Metals and Solid-State Materials Lecture
The materials available for making tools and weapons, houses and skyscrapers, computers and lasers have had a profound effect on the development of human civilization. Indeed, archaeologists organize early human history in terms of materials—the Stone Age, in which only natural materials such as wood and stone were available; the Bronze Age, in which implements were made of copper alloyed with tin; and the Iron Age, in which orna- ments, weapons, and tools were made of iron.
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES OF THE LECTURE:
- Sources of the Metallic elements Metallurgy
- Iron and Steel
- Bonding in Metals Semiconductors
- Semiconductor applications Superconductors
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