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Physics of New Materials

  • Francisco E. Fujita

Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 27)

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Physics of New Materials starts from basic science, specially solid-state physics, and then moves into the research and development of advanced materials. The emphasis of the discussions is concentrated on the electronicand atomic structures and properties of transition-metal systems, liquidand amorphous materials, the nano-phase materials, layered compounds, martensite and other structural-transformed materials, and ordered alloys. Though these discussions, the physical aspects and principles ofnew materials, such as strong ferromagnetic alloys, shape memory alloys, amorphous alloys, ultra-fine particles, intercalated layered compounds, deformable ceramics, and nuclear-physics techniques. In addition to these theoretical treatments, modern experimental techniques, exemplified by M|ssbauer spectroscopy and electron microscopy, demonstrate the vast scope of schemes needed in the development of new materials.


Festkörper Festkörperphysik und Festkörperchemie Material science ceramics chemistry development electron microscopy microscopy physical body physics science solid state physics solid-state physics and chemistryC spectroscopy

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  • Francisco E. Fujita
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  1. 1.Shizuoka Institute of Science and TechnologyFukuroi 437Japan

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