Former Fellow publishes new book in materials science and chemistry

Mar 1, 2021 | Fellows, IAS News, Publications, Transformations (issue 2)

Published by Cambridge University Press, Professor Tom Vogt used his IAS Fellowship in early 2018 to focus on this graduate teaching publication with Durham’s Professor John Evans (Chemistry), Professor Patrick Woodward from Ohio State University, who also took up a sabbatical at Durham during 2018, and Professor Pavel Karen, from the University of Oslo.

The book emphasizes the links between structure, defects, bonding, and properties throughout, and provides an integrated treatment of a wide range of materials, including crystalline, amorphous, organic and nano- materials. Boxes on synthesis methods, characterization tools, and technological applications distil specific examples and support student understanding of materials and their design. The first six chapters cover the fundamentals of extended solids, while later chapters explore a specific property or class of material, building a coherent framework for students to master core concepts with confidence, and for instructors to easily tailor the coverage to fit their own single semester course. With mathematical details given only where they strengthen understanding, 400 original figures and over 330 problems for hands-on learning, this accessible textbook is ideal for courses in chemistry and materials science.

Full details and how to purchase can be found here.

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