.95

Catalog no. 6133X, December 2008, 533 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6133-8, $145.95 Also available as an eBook

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Fundamentals Physics of Continuous Matter

Bestseller!

Introduction to the Thermodynamics of Materials

Exotic and Everyday Phenomena in the Macroscopic World, Second Edition

Fifth Edition David R. Gaskell

Benny Lautrup

Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

“Acquisition of the text is highly recommended for materials science students at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate level.” —Ash Ahmed, Times Higher Education, 2008

“This classic textbook is the definitive introduction to the thermodynamic behavior of material systems.” —Journal of Heat Treatment and Materials, September 2008

“The text is excellently written and is of equal value both to first-time students in thermodynamics of materials as well as to metallurgical and materials engineers seeking to refresh their knowledge … recommend it without any restrictions to both students and professionals. I am convinced that it will continue to be one of the most significant titles in this field for many years to come.” —Ewald A. Werner, Materials Science and Engineering, 2008

“The long life of this textbook is as good an evaluation of its quality as any book reviewer’s praise. … It will remain a classic for times to come…” —MRS Bulletin

Selected Contents: Introduction and Definition of Terms. The First Law of Thermodynamics. The Second Law of Thermodynamics. The Statistical Interpretation of Entropy. Auxiliary Functions. Heat Capacity, Enthalpy, Entropy, and the Third Law of Thermodynamics. Phase Equilibrium in a OneComponent System. The Behavior of Gases. The Behavior of Solutions. Gibbs Free EnergyComposition and Phase Diagrams of Binary Systems. Reactions Involving Gases. Reactions Involving Pure Consensed Phases and a Gaseous Phase. Reaction Equilibria in Systems Containing Components in Condensed Solutions. Phase Diagrams for Binary Systems in PressureTemperature-Composition Space. Electrochemistry. Appendices. Answers. Index.

The Niels Bohr International Academy, The Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark

Presenting the necessary mathematical tools and physics on a “need-to-know” basis, this text provides an introduction to the basic ideas of continuum physics and their application to a wealth of macroscopic phenomena. This edition includes three new chapters on elasticity of slender rods, energy, and entropy. It also offers more illustrations, improved physics arguments and mathematical presentations, and expanded problem sets. Many ancillary materials can be found on a companion website. A solutions manual is available upon qualifying course adoption. Catalog no. C7007, March 2011, c. 696 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7700-1, $79.95 Also available as an eBook

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Foundations of the Theory of Elasticity, Plasticity, and Viscoelasticity E.I. Starovoitov and F.B. Naghiyev Byelorussian State University of Transport, Gomel, Belarus

This book provides students with the fundamental and practical skills and approaches for carrying out research on modern problems in the mechanics of deformed solids, which involves the theories of elasticity, plasticity, and viscoelasticity. The authors cover contemporary research methods as well as the results of their recent work. Presenting the material with sufficient mathematical rigor, they discuss stress-strain, elasticity, plasticity, and thermoviscoelastoplastic theories and problems. Catalog no. N10613, July 2012, 320 pp. ISBN: 978-1-926895-11-6, $129.95

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Characterization and Processing New!

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Ultrasonic and Electromagnetic NDE for Structure and Material Characterization

Matthew D. McCluskey

Engineering and Biomedical Applications Edited by

Tribikram Kundu The University of Arizona, Tucson, USA

“The book comprises an essential reference for researchers and graduate students working in ultrasonic or electromagnetic NDE.” —Paul Fromme, University College London

“… an excellent text for a senior/first-year graduate course in nondestructive testing and evaluation, or as a text in a course in engineering and biological materials characterization. … I highly recommend it.” —Henrique Reis, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Pedagogical Features: • Includes questions, problems, and worked out examples

Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors Washington State University, Pullman, USA

Eugene E. Haller University of California, Berkeley, USA

“McCluskey and Haller have written an outstanding modern guide to this field that will be useful to newcomers, and also to active researchers who want to broaden their horizons, as a means to learn the capabilities and limitations of the many techniques that are used in semiconductor-defect science.” —Michael J. Stavola, Lehigh University

“This clearly written text about defects in macroscopic semiconductor materials comprehensively bridges the gap between basic science courses and researchlevel reviews: a must for workers new to the field.” —Gordon Davies, King’s College London

• Fills a crucial gap between solid-state physics and more specialized course texts • Requires no prior knowledge of semiconductor physics • Summarizes doping methods during and after semiconductor growth

• Contains more than 640 illustrations

• Discusses the electronic, vibrational, optical, and thermal properties of dopants and defects

Solutions manual and figure slides available upon qualifying course adoption

• Explains how characterization methods are used to investigate defects in semiconductors

Selected Contents:

Pedagogical Features:

Mechanics of Elastic Waves and Ultrasonic Nondestructive Evaluation. Modeling of Ultrasonic Fields by Distributed Point Source Method. Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation. Distributed Point Source Method for Imaging in Electrostatic and Electromagnetic Problems. Guided Waves for Plate and Pipe Inspection. Fundamentals and Applications of Nonlinear Ultrasonic Nondestructive Evaluation. Theory and Applications of Laser Ultrasonic Techniques. Material Characterization by Nonlinear Ultrasonic Technique. Toward Structural Health Monitoring Solutions for Bolted Joints. Measurement of the Elastic Properties of Solids by Brillouin Spectroscopy. Theory and Applications of Scanning Acoustic Microscopy and Scanning Near-Field Acoustic Imaging. Ultrasonic Characterization of Biological Cells. …

• Presents the essentials of semiconductors in an easy-to-understand, student-friendly format

Catalog no. K11655, June 2012, 890 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3663-7, $149.95

Catalog no. K11532, February 2012, 390 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3152-6, $99.95

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• Illustrates structural, electronic, and symmetry classifications with numerous examples, providing students with a framework for understanding defects in any crystal • Includes references at the end of each chapter

Selected Contents: Semiconductor Basics. Defect Classifications. Crystal Growth and Doping. Electronic Properties. Vibrational Properties. Optical Properties. Thermal Properties. Electrical Measurements. Optical Spectroscopy. Particle-Beam Methods. Microscopy and Structural Characterization. Physical Constants.

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Characterization and Processing Manufacturing Technology Materials, Processes, and Equipment Helmi A. Youssef, Hassan A. El-Hofy, and Mahmoud H. Ahmed University of Alexandria, Egypt

This text explores all of the manufacturing processes, materials, and equipment used to convert raw materials into a final product. Materials covered include metallics, polymers, ceramics, and glasses. • Presents guidelines for selecting the proper engineering materials, manufacturing processes, and equipment • Covers the basics as well as the most recent advances in manufacturing technology • Introduces new trends in surface hardening technology • Explores the environmental aspects related to manufacturing and clean factories • Explains the principles of near net shape processing, rapid prototyping, and manufacturing design • Discusses the surface characteristics as a result of manufacturing operations

Pedagogical Features: • Includes many solved examples, case studies, exercises, and review questions • Figure slides Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Experimental Techniques in Materials and Mechanics C. Suryanarayana University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA

“… easy to read and understand for a beginner’s level, including examples and questions for practicing and control.” —Thomas Klassen, Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg

“… beneficial for undergraduate students in developing their concepts related to the experimental techniques in materials and mechanics.” —Soon-Jik Hong, Kongju National University

Bridging the gap between lecture and lab, this text provides a detailed yet easy-to-follow treatment of various techniques useful for characterizing the structure and mechanical properties of materials. The book enables students to understand practical aspects of the methods and derive the maximum possible information from the experimental results. • Emphasizes practical aspects of crystal structure determination, microstructural observation, heat treatment, and mechanical testing • Explains how to derive useful information from experimental results • Describes background information and essential concepts in an easy-to-understand way

Pedagogical Features:

Selected Contents:

• Offers a number of lab experiments in each chapter

Introduction to Manufacturing Technology. Engineering Materials. Heat Treatment of Metallic Materials and Alloys. Smelting of Metallic Materials. Casting of Metals. Fundamentals of Metal Forming. Bulk Forming. Sheet Metal Forming. High Speed Metal Forming. Powder Metallurgy and Manufacture of Ceramics. Processing of Polymers. Manufacturing Processes for Composites. Traditional Machining Processes. Nontraditional Machining Processes. NC of Machine Tools. Industrial Robots and Hexapods. Surface Technology. Joining Processes. Advanced Manufacturing Techniques. Materials, Processes, and Design for Manufacturing. Quality Control. Automation in Manufacturing Technology. Health, Safety, and Environmental Aspects in Manufacturing.

• Includes numerous illustrations, micrographs, and worked-out examples

Catalog no. K10541, August 2011, 947 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1085-9, $139.95 Also available as an eBook

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• Provides end-of-chapter exercises and references for further reading • Figure slides

Selected Contents: Introduction. X-Ray Diffraction. Optical Microscopy. Scanning Electron Microscopy. The Iron–Carbon Phase Diagram and Microstructures of Steels. Heat Treatment of Steels. Hardenability of Steels. Hardness Testing. Tensile Testing. Impact Testing. Fatigue Testing. Creep Testing. Index. Catalog no. K11004, June 2011, 468 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1904-3, $119.95 Also available as an eBook

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Characterization and Processing Materials Characterization Techniques Sam Zhang and Lin Li Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Ashok Kumar

Introduction to the Principles of Materials Evaluation David C. Jiles

University of South Florida, Tampa, USA

Wolfson Centre for Magnetics Technology, Cardiff University, UK

This work presents the principles of widely used advanced surface and structural characterization techniques for quality assurance, contamination control, and process improvement. The authors review the most popular and powerful analysis and quality control tools, explaining the appropriate uses and related technical requirements. They cover Auger electron spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, gel electrophoresis chromatography, laser confocal scanning florescent microscopy, and UV spectroscopy. The text also discusses the fundamentals of vacuum as well as x-ray diffraction principles.

Rather than presenting a collection of empirical techniques, this insightful guide explores the physical bases of materials evaluation. Working systematically through the various types of energy, the author discusses mechanical, acoustic, thermal, electrical, magnetic, and radiative energy and the techniques derived from each. He explains what the interaction between energy and material reveals about the material’s condition, presents statistical techniques for analyzing the results, and offers guidance on making decisions. The text contains numerous examples, illustrations, and end-of-chapter exercises, with worked solutions.

• Discusses a variety of advanced characterization techniques for understanding micro and nanoscale properties

Catalog no. 7392, November 2007, 304 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7392-3, $115.95

• Covers x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy • Presents vacuum fundamentals and x-ray diffraction principles • Examines chromatographic methods • Includes many real-life case studies and practical applications

Selected Contents: Introduction. Contact Angle in Surface Analysis. XRay Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Auger Electron Spectroscopy. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy. X-Ray Diffraction. Transmission Electron Microscopy. Scanning Electron Microscopy. Chromatographic Methods. Infrared Spectroscopy and UV/Vis Spectroscopy. Macro and Micro Thermal Analyses. Laser Confocal Fluorescence Microscopy. Index. Catalog no. 42947, December 2008, 344 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4294-8, $107.95

Materials and Process Selection for Engineering Design Second Edition Mahmoud M. Farag The American University in Cairo, Egypt

“Dr. Farag is a recipient of the Egyptian State Award for promotion of science and the First Order of Merit in arts and sciences—he is clearly a highly respected teacher. The strength of his book lies in its many worked examples and review questions set at the close of every chapter. The material data provided is also excellent.” —Peter C. Gasson, The Aeronautical Journal, 2008

Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption and PowerPoint presentations available on a supplementary website Catalog no. 63081, December 2007 432 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4200-6308-0, $89.95

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MEMS and NEMS

New & Expanded Edition of a Bestseller!

Fundamentals of Microfabrication and Nanotechnology Third Edition (Three-Volume Set) Marc J. Madou University of California, Irvine, USA

“… offers the widest and yet the most detailed coverage of all essential and fundamental aspects of microfabrication and nanotechnology. The author has done an excellent and remarkable job in synthesizing such diverse material under a single umbrella.” —Suman Chakraborty, IIT Kharagpur

“Once again, Professor Madou has made an incredible contribution to the MEMS/NEMS global community in writing this series of books.” —Nico de Rooij, EPFL

“… easy to read, and I found some concepts explained in ways I hadn’t heard before … Very ambitious, very informative, very good for teaching!” —Jorg P. Kutter, Technical University of Denmark

Now in its third edition, Fundamentals of Microfabrication and Nanotechnology continues to provide the most complete MEMS coverage available. Thoroughly revised and updated, the new edition of this perennial bestseller has been expanded to three volumes, reflecting the substantial growth of this field. It includes a wealth of theoretical and practical information on nanotechnology and NEMS and offers background and comprehensive information on materials, processes, and manufacturing options.

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• Features recent developments in nano- and micromanufacturing techniques, DNA and protein arrays, fluidics, photonics, and actuators • Explores the latest manufacturing techniques, including rapid prototyping and a wide variety of novel nanomanufacturing approaches • Offers thorough coverage of bio-MEMS and NEMS

Pedagogical Features: • Contains color illustrations, worked out examples, and end-of-chapter problems • Provides students with a theoretical foundation for understanding the science behind MEMS and NEMS Solutions manual, PowerPoint lecture slides, and electronic figure files available upon qualifying course adoption

Catalog no. 3180, August 2011, 1992 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-3180-0, $249.95 See next page for details about each volume.

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MEMS and NEMS — Also available as individual volumes —

Solid-State Physics, Fluidics, and Analytical Techniques in Micro- and Nanotechnology Selected Contents: Historical Note: The Ascent of Silicon, MEMS, and NEMS. Crystallography. Quantum Mechanics and the Band Theory of Solids. Silicon Single Crystal Is Still King. Photonics. Fluidics. Electrochemical and Optical Analytical Techniques. Catalog no. 55119, June 2011, 656 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5511-5, $99.95 Also available as an eBook

Manufacturing Techniques for Microfabrication and Nanotechnology Selected Contents: LITHOGRAPHY: Photolithography. Next-Generation Lithographies and Lithography Research. PATTERN TRANSFER WITH SUBTRACTIVE TECHNIQUES: Dry Etching. Wet Chemical Etching and Wet Bulk Micromachining—Pools as Tools. Thermal Energy-Based Removing. Mechanical Energy-Based Removing. PATTERN TRANSFER WITH ADDITIVE TECHNIQUES: Physical and Chemical Vapor Deposition—Thin Film Properties and Surface Micromachining. Chemical, Photochemical and Electrochemical Forming Techniques. Thermal Energy-Based Forming Techniques—Thermoforming. MicroMolding Techniques—LIGA. Catalog no. 55194, June 2011, 670 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5519-1, $99.95 Also available as an eBook

From MEMS to Bio-MEMS and Bio-NEMS Manufacturing Techniques and Applications Selected Contents: FROM TRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING TO NANOTECHNOLOGY: NonlithographyBased (Traditional) and Lithography-Based (Nontraditional) Manufacturing Compared. Nature as an Engineering Guide: Biomimetics. Nanotechnology: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Manufacturing Approaches Compared. Packaging, Assembly, and SelfAssembly. Selected Materials and Processes for MEMS and NEMS. Metrology and MEMS/NEMS Modeling. SCALING LAWS, ACTUATORS, AND POWER AND BRAINS IN MINIATURE DEVICES: Scaling Laws. Actuators. Power and Brains in Miniature Devices. MINIATURIZATION APPLICATION: MEMS and NEMS Applications. Catalog no. 5516X, June 2011, 650 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5516-0, $99.95 Also available as an eBook

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MEMS and NEMS BioMEMS Science and Engineering Perspectives Simona Badilescu and Muthukumaran Packirisamy

New!

Introduction to BioMEMS Albert Folch

Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Covering often overlooked areas in the field of bioMEMS, this book spans topics associated with biomolecules and complex biological entities as well as subjects directly linked to the design, fabrication, and characterization of devices. Unlike similar books, this text aids in the fundamental physiochemical understanding of biological processes relevant to the performance of various biosensing devices. Useful for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in engineering, the text includes problems in each chapter and case studies that provide real-life examples.

“The field has been waiting for a true textbook that provides a practical, historical, authoritative and comprehensive introduction to bioMEMS. It has finally arrived, courtesy of Albert Folch, complete with PowerPoint lectures and thoughtful homework questions. I highly recommend it.”

• Provides a concise overview of bioMEMS principles

“Dr. Folch’s book is a monumental achievement which brings an authoritative and comprehensive account to the rapidly growing, multidisciplinary field of bioMEMS. …”

• Incorporates modern applications • Covers fabrication techniques

Pedagogical Features: • Includes examples and problems in each chapter • Offers references, review questions, and case studies to aid with student application Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. Substrate Materials Used in BioMEMS Devices. Biomolecules and Complex Biological Entities: Structure and Properties. Engineering of Bioactive Surfaces. Methods of Study and Characterization of Surface-Modified Substrates. Biosensing Fundamentals. Fabrication of BioMEMS Devices. Introduction to Microfluidics. BioMEMS: Life Science Applications. Catalog no. K10877, April 2011, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1699-8, $99.95 Also available as an eBook

—David J. Beebe, University of Wisconsin–Madison

“A comprehensive, colorful textbook on the important field of bioMEMS. I will definitely recommend to my students!” —Albert van den Berg, University of Twente

—Mehmet Toner, Harvard Medical School

“… an outstanding text for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, as well as an excellent review for researchers who are new to the field.” —Fawwaz Habbal, Harvard University

“I definitely recommend this textbook for bioengineering students.” —Karen C. Cheung, University of British Columbia

Pedagogical Features: • Highlights fundamental concepts and defines them in an extensive glossary • Includes over 400 color figures, problem sets, design challenges, and key references • Offers downloadable PowerPoint slides for instructors

Selected Contents: How Do We Make Small Things? Micropatterning of Substrates and Cells. Microfluidics. Molecular Biology on a Chip. Cell-Based Chips for Biotechnology. BioMEMS for Cell Biology. Tissue Microengineering. Implantable Microdevices. Appendix. Index. Catalog no. K10966, August 2012, 528 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1839-8, $89.95 Also available as an eBook

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Nanomaterials Bestseller!

Nanotechnology Understanding Small Systems, Second Edition

Understanding Nanomaterials

Ben Rogers Reno, Nevada, USA

Malkiat S. Johal

Sumita Pennathur

Pomona College, Claremont, California, USA

“… physical chemists will enjoy building their teaching around the well-explained material in this book … students will find it clear and informative. In particular, the end-of-chapter questions are valuable.” —Chemistry World

“I believe the textbook will serve students well in their goal to gain a greater understanding of why nanoscaled systems are of great interest, how they are fabricated, and how they are characterized using a wide variety of analytical instrumentation very commonly found in university and industrial settings.” —Marcus D. Lay, University of Georgia

This textbook provides a coherent overview of the fundamental principles underlying nanomaterials fabrication as well as a discussion of the characterization and application of these materials. The author takes an interdisciplinary approach, highlighting the theory and tools contributed by chemistry, biology, physics, medicine, and engineering. • Discusses the principles of nanomaterials fabrication

University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Jesse Adams Nevada Nano, Inc., Reno, USA

“This updated work takes the revolutionary concepts and techniques that have traditionally been fodder for graduate study and makes them accessible for all. Covering subjects ranging from materials science to mechanics and biotechnology to photonics, Rogers, Adams, and Pennathur deftly introduce the reader to each topic and quickly explain why it is important on the nanoscale. An exciting feature is the ‘back of the envelope’ examples, where the reader is walked through ‘quick and dirty’ calculations to illustrate and understand (mathematically) the complex concepts discussed. … this outstanding introduction to the broad field of nanotechnology provides a solid foundation for further study. Highly recommended.” —N.M Fahrenkopf, CHOICE, 2011

Pedagogical Features:

• Describes the characterization and application of nanomaterials

• Includes a comprehensive glossary that serves as a nanotech dictionary, helping students review concepts as well as understand more complex books

Pedagogical Features:

• Offers suggestions for further reading to enable a deeper study of nanotech topics

• Contains real-world examples, application notes, and a glossary of technical terminology • Includes worked examples, end-of-chapter problem sets, and exercises for self-study to strengthen students’ conceptual understanding

Selected Contents: A Brief Introduction to Nanoscience. Intermolecular Interactions and Self- Assembly. Rudiments of Surface Nanoscience. Characterization at the Nanoscale. Types and Uses of Some Nanomaterials. Appendix. Glossary. Index. Catalog no. 73109, April 2011, 327 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4200-7310-2, $59.95 Also available as an eBook

• Incorporates many simple examples and “backof-the-envelope” calculations so that the students get a good feeling for the numbers of nanotechnology • Includes student/instructor website Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Big Picture and Principles of the Small World. Introduction to Miniaturization. Introduction to Nanoscale Physics. Nanomaterials. Nanomechanics. Nanoelectronics. Nanoscale Heat Transfer. Nanophotonics. Nanoscale Fluid Mechanics. Nanobiotechnology. Index. Catalog no. K12225, July 2011, 421 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4920-0, $99.95 Also available as an eBook

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Nanomaterials

Biomaterials A Nano Approach

Optical Properties of Nanostructures Ying Fu

Seeram Ramakrishna, Murugan Ramalingam, T.S. Sampath Kumar, and Winston O. Soboyejo

Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

This book examines basic concepts, various processing methodologies, and techniques involved in the preparation and characterization of nanobiomaterials that are specific to biomedical applications. It describes how basic concepts in nanotechnology can be applied to the processing of novel nanobiomaterials. Presenting illustrative examples and a variety of applications, this text offers a solid framework for students to understand present and future trends of biomaterials in human health care systems.

“This book offers excellent insight into the optical property of functional nanostructures that is one of the frontiers of photonics, materials, physics, chemistry and nanotechnology. The elegant treatment of electrons and photons in nanostructures using the first-principles quantum mechanical theories, as well as the broad coverage from basic structures to passive components and active devices, make it a unique reference for scientists and students interested in this area.”

Catalog no. 47817, June 2010, 372 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4781-3, $99.95

Min Qiu Royal Institute of Technology, Kista, Sweden

—Limin Tong, Zhejiang University

Catalog no. N10428, August 2011, 312 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4303-26-2, $149.95 Also available as an eBook

Nanoscale Physics for Materials Science Takaaki Tsurumi, Hiroyuki Hirayama, Martin Vacha, and Tomoyasu Taniyama Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Exploring the electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of materials at the nanoscale, this text covers fundamental cross-disciplinary concepts in materials science and engineering. It presents a comprehensive description of the physical phenomena and changes that can be expected when macroscopically sized materials are reduced to the nanometer level. The authors also include an overview of quantum mechanics and the band structure of solids. Problem sets are included at the end of each chapter. A solutions manual is available upon qualifying course adoption. Catalog no. K10051, December 2009, 287 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0059-1, $96.95

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Optics of Nanomaterials Vladimir I. Gavrilenko Norfolk State University, Virginia, USA

“… an extremely useful book for scientists who are interested in the rapidly developing field of nanomaterials with emphasis on the optical properties of these materials. Of particular importance is that the book covers many different kinds of optical properties and many different kinds of materials. For each topic, there is a careful discussion of fundamental theory as well as specific applications that have proven important to the development of the field. There are also extensive citations to recent papers.” —George C. Schatz, Northwestern University

Catalog no. N10390, December 2010, 329 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4241-09-0, $139.95 Also available as an eBook

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Biomaterials and Medical Devices For the Lecture

For the Lab

New Edition of a Bestseller!

An Introduction to Biomaterials Second Edition Edited by

Jeffrey O. Hollinger Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

A Laboratory Course in Biomaterials Wujing Xian University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA

The second edition of this popular text includes nine new chapters that provide a comprehensive and upto-date educational framework for biomaterials education. The book explains in vitro and in vivo testing paradigms and provides numerous examples in the chapters on experimental design, laboratory assays, and animal models. Emphasizing the importance of the regulatory process, it describes how innovation in the biomaterials process relates to patentability and inventorship.

A teaching tool for instructors in biomaterials and bioengineering, this textbook trains students in laboratory skills, data analysis, problem solving, and scientific writing. It integrates a variety of principles that include materials science, chemistry, biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, and engineering. The author provides detailed descriptions, explanations, and illustrations of experiments. Many of the experiments presented are adapted from research papers to reflect the progress in biomaterials and bioengineering.

• Covers wound healing biology and host response to implanted biomaterials

Pedagogical Features:

• Examines the regulatory process, including standardized product testing • Reviews the innovativeness of biomaterials, with inventorship and patents in mind • Considers experimental design, basic scientific methods, and statistics

Pedagogical Features: • Includes extensive references for further study • Contains end-of-chapter questions and answers Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Biology, Biomechanics, Biomaterial Interactions: Wound Healing Biology. Biology, Biomechanics, Biomaterial Interactions: Cellular Mechanics. Biology, Biomechanics, Biomaterial Interactions: Materials–Host Interactions. Biomaterials Testing, Statistics, Regulatory Considerations, Intellectual Property: Standardized Materials Testing. Biomaterials Testing, Statistics, Regulatory Considerations, Intellectual Property: Statistics. Biomaterials Compositions. Biomaterials Applications. Index. Catalog no. K10637, November 2011, 644 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1256-3, $119.95

• Presents detailed, step-by-step descriptions of lab procedures and explanations for the underlying principles • Contains student-friendly graphic illustrations for the experiments • Provides a series of questions and answers at the end of each chapter to clarify concepts and induce critical thinking • Includes text boxes with in-depth information, case studies, and lab tips • Offers information on equipment, reagents, and supplies for instructors

Selected Contents: Basic Laboratory Skills. Module I. Drug Delivery: Controlled Release of Encapsulated Protein from PLGA Microspheres. Module II. Natural Biomaterials: Collagen and Chitosan. Basic Laboratory Skills II. Cell Culture and Microscopy. Module III. Biocompatibility Testing: Cytotoxicity and Adhesion. Module IV. Tissue Engineering: Organotypic Cultures of Skin Equivalents. Module V. Bioceramics: Porous Hydroxyapatite Composite. Appendix: Answers. Index. Catalog no. 75829, June 2009, 216 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4200-7582-3, $64.95

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Biomaterials and Medical Devices New!

A Laboratory Course in Tissue Engineering Melissa Kurtis Micou University of California, San Diego, USA

Dawn Kilkenny University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

This hands-on lab manual contains classic TE experiments as well as modern TE techniques. It includes 15 stand-alone experiments that provide more than a semester’s worth of activities. • Presents experiments that use equipment commonly found in labs equipped for tissue culture, minimizing the cost of reagents • Emphasizes engineering analysis, mathematical modeling, and statistical design of experiments

Pedagogical Features: • Includes pre-lab and discussion questions for each experiment • Describes multiple formats useful for the presentation of results, including technical posters, extended abstracts, and technical reports • Contains numerous stand-alone experiments, allowing instructors to customize their courses

Selected Contents: Getting Started in the Lab. Lab Safety. Essential Lab Skills for Tissue Engineers. Isolation of Primary Chondrocytes from Bovine Articular Cartilage. Measuring and Modeling Growth of a Cell Population. Purification of a Cell Population Using Magnetic Cell Sorting. Decellularized Matrices for Tissue Engineering. Effect of Plating Density on Cell Adhesion to Varied Culture Matrices. Dynamic versus Static Seeding of Cells onto Biomaterial Scaffolds. Cell Patterning Using Microcontact Printing. Measuring and Modeling the Motility of a Cell Population Using an Under-Agarose Assay. Characterizing Matrix Remodeling through Collagen Gel Contraction. … Catalog no. K13694, August 2012 286 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-7893-4, $59.95 Also available as an eBook

Biomedical Engineering Principles Second Edition Arthur B. Ritter, Vikki Hazelwood, and Antonio Valdevit Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey, USA

Alfred N. Ascione Alcatel-Lucent Technologies, New Jersey, USA

With extensive examples and chapter problems, this text clearly defines basic principles in image processing and biomechanics, physiological processes modeling, and bioelectric signal analysis to build a solid understanding of devices and designs for improved functioning of the human body. This edition includes new chapters on capstone design in biomedical engineering and entrepreneurship, new coverage of systems biology and computational biology, and updated chapters on tissue engineering. A solutions manual and figure slide are available upon qualifying course adoption. Catalog no. K10621, May 2011, 540 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1232-7, $99.95 Also available as an eBook

Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Technology Second Edition Laurence Street Rosedale, British Colombia, Canada

Thoroughly revised and updated, this second edition describes current technological devices, the physiological and anatomical basis of their function, their practical applications, and their locations in hospitals. The author, an experienced biomedical engineering technologist (BMET), examines the integration of test equipment within the hospital system and incorporates real-life examples of the work that BMETs do. The text includes chapter summaries, questions for students, and over 360 illustrations. A solutions manual is available upon qualifying course adoption. Catalog no. K12781, October 2011, 391 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6058-8, $89.95 Also available as an eBook

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Composite Materials Bestseller!

Bestseller!

Principles of Composite Material Mechanics

Introduction to Composite Materials Design

Third Edition

Second Edition

Ronald F. Gibson

Ever J. Barbero

University of Nevada, Reno, USA

West Virginia University, Morgantown, USA

“A strong feature of the book is the use of a large number of worked out examples … the Third Edition has been expanded to include a number of new topics, as well as new worked out examples, homework problems, figures, references and an appendix on matrix concepts and operations. … Extensive references to classical and historical publications as well as current journal articles are included in each chapter … essential reading and highly recommended to all engineering students, researchers and practicing engineers working with composite materials.”

Completely revised and updated, this second edition of a bestseller contains new chapters on damage mechanics, fabric-reinforced composites, and external strengthening for infrastructure. It covers design aspects, fabrication processes, prediction of material properties, and structural analysis and design of beams, plates, and shells.

—Maria Kashtalyan, The Aeronautical Journal, May 2012

“Professor Ron Gibson provides a comprehensive textbook that covers the basic concept of anisotropy and inhomogeneity of composites as well as state-of-art issues such as dynamic behavior, fracture, and testing. Many worked out examples and homework problems are most useful for readers to understand the basic concepts to be used in practical applications of composites. …” —Nobuo Takeda, University of Tokyo

• Presents a concise, easy-to-read introduction to composite materials and mechanics to promote sound analysis and design • Includes the most effective methods on analysis and design of composite materials • Provides detailed information on fiber and matrix and their properties essential for design • Adds new information on modern fiber properties and carbon nanotubes

Pedagogical Features: • Contains fully developed examples, tables, illustrations, and exercises to demonstrate the application of the analysis techniques and design methodology

Solutions manual and PowerPoint slides available upon qualifying course adoption

• Offers PowerPoint slides, special software coordinated with the book, and other tools on the author’s website

Selected Contents:

Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Introduction. Lamina Stress–Strain Relationships. Effective Moduli of a Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Lamina. Strength of a Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Lamina. Analysis of Lamina Hygrothermal Behavior. Analysis of a Discontinuously Reinforced Lamina. Analysis of Laminates. Analysis of Viscoelastic and Dynamic Behavior. Analysis of Fracture. Mechanical Testing of Composites and Their Constituents. Appendices. Index. Catalog no. K12275, September 2011, 683 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5005-3, $109.95 Also available as an eBook

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Selected Contents: Introduction. Materials. Manufacturing Processes. Micromechanics. Ply Mechanics. Macromechanics. Strength. Damage. Fabric-Reinforced Composites. Beams. Plates and Stiffened Panels. Shells. Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete. Appendices. Catalog no. 79158, July 2010, 562 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7915-9, $104.95 Also available as an eBook

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Electronic and Magnetic Materials

Electronic, Magnetic, and Optical Materials Pradeep Fulay University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

“Technological aspects of ferroelectric, piezoelectric and pyroelectric materials are discussed in detail, in a way that should allow the reader to select an optimal material for a particular application. The basics of magnetostatics are described clearly, as are a wide range of magnetic properties of materials … .” —Tony Harker, University College London

• Discusses applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology • Integrates physics, chemistry, and materials science and engineering concepts with technological aspects of materials

Pedagogical Features: • Contains references to online teaching aids • Includes numerous real-world technology examples

This text takes a critical, all-encompassing approach to introducing the fundamentals of electronic, magnetic, and optical properties of materials to students of science and engineering. Weaving together science and engineering aspects, the author maintains a careful balance between fundamentals (underlying physics-related concepts) and technological aspects (manufacturing of devices and materials processing). He covers applications in a variety of fields, including nanoscience, optoelectronics, microelectronic circuit design, photovoltaics, dielectric ceramics, pyroelectrics, and other areas. Building upon his 20 years of experience as a professor, the author integrates engineering concepts with technological aspects of materials used in the electronics, magnetics, and photonics industries. He concentrates on fundamental topics and discusses applications to numerous real-world technological examples—from computers to credit cards to optic fibers—that will appeal to students at any level of understanding.

• Provides end-of-chapter problems, glossaries, and references Solutions manual and electronic figures available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. Electrical Conduction in Metals and Alloys. Fundamentals of Semiconductor Materials. Fermi Energy Levels in Semiconductors. Semiconductor p-n Junctions. Semiconductor Devices. Linear Dielectric Materials. Ferroelectrics, Piezoelectrics, and Pyroelectrics. Magnetic Materials. Index. Catalog no. 9564, May 2010, 436 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9564-2, $104.95 Also available as an eBook

Where most books on the subject are geared toward specialists, this long-overdue introductory text is a more wide-ranging overview that offers insight into the steadily fading distinction between devices and materials. It helps students understand how electronic, optical, and magnetic materials and devices work and how novel devices can be made that can compete with or enhance silicon-based electronics.

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Electronic and Magnetic Materials Magnetics, Dielectrics, and Wave Propagation with MATLAB® Codes

Introduction to Organic Electronic and Optoelectronic Materials and Devices

Carmine Vittoria

Edited by

Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

“An unusual feature of Vittoria’s book are the solutions that are included to the problems at the end of each chapter. These solutions form a lengthy set of examples for sorting out the many theories and models now used in trying to understand magnetism. … If you make magnetism your profession, or are just casually involved with magnetic materials, it is worth reading a book such as Vittoria’s. … about as approachable as this subject can get.” —Alfy Riddle, IEEE Microwave Magazine

This book provides a mathematical link to wave propagation at the macroscopic scale. The author enables a clear understanding of the origin of magnetic parameters and how to calculate these parameters as the dimensionality of materials is reduced toward the microscopic scale. • Introduces the fields of magnetism, magnetic, and wave propagation in very anisotropic media • Presents MKS and CGS systems of units to enable cross-fertilization of ideas between engineers and physicists

Pedagogical Features:

Sam-Shajing Sun Norfolk State University, Virginia, USA

Larry R. Dalton University of Washington, Seattle, USA

This work examines organic semiconducting, conducting, and superconducting materials; FETs; nonvolatile organic thin-film memory devices; and organic, electro-optic, and opto-electronic materials. • Presents fundamentals, principle mechanisms, representative examples, and key experimental data • Covers the material in a format easily accessible for students or nonexperts • Highlights emerging organic and polymeric optoelectronic materials • Combines coverage of organic electronic and optoelectronic materials and devices

Pedagogical Features: • Includes end-of-chapter exercises and over 200 figures • Provides a PowerPoint lecture on a companion CD-ROM Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

• Provides MATLAB programs to get started ®

• Supplies the background needed to apply fundamental ideas

Selected Contents:

Review of Maxwell Equations and Units. Classical Principles of Magnetism. Introduction to Magnetism. Free Magnetic Energy. Phenomenological Theory. Electrical Properties of Magnetic Films. Kramers-Kronig Equations. Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Anisotropic Magnetodielectric Media. Spin Surface Boundary Conditions. Matrix Representation of Wave Propagation.

Introduction of Optoelectronic Materials and Devices. Brief Review of Organic/Polymeric ElectroActive Materials and Devices. Electronic Structures of Conjugated Electro-Active Organic/Polymeric Materials. Major Types and Chemical Synthetic Schemes of Organic/Polymeric Optoelectronic Materials. OLED/PLED Materials and Devices. Organic/Polymeric FET Materials and Devices. Organic/Polymeric Photorefractive Materials and Devices. Organic/Polymeric Liquid Crystal Optoelectronic Materials and Devices. Dendritic Materials and Devices. Fullerenes, Carbon Nanotubes, and Their Devices. Organic/Metal Interface Properties. Self-Assembled Supramolecular Polymers for Potential OE Applications. ...

Catalog no. K11955, September 2010, 472 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4199-0, $135.95

Catalog no. 9284, May 2008, 936 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9284-9, $129.95

• Includes end-of-chapter problems, solutions, and references

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Electronic and Magnetic Materials New!

Solid State Engineering Physics Prabir Kanti Basu and Hrishikesh Dhasmana

Optical Electronics Self-Organized Integration and Applications

Lingaya's Institute of Management and Technology, Faridabad, India

Tetsuzo Yoshimura

A comprehensive introduction to the subject, this text first examines the crystal structure of new materials, discussing point defects both qualitatively and quantitatively. Focusing on quantum physics, the next chapter examines the dual nature of particles and the Schrödinger equation.

This book proposes and reviews comprehensive strategies based on optical electronics for constructing optoelectronic systems with minimized optics excess. It describes self-organized optical waveguides based on a self-organized lightwave network, threedimensional optical circuits, material-saving heterogeneous thin-film device integration process, and high-speed/small-size light modulators and optical switches. The book also presents applications of optical electronics, including integrated optical interconnects within computers, massive optical switching systems using three-dimensional self-organized optical circuits, solar energy conversion systems, and bio/medical photonics such as cancer therapy.

The authors then cover the free electron theory of metals and semiconductors. They also study the details of photoconductors and photovoltaic cells as well as the magnetization factor for various magnetic materials, which offers an explanation of the controlling parameter responsible for the origin of magnetization within the material. The final chapter focuses on the exciting phenomenon of superconductivity. • Discusses the nomenclature of crystals and their formation as solids by bondings • Explains the black body radiation law using quantum hypothesis

Tokyo University of Technology, Japan

• Illustrates self-organized integration beyond the conventional flip-chip-bonding-based packaging — the way to implement optics into electronic systems such as computers with minimized optics excess

• Uses quantum statistics to describe the thermionic emission process

• Explains the core technologies to achieve “simply-optics-implemented electronics: optical electronics”

• Looks at how the Hall effect can be used as a characterization tool

• Presents the fundamentals and applications of self-organized optical waveguides

• Examines how photovoltaic cells operate • Presents different types of magnetic materials

Selected Contents: Crystal Structure. Quantum Physics. Free Electron Theory. Band Theory. Photoconductivity and Photovoltaics. Magnetic Materials. Superconductivity. Numerical Problems. Index. Catalog no. N10068, April 2009, 184 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0647-0, $79.95

Selected Contents: Introduction. From Electronics to Optical Electronics. Analysis Tools for Optical Circuits. SelfOrganized Optical Waveguides: Theoretical Analysis Self-Organized Optical. Waveguides: Experimental Demonstrations. Optical Waveguide Films with Vertical Mirrors. 3-D Optical Circuits with Stacked Waveguide Films. Heterogeneous Thin-Film Device Integration. Optical Switches. OE Hardware Built by Optical Electronics. Integrated Solar Energy Conversion Systems. Future Challenges. Catalog no. N10487, March 2012, 300 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4310-90-1, $149.95 Also available as an eBook

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Metals and Alloys

Physical Metallurgy Second Edition William F. Hosford University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Praise for the First Edition: “The book covers all the major topics in metallurgy as well as some additional subjects such as welding and corrosion. … Many of the chapters contain example problems that are quite useful for understanding the subject matter. Additionally, each chapter contains a section that presents interesting historical information about the subject matter of that chapter. … This book, unlike many metallurgy books, presents a generous number of phase diagrams that are useful in describing the behavior of many of the alloys systems presented.” —The Journal of Science and Engineering Corrosion, 2006

• Combines practical and theoretical aspects of physical metallurgy • Includes topics pertinent to all metals as well as optional topics on powder metallurgy, corrosion, welding, and magnetic alloys

Pedagogical Features: • Contains references, sample and homework problems, and contemporary or historical examples at the end of each chapter Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. Freezing. Diffusion. Surfaces. Solid Solutions. Intermediate Phases. Phase Diagrams. Dislocations. Annealing. Phase Transformations. Aluminum Alloys. Copper and Nickel Alloys. Hexagonal Metals. Other Nonferrous Alloys. Steels. Hardening of Steels. Tempering and Surface Hardening. Low Carbon Steels. Special Steels. Cast Irons. Welding. Powder Processing. Corrosion. Magnetic Materials. Appendices. Catalog no. K10701, April 2010, 441 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1360-7, $104.95 Also available as an eBook

Mechanisms of Diffusional Phase Transformations in Metals and Alloys H.I. Aaronson Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

M. Enomoto Ibaraki University, Hitachi city, Japan

J.K. Lee Michigan Technological University, Houghton, USA

Based on the lecture notes of the renowned Hubert I. Aaronson, this text details the fundamental principles of phase transformations in metals and alloys upon which steel and other metals industries are based. Instead of relying strictly on a pedagogical approach, it documents the evolution of phase transformation concepts, demonstrating how the field continues to meet new challenges. The authors present topics by describing a phenomenon and then following up with a corresponding hypothesis or alternative explanation. • Offers a thorough exploration of the mechanisms of diffusional phase transformations in metallic materials from theoretical and experimental viewpoints • Includes hundreds of illustrations, photos, and extensive references • Discusses diffusional nucleation in the framework of classical and nonclassical nucleation theories • Examines the theories of diffusional growth based on diffusion and solid-interface theories • Provides a comprehensive description of the development of theories of precipitation, massive transformation, cellular reaction, and pearlite transformation • Gives an extended discussion of the bainite reaction, one of the most controversial transformations in solid materials

Selected Contents: Applied Thermodynamics. Diffusional Nucleation in Solid–Solid Transformations. Diffusional Growth. Precipitation. Massive Transformation. Cellular Reaction. Pearlite Reaction. Martensitic Transformations. Bainite Reaction and Role of Shear in Diffusional Phase Transformations. References. Index. Catalog no. 62999, May 2010, 685 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6299-1, $125.95 Also available as an eBook

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Metals and Alloys Bestseller!

Phase Transformations in Metals and Alloys Third Edition (Revised Reprint) David A. Porter University of Oulu, Finland

Kenneth E. Easterling University of Exeter, UK

Mohamed Y. Sherif SFK Research Center, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands

Now available as a revised reprint correcting errors from the prior printing, this new edition presents a comprehensive overview of phase transformations. Supplemented by practical case studies involving engineering alloys, this edition addresses recent improvements in the computer-aided calculation of phase diagrams. It also expands the treatment of bainite transformation, nucleation, metallic glasses, steel, and Scheil’s Additivity Rule. The authors integrate basic and advanced material in a progressive, easy-to-follow style that is ideal for those new to the field. • Defines specific types of phase transformations in terms of properties and composition of the mixture • Addresses recent developments in computeraided calculations of phase diagrams • Expands and revises treatments of steel, bainite transformation, and metallic glasses

Pedagogical Features: • Adds new case studies, detailed examples, and exercises, linking theory with current applications • Provides an excellent starting point for students and researchers new to the field • Includes illustrations on an accompanying CD-ROM Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams. Diffusion. Crystal Interfaces and Microstructure. Solidification. Diffusional Transformations in Solids. Diffusionless Transformations. Catalog no. 62107, February 2009 520 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4200-6210-6, $75.95

Modeling of Steelmaking Processes Dipak Mazumdar Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

James W. Evans University of California, Berkeley, USA

“I enjoyed the easy writing style which, coupled with worked examples to complement the theory, and self-learning exercises at the end of each chapter, make for a very useful book for industry, academia and R&D … . an enjoyable read providing some extremely valuable theoretical and practical information making it a very useful reference book and teaching aid.” —David Price, Ironmaking and Steelmaking Journal

• Draws on the authors’ classroom-tested notes that have trained generations of steelmakers • Describes modern steelmaking technology, including types of models and their applications • Discusses CFD software and FLUENT software

Pedagogical Features: • Presents elements of physical and mathematical modeling with illustrative examples • Incorporates a practice session on physical mathematical modeling • Includes worked examples and homework problems Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Steelmaking, Modeling, and Measurements. Knowledge-Based Foundation of Steelmaking. Elements of Physical Modeling. Elements of Mathematical Modeling. Mathematical Modeling I: Fluid Flow. Mathematical Modeling II: Liquid-State Processing Operations. Mathematical Modeling III: Solid-State Processing Operations. Mathematical Modeling IV: Macroscopic Modeling of Ladle Metallurgy Steelmaking. Intelligent Modeling: Neural Network and Genetic Algorithm in Steelmaking. Practice Sessions on Physical and Mathematical Modeling. Index. Catalog no. 62433, August 2009, 493 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6243-4, $149.95 Also available as an eBook

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Metals and Alloys

Solidification Jonathan Dantzig University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA

Michel Rappaz EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland

This book places recent developments in the context of more classical theories. Divided into three sections, the text evolves from fundamentals to applications. The first part presents the thermodynamics of solutions and then builds on that subject to describe equilibrium phase diagrams. The second part uses fundamental concepts for the treatment of nucleation, dendritic growth, microsegregation, eutectic and peritectic solidication, and microstructure competition. Through modeling tools and microstructure descriptions, the last part illustrates various types of defects. • Describes analytical and numerical approaches for solving transport phenomena problems • Explains the coupling of macro- and microscopic phenomena in microstructure development • Explores defects such as porosity, hot tearing, and macrosegregation

Pedagogical Features:

Polymers Engineering Design with Polymers and Composites Second Edition James C. Gerdeen, PhD, PE and Ronald A.L. Rorrer, PhD, PE University of Colorado, Denver, USA

This second edition continues to provide one of the only textbooks on the analysis and design of mechanical components made from polymer materials. This edition includes entirely new chapters on polymer fusing and other assembly techniques, rapid prototyping, and piezoelectric polymers. • Discusses the material behavior and design techniques for polymers, which are different than those for typical metals • Explores how to save the weight and cost of materials to support a sustainable future with diminishing resources • Describes how to select the best polymer material for various applications • Explains how to save time and money by making polymer prototypes

Pedagogical Features:

• Gives students a firm understanding of fundamentals and applications that they can readily apply to the field

• Illustrates laminate analysis with MATLAB® and Octave

• Includes software, figures, movies, and other supporting material on the book’s website

• Includes real-world examples and end-of-chapter problems

Selected Contents: Nomenclature and Dimensionless Groups. Overview. Thermodynamics. Phase Diagrams. Balance Equations. Analytical Solutions for Solidification. Numerical Methods for Solidification. Nucleation. Dendritic Growth. Eutectics, Peritectics and Microstructure Selection. Microsegregation and Homogenization. Macro- and Microstructures. Porosity. Deformation during Solidification and Hot Tearing. Macrosegregation. Index. Catalog no. EF8238, August 2009, 620 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-8238-3, $99.95

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Selected Contents: Introduction. Mechanical Properties of Polymers. Viscoelastic Behavior of Polymers. Creep and Fatigue Failure. Impact Strength and Fracture Toughness. Selection of Polymers for Design Applications. Design Applications of Some Polymers. Composite Material Mechanics. Composite Laminate Failure. Polymer Processing. Adhesion of Polymers and Composites. Polymer Fusing and Other Assembly Techniques. Tribology of Polymers and Composites. Damping and Isolation with Polymers and Composites. Rapid Prototyping with Polymers. Piezoelectric Polymers. Appendices. Index. Catalog no. K12777, December 2011, 420 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6052-6, $139.95 Also available as an eBook

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Polymers

Carraher’s Polymer Chemistry Eighth Edition Charles E. Carraher Jr. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, USA

This edition includes new sections on copolymers and spliceosomes and presents a larger focus on the molecular behavior of materials, nanotechnology, and nanomaterials. It also updates analytical, physical, and special characterization techniques. There is also increased emphasis on carbon nanotubes, tapes and glues, butyl rubber, polystyrene, polypropylene, polyethylene, poly(ethylene glycols), shear-thickening fluids, photochemistry and photophysics, dental materials, and aramids. • Places topics in a larger perspective involving industrial and commercial aspects of the science • Emphasizes green science and technology • Includes new sections on photochemistry and green materials • Updates every chapter from the previous edition

Pedagogical Features: • Complies with the ACS-CPT guidelines • Builds on concepts learned in undergraduate training

Selected Contents: Introduction to Polymers. Polymer Structure (Morphology). Molecular Weight of Polymers. Polycondensation Polymers (Step-Reaction Polymerization). Ionic Chain-Reaction and Complex Coordination Polymerization. Free Radical Chain Polymerization (Addition Polymerization). Copolymerization. Composites and Fillers. Naturally Occurring Polymers—Plants. Naturally Occurring Polymers—Animals. Organometallic and Inorganic–Organic Polymers. Inorganic Polymers. Testing and Spectrometric Characterization of Polymers. Rheology and Physical Tests. Additives. Reactions on Polymers. Synthesis of Reactants and Intermediates for Polymers. Polymer Technology. Selected Topics. Solutions. Appendices. Index. Catalog no. K10478, October 2010, 824 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0955-6, $99.95

Introduction to Polymers Third Edition Robert J. Young and Peter A. Lovell University of Manchester, UK

“The second edition of this book is currently the recommended text for a second-year undergraduate lecture course I deliver. In future I will recommend the third edition for both this course and a fourth year (masters) lecture course on advanced polymer synthesis. Moreover, not only have Young and Lovell produced an excellent text (again) for supporting undergraduate teaching, this book is also a superb entry-level text for postgraduates students with limited experience of polymers.” —Chemistry World, 2012

• Provides detailed and balanced coverage of important aspects of polymer chemistry and polymer physics for students at the undergraduate level and beyond • Derives equations from first principles, highlighting the inherent assumptions, limitations, and strengths in the use of each equation • Incorporates developments from the past two decades, including “living” radical polymerization

Pedagogical Features: • Reorganizes the content to make the text easier for teaching and learning • Illustrates all topics with extensive reaction schemes and/or diagrams • Includes suggestions for further reading as well as end-of-chapter problems Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Concepts, Nomenclature and Synthesis of Polymers. Characterization of Polymers. Phase Structure and Morphology of Bulk Polymers. Properties of Bulk Polymers. Answers to Problems. Index. Catalog no. 3929, June 2011, 688 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-8493-3929-5, $59.95 Also available as an eBook

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General New!

The Mechanical and Thermodynamical Theory of Plasticity Mehrdad Negahban University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA

“… an excellent text for a graduate-level course in plasticity … the approach and selection of topics are appropriate for the audience. Professor Negahban has done an excellent job in presenting a unified approach to include thermal effects in the theory of finite deformation of plastic solids. …” —Ken Zuo, University of Alabama

“… a modern, in-depth approach to the subject of thermoplasticity. … can be adapted to satisfy a variety of courses and subjects. …” —Ronald E. Smelser, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

• Explores the common perspectives and similarities of mechanical and thermodynamical theories, using analogs to help connect the ideas

Technical Writing A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists Phillip A. Laplante The Pennsylvania State University, Malvern, USA

Written by a renowned engineer and widely published technical author, this guide enables students to write, edit, and publish materials of a technical nature, including books, articles, reports, and electronic media. Complementing the traditional writer’s reference manuals and other books on technical writing, it helps students understand the practical considerations in writing technical content. Drawing on his own work, the author presents many first-hand examples of writing, editing, and publishing technical materials. These examples illustrate how a publication originated as well as various challenges and solutions. • Offers precise, hands-on coverage of technical writing • Explains how to write for blogs, social networks, and other e-media

• Looks at advanced topics, such as infinitesimal theory and solutions

Pedagogical Features:

Pedagogical Features:

• Includes a number of personal anecdotes and historical stories that serve as real-world examples of technical writing

• Includes more than 200 figures and an extensive number of exercises and computer simulation problems • Reviews background mathematics, continuum thermodynamics, and the extension of bars to provide a broad perspective for students Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Plasticity in the 1-D Bar. Vectors and Tensors. Describing Motion, Deformation, and Temperature. Elastic, Plastic, and Thermal Deformation. Traction, Stress, and Heat Flux. Balance Laws and Jump Conditions. Infinitesimal Plasticity. Solutions for Infinitesimal Plasticity. First-Gradient Thermomechanical Materials. Elastic and Thermoelastic Solids. Finite Deformation Mechanical Theory of Plasticity. Thermoplastic Solids. Viscoelastic Solids. Rate-Dependent Plasticity. Crystal Plasticity. Appendices. Index.

• Shows students the various avenues for publishing their work • Incorporates at least one figure, table, graphic, bullet list, or equation on most pages

Selected Contents: The Nature of Technical Writing. Technical Writing Basics. The Writing Process. Scientific Writing. Business Communications. Technical Reporting. Using Graphical Elements. Publishing Your Work. Writing for E-Media. Writing with Collaborators. Glossary. Index. Catalog no. K11106, July 2011, 250 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-2085-8, $39.95 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. 7230, April 2012, 784 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7230-8, $119.95 Also available as an eBook

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General A First Course in Differential Equations, Modeling, and Simulation Carlos A. Smith and Scott W. Campbell University of South Florida, Tampa, USA

Emphasizing a practical approach for students, this text avoids overly theoretical explanations and shows students how differential equations are derived by applying basic physical principles and experimental observations to engineering systems. This resource also covers classical methods for obtaining the analytical solution of differential equations and Laplace transforms. In addition, the authors discuss how these equations describe mathematical systems and how to use software to solve sets of equations in which analytical solutions cannot be determined. Numerical values are provided in all examples and problems. • Explores how to obtain the analytical solution of differential equations using actual physical systems • Discusses how the roots of the characteristic equation provide the qualitative nature of the response of any systems • Explains how to use simulation software

Pedagogical Features: • Teaches how to model engineering systems • Reviews the necessary physics material • Provides numerical values in all examples and problems Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction. Objects in a Gravitational Field. Classical Solutions of Ordinary Linear Differential Equations. Laplace Transforms. Mechanical Systems: Translational. Mechanical Systems: Rotational. Mass Balances. Thermal Systems. Electrical Systems. Numerical Simulation. Index. Catalog no. K12318, May 2011, 345 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5087-9, $89.95 Also available as an eBook

Random Phenomena Fundamentals of Probability and Statistics for Engineers Babatunde A. Ogunnaike University of Delaware, Newark, USA

“The author does an excellent job presenting the material in an interesting way, making connections between theoretical and experimental statistics and between deterministic and probabilistic models. … a good book for engineers. … This book is distinguished from the crowded field by the wellexplained theory of statistics and how it provides interesting applications. The big plus about this text is the variety and large amount of review questions, exercises, and application problems … .” —Walid K. Sharabati, The American Statistician, August 2011

Solutions manual available with qualifying course adoption Catalog no. 44974, September 2009, 1056 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4497-3, $139.95 Also available as an eBook

MATLAB® with Applications to Engineering, Physics and Finance David Baez-Lopez Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, Mexico

With over 160 practical examples and numerous exercises, this book explains how to perform complex mathematical tasks with MATLAB® programs. The author describes simple functions and then addresses more advanced topics. He also presents examples of Simulink® for system modeling and simulation. The text explores the use of MATLAB in digital signal processing, chemical and food engineering, astronomy, optics, and financial derivatives. MATLAB examples and programs can be downloaded from the book’s website and a solutions manual is available upon qualifying course adoption. Catalog no. K10356, October 2009, 426 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0697-5, $87.95

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