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Materials Science Bachelor Information
4. Semester
Basic Courses Part 2
Examination Block 3
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
327-0401-00LMaterials Science II
Planned to be offered for the last time in FS 2021.
O3 credits3GD. Opris, J. Kübler
AbstractPhysical properties and fracture mechanics of brittle materials.
Introduction to polymers.
ObjectiveThe composition and microstructures of the most important ceramic materials are introduced. Microstructures and heterogenous phase equilibria and the properties of the four most important structural ceramics and glass are given. An introduction to fracture mechanics of brittle materials will allow to predict the survival probabilities and life time of components under static and dynamic load.

To achieve a basic understanding for what polymers are like, how one can make them accessible and characterize them and, finally, which properties result from their chemical structure.
ContentThe basics of the chemical bonds of ceramics and glass will be presented. Heterogenous phase equilibria and the properties of the four most important structural ceramics are given. An introduction to fracture mechanics of brittle materials will allow to predict the survival probabilities and life time of components under static and dynamic load.

This introductory course discusses definitions, introduces types of polyreactions, and compares chain and step-growth polymerizations. It also treats the constitution of homo- and copolymers and networks as well as the configuration and conformation of polymers. Topics of interest are contour length, coil formation, the mobility in polymers, glass temperature, rubber elasticity, molecular weight distribution, energetics of polyreactions, and examples for polyreactions (polyadditions, polycondensations, polymerizations). Selected polymerization mechanisms and procedures are discussed. Some methods of molecular weight determination are introduced.
Lecture notesFor ceramics see: Link
Literature- Physical Ceramics; Y.-M. Chiang, D. Birnie, D. Kingery, Wiley, 1997.
- Neue keramische Werkstoffe; L. Michalowski (Hrsg.), Deutscher Verlag für Grundstoffindustrie, Leipzig und Stuttgart, 1994.
- Modern Ceramic Engineering; David Richerson, Ed. 2, Dekker, 1992.
- Introduction to Ceramics; W.D.Kingery, H.K.Bowen, D.K.Uhlmann, Ed. 2, Wiley, 1976.

L. Mandelkern „An Introduction to Macromolecules“, Springer 1972 (ISBN 0-387-90045-4)

J. M. G. Cowie “Polymers: Chemistry and Physics of Modern Materials”, Int. Textbook Comp. Ltd. Aylesbury (ISBN 0.7002 0222 6)

Both literatures will be made available in the course upon request.
Prerequisites / NoticeIn the first part of the lecture the bases are obtained for structural ceramics.

The second part of this lecture gives an introduction to polymers, their composition and properties.
327-0403-00LChemistry IV
Planned to be offered for the last time in FS 2021.
O4 credits3GP. J. Walde, W. R. Caseri
AbstractDeepening of knowledge in inorganic and organic chemistry
ObjectiveDeepening of knowledge in inorganic and oragnic chemistry
ContentNomenclature, stereochemistry, covalent bonds, ionic bonds, coordination bonds, hydrogen bonds, the most relevant reactions and reaction mechanisms
Lecture noteswill be distributed during the course
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