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MSE 280: Introduction to Engineering Materials “Because without materials, there is no engineering.”

MSE 280: Introduction to Engineering Materials “Because without materials, there is no engineering.”

MSE 280: Introduction to Engineering Materials “Because without materials, there is no engineering.” Instructor: Prof. Duane D. Johnson Office: 312E MSEB Scope: Provide an introduction to the science and engineering of materials (e.g., metals, ceramics, polymers, and semiconductors).

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Electrolytes

Electrolytes

Electrolytes. Solutes whose solutions does not conduct electricity are nonelectrolytes . These solution are composed of molecules or are pure water. Ionic salts dissolved in water are strong electrolytes . Some solutes are poor conductors and are known as weak electrolytes .

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Elements,Compounds and Mixtures

Elements,Compounds and Mixtures

Elements,Compounds and Mixtures. Mixtures. Consist of a physical blend of two or more substances. They contain a variable composition Most materials found in nature are mixtures. EX. Air, stew, blood. Mixtures.

By zack
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Applications of Energy to The Real World

Applications of Energy to The Real World

Applications of Energy to The Real World. A TAKS Tutorial. Energy causes Change. The sun radiates light and heat energy. At night, street lights convert electrical energy to light. As a car drives by, it is making power from gasoline - stored energy.

By mai
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HEAT TRANSFER: CONDUCTION

HEAT TRANSFER: CONDUCTION

HEAT TRANSFER: CONDUCTION. DUNMAN SECONDARY SCHOOL Science (Physics). Some Expectations. Respect Others Respect the School Humility. Work Ethic. DO participate and ask questions. For order in class, raise your hand when asking a question. BRING all specified books.

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HEAT ENERGY

HEAT ENERGY

HEAT ENERGY. What is HEAT? Form of energy and measured in JOULES Particles move about more and take up more room if heated – this is why things expand if heated It is also why substances change from: solids liquids gases when heated.

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Chemical Bonds:

Chemical Bonds:

Chemical Bonds: the attractive (intramolecular) forces, ie.“ the glue” , strong enough to maintain a group of atoms together for an indefinite amount of time. There are three basic types of bonds: Ionic, Covalent, & Metallic. Bonding. Bonds. “glue”. Ionic. Covalent. Metallic .

By ikia
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Evaporation and condensation

Evaporation and condensation

Evaporation and condensation. Individual molecules can change phase any time Evaporation: Energy required to overcome phase cohesion Higher energy molecules near the surface can then escape Condensation: Gas molecules near the surface lose KE to liquid molecules and merge.

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Electrolytes

Electrolytes

Electrolytes. Solutes whose solutions does not conduct electricity are nonelectrolytes . These solution are composed of molecules or are pure water. Ionic salts dissolved in water are strong electrolytes . Some solutes are poor conductors and are known as weak electrolytes .

By brandi
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Particle model of solids, liquids and gases

Particle model of solids, liquids and gases

Particle model of solids, liquids and gases. Visit www.worldofteaching.com For 100’s of free powerpoints. How do materials conduct heat energy?. Uses of conductors and insulators. Uses of conductors and insulators. Liquids are poor conductors of heat energy.

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The Periodic Table of Elements

The Periodic Table of Elements

The Periodic Table of Elements. Elements. Science has come along way since Aristotle’s theory of Air , Water , Fire , and Earth . Scientists have identified 92 Natural elements , and created about 28 others. Elements.

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Science Module

Science Module

Science Module. 8 th Grade. TABLE THE DISCUSSION. TAKS Objective 3. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the structures and properties of matter. TEKS Science Concepts 8.9. The student knows that substances have chemical and physical properties. The student is expected to:

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Periodic Table

Periodic Table

Periodic Table. A Work in Progress. History. 1817 German chemist Johann Dobereiner Triads of similar chemical properties 1864 John Newlands – English Law of Octaves 1869 Dmitri Mendeleev – Russian Cards, left holes where he thought elements should be Dutch Anton van den Broek

By jacob
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CHAPTER 2 INTERATOMIC FORCES

CHAPTER 2 INTERATOMIC FORCES

CHAPTER 2 INTERATOMIC FORCES. What kind of force holds the atoms together in a solid?. Interatomic Binding. All of the mechanisms which cause bonding between the atoms derive from electrostatic interaction between nuclei and electrons.

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Introduction to the Periodic Table

Introduction to the Periodic Table

Introduction to the Periodic Table. Dmitri Mendeleev. The elements were first arranged in the periodic ta ble in 1869 by Dmitri Mendeleev.

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Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding. LET ’ S REVIEW…. How do atoms form chemical bonds?. Why do atoms form bonds?. By gaining, losing, or sharing electrons. To attain a noble gas configuration. A + B  AB. When a bond formed = energy is released = reaction is exothermic. B reaking a Bond

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THE PERIODIC TABLE

THE PERIODIC TABLE

THE PERIODIC TABLE. HISTORY. Late 18 th century: Lavoisier's list of 28 elements Early 19 th century: John Dalton's list of approximately 60 elements Döbereiner's "triads" of elements with related or similar properties; e.g., Ca, Sr and Ba

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THE PERIODIC TABLE

THE PERIODIC TABLE

THE PERIODIC TABLE. Dmitri Mendeleev. A Russian scientist who began to classify the 60 known elements of his time Worked with the indivisible model of an atom Atomic masses were known in comparison to hydrogen, which was set as "1".

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METALS, NONMETALS, METALLOIDS, & NOBLE GASES

METALS, NONMETALS, METALLOIDS, & NOBLE GASES

METALS, NONMETALS, METALLOIDS, & NOBLE GASES. FOUR SECTION FOLDABLE ADVANCED ORGANIZER. PROPERTIES OF METALS. Most elements are metals Metals are located left of the Zig Zag line Metals have few electrons in their outer energy level

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Electric Current & Ohm’s Law

Electric Current & Ohm’s Law

Electric Current & Ohm’s Law. Electric current. Rate (how fast) at which charges pass a given point Measured in Amperes or amps Current (I) Electrons moving in a wire make up current and provide energy. Two kinds of current:. Alternating current (AC)

By katy
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