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Physical methods for materials characterisation / Peter E.J. Flewitt and Robert K. Wild.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Series in materials science and engineeringPublication details: Oakville : CRC Press, 2017.Edition: Third editionDescription: pages cmISBN:
  • 9781482245233
  • 148224523X
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 620.110 23 FLE
Contents:
Interaction of radiation with materials -- Diffraction -- Photo/electromagnetic sources -- Electron sources -- Atom/ion sources -- Data acquisition, processing and interpretation.
Summary: "This completely revised and expanded new edition covers the full range of techniques now available for the investigation of materials structure and accurate quantitative determination of microstructural features within materials. It continues to provide the best introductory resource for understanding the interrelationship between microstructure and physical, mechanical, and chemical properties, as well as selection and application of techniques for both basic and applied studies. In particular, changes have been made to reflect developments in analysis of nanoscale and biological materials"--
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General Books General Books CUTN Central Library Medicine, Technology & Management Non-fiction 620.110 FLE (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 40085
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Interaction of radiation with materials -- Diffraction -- Photo/electromagnetic sources -- Electron sources -- Atom/ion sources -- Data acquisition, processing and interpretation.

"This completely revised and expanded new edition covers the full range of techniques now available for the investigation of materials structure and accurate quantitative determination of microstructural features within materials. It continues to provide the best introductory resource for understanding the interrelationship between microstructure and physical, mechanical, and chemical properties, as well as selection and application of techniques for both basic and applied studies. In particular, changes have been made to reflect developments in analysis of nanoscale and biological materials"--

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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