Materials for teachers

Course time schedule

 

Lectures:

Examples of the crystal structures with a simple viewer
Instruction for the structures: a) download the ZIP file; b) unpack the RAR file into a certain directory (for instance: “structures”); c) open the EXE file included in the archive; d) open any structure from the directory ( WRL or WRX files)

 

Exercises:

  1.  Material and Sample properties
  2. Exercise 1
  3. Exercise 1 answer
  4. Exercise 1 Atomic bonding
  5. Exercise 2
  6. Exercise 2 Solution
  7. Exercise 2 Atomic arrangement
  8. Exercise 3
  9. Exercise3 solution
  10. Exercise 4 Defects
  11. Exercise 5 Diffusion
  12. Exercise 4 
  13. Exercise 4 solution
  14. Exercise 6 Mechanical propeties
  15. Exercise 5
  16. Exercise 5 solution
  17. Exercise 7 Thermal properties
  18. Exercise 6 
  19. Exercise 6 solution
  20. Exercise 8 Eletrical Coductivity
  21. Exercise 7
  22. Exercise 7 solution
  23. Exercise 9 Phase Diagrams
  24. Exercise 8
  25. Exercise 8 solution
  26.  Phase Diagram of Naphthalene-DPA 
  27. Exercise 10 Preparation for the Exam 

Recommended Literature:

  •  A. F.Wells, Structural Inorganic Chemistry
  •  A. R. West Solid State chemistry
  •  Basic Solid State chemistry
  •  Adams D.M. Inorganic solids
  •  J.C. Phillips Bonds and Bands in Semiconductors
  •  Shriver, D. F. & Duward F. Inorganic chemistry
  •  Greenwood N.N. Chemistry of Elements
  •  J. I. Gersten, F. W. Smith The physics and chemistry of materials
  •  W. D. Callister Fundamentals of materials science and engineering