Material Science

Metal & Ceramic Science

Metal & Ceramic Science

Description

Ceramics are heat resistant nonmetallic, inorganic materials that encompass a wide range of structures from amorphous to polycrystalline or even single crystals. They are typically very hard but rigid, and tend to break under mechanical stress. Metal & ceramics science uses such products like metal alloys, ceramics, high purity metals and metal oxides as well as other binary and ternary metal compounds. These materials are used in discovery and development of thermoelectrics, magnetic alloys, magnetic refigeration, carbon nanotubes, fulerenes and etc.

Types

Ceramic Scienceinorganic materialsMetal Science
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Science area and industry sectors

SynthesisElectronic, optical, magnetic materials

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