Materials Chemistry and Physics

Materials Chemistry along with Physics deals with the structure, properties, processing and performance of materials. Applied physics is intended for a particular technological or practical use of materials. Materials characterization is a broad and general process by which a material's structure and properties are probed and measured. Materials characterization usually done by the major techniques like Microscopy, spectroscopy, macroscopic testing. The scale of the structures observed in materials characterization ranges from angstroms, such as in the imaging of individual atoms and chemical bonds, up to centimeters, such as in the imaging of coarse grain structures in metals.

Materials Management and engineering focus on improving what materials are made of and how they are made. New materials enable better performance and sustainable technologies. It is always new materials that open the door to new technologies, whether they are in chemical, civil, construction, nuclear, aeronautical, agricultural, mechanical, and biomedical or electrical engineering. In this the mechanics of materials are evaluated for the better performance of the newly designed materials and general areas of dynamics of particles and rigid bodies and the mechanics of deformable solids. Strength of materials is also analysed for the future prospective and effective material construction like Organic Lunimophores and so on. Creating competitive advantage through material technologies and developments which lead to new applications comes under Functional Materials Chemistry. The concept of Materials Science and physics involves certain materialistic methodologies such as materials science quantum mechanics and other related concepts.

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The availability of structural materials that can operate at extreme values of temperature, stress and strain, pressure, radiation flux, and chemical reactivity is the principal limiting factor in the performance of many energy systems. The design space of modern structural materials is huge—much too complex to explore by trial and error. Predictive modelling is needed to guide experiments in the most productive directions, to accelerate design and testing, and to understand performance. State-of the-art computational tools allow scientists to calculate from first principles the interactions that dominate microstructural behaviour, while experimental tools can now provide time resolved measurements on real materials to validate these models. This integration of theory, simulation, and experiment will accelerate materials discovery and innovation. Key to achieving these advances is verification, validation, and uncertainty quantification of the computer models. Physical measurements must be made at relevant length and time scales and compared directly with theory and simulation.

  • Applied physics
  • Materials characterization techniques
  • Material engineering
  • Mechanics of materials
  • Functional materials
  • Materials science and physics
  • Acoustic metamaterials

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