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Materials Science: A Field of Diverse Industrial Applications provides a comprehensive overview of recent developments in new materials and their applications across various fields. In the book, the author unravels the fascinating world of materials, from traditional metals and ceramics to the latest advancements in nanomaterials and biomaterials. With clarity and expertise, the book navigates readers through the fundamental principles of materials science, illustrating their role as the bedrock of modern technology and industrial progress.

Understanding the diverse industrial applications of materials science: Materials Science A Field of Diverse Industrial Applications

Sharjah, U.A.E. | Posted on July 21st, 2023

With ten chapters from reputed experts in materials chemistry, the book covers a wide range of topics including thin-film nanomaterials (including chalcogenide, zinc oxide and barium fluoride thin films), multiferroic nanoceramics, synthetic nanofibers, and polymer electrolytes. The content is divided into three sections, covering modified materials, functionalized nanomaterials, and the role of nanomaterials and modified materials in waste removal, chemical synthesis, and energy production.

Key features of the book include:

Multidisciplinary Insights: As an interdisciplinary field, materials science draws from physics, chemistry, engineering, and biology. The book seamlessly integrates these perspectives to offer a holistic understanding of materials and their applications.
Advanced Materials: Discover the extraordinary potential of advanced materials, such as graphene, shape-memory alloys, and self-healing polymers, and how they are revolutionizing industries, including aerospace, electronics, healthcare, and renewable energy.
Sustainable Solutions: "Materials Science" emphasizes the importance of sustainable practices, exploring eco-friendly materials and their role in mitigating environmental challenges.
Industrial Case Studies: Engaging case studies showcase real-world applications of materials science, demonstrating its impact on enhancing product performance, longevity, and safety across diverse industries.
Future Outlook: The book offers a visionary outlook on emerging trends and future developments in materials science, providing readers with a glimpse of the exciting possibilities on the horizon.
This book is an essential resource for readers of all levels in materials science, nanotechnology, and related fields who want to stay updated with recent advancements and their industrial applications. It also serves as a reference for advanced materials science courses.

For more information about the book or to acquire a copy, please visit: https://bit.ly/3Ow4vC9
About Author:

Arti Srivastava, a distinguished scholar in the field of Chemistry, hails from the esteemed Department of Chemistry at Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya in Bilaspur, India. Through her extensive work and commitment to the field, Arti Srivastava continues to inspire fellow researchers and students alike, leaving an indelible mark on the scientific community.

Mridula Tripathi is a prominent academician and researcher based in the Department of Chemistry at C.M.P. Degree College, University of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Kalpana Awasthi is a distinguished scholar and esteemed faculty member in the Department of Physics at K. N. Govt. P.G. College, affiliated with Purvanchal University in Uttar Pradesh, India. With a deep-rooted passion for the realm of Physics, she has devoted herself to advancing knowledge and scientific exploration. Her affiliation with K. N. Govt. P.G. College underscores her commitment to academic excellence and nurturing the minds of aspiring physicists

Subhash Banerjee is a distinguished academician and esteemed member of the Department of Chemistry at Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, a Central University located in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India.

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