A Pechenik ., R.K. Kalia,Vashishta Priya, editors, “Computer-aided design of high- temperature materials (Topics in physical chemistry)” Oxford University Press, 1999, 538pp
This volume collects recent work from experimental and computational scientists on high-temperature materials and emphasizes the potential for collaboration. It features state-of-art materials modeling and recent experimental results
E.S. Machlin ., “An introduction to aspects of thermodynamics and kinetics relevant to materials science”, revised and updated edition, Giro Press, Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y., 1999
The book covers in several chapters topics of materials science required for seniors and graduate students
H.O.Pierson, “Handbook of chemical vapor deposition (CVD)-Principles, technology, and applications”, 2nd edition, Noyes Publications, New York, 1999; for fundamentals see chapters 1 to 3.
An up-to-date description of principles, technology and applications of CVD processes. Fundamentals of the process are described in chapters 1 to 3. Plasma and metallo-organic CVD – two major factors in the rapid growth of CVD market – are illustrated with many examples.
Lee Hae-Geon, “Chemical thermodynamics for metals and materials”, ICP Imperial College Press, London, 1999
A book of classical thermodynamics with CD-ROM for computer-aided learning. Primarily written for students and graduate materials engineers, it is useful as well for students of chemical sciences
TG Grimvall ., “Thermophysical properties of materials” enlarged and revised edition, North-Holland-Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, 1999, pp 424
A book in 19 chapters and 9 appendices which provides an overview in a specific field of materials science such as thermophysical phenomena. Written primarily for graduate students in condensed matter physics, metallurgy, inorganic chemistry or geophysical materials. Particularly useful chapters: 7, 12-14, 16 and 17.
N.Saunders and A.P Miodownik .,”CALPHAD- Calculation of Phase Diagrams. A comprehensive guide” Pergamon Materials Series, Pergamon/Elsevier Science, Oxford,1998, 479pp, 12 chapters