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Course Code PHY200 Course Category Course Title MATERIAL SCIENCE Courses with conceptual focus Course Planner 13563::Neeraj Kumar Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 0.0 0.0 3.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title The Science and Engineering of Materials Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 Title Introduction to Solid State Physics Mechanics of Materials Author Charles Kittel Andrew Pytel and Jaan Kiusalaas Edition 8th 2nd Year 2012 2012 Publisher Name Wiley Cengage Learning Author Donald R. Askeland etc. Edition 6th Year 2012 Publisher Name Cengage Learning

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 RW-2 RW-3 RW-4 RW-5 RW-6 RW-7 RW-8 RW-9 RW-10 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/bulk-modulus-elasticity-d_585.html http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/modulus-rigidity-d_946.html http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/mass-spring-lab http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/semiconductor http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/band-structure http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/conductivity http://www.4physics.com/phy_demo/HookesLaw/HookesLaw.html http://plc.cwru.edu/tutorial/enhanced/files/lc/light/light.htm http://tutor-homework.com/Physics_Help/polarized_light.html http://www.doitpoms.ac.uk/tlplib/miller_indices/lattice_draw.php Salient Features Bulk modulus Shear modulus Simulation to verify Hooke's Law Simulation on n and p type semiconductors simulation to show band structure simulation on conductivity and energy levels of materials Simulation on Hooke's law Polarization of light Simulation on polarization of light To draw Miller indices

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE 7 6

software and Virtual Labs Basic idea about classification of materials Atomic number and atomic mass Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. packing factor.4/72-73 PPT with images Lecture 8 T-1:3. covalent.3/page 6-9 and Art 1.2/27-28 to know different categories of materials To know concept of atomic number and atomic mass PPT with images Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Atomic Structure(The electronic structure of the atom) Atomic Structure(Atomic Bonding) Atomic Structure(Binding energy and Interatomic spacing) T-1:2.5/73-76 Directions in the unit cell significance of crystallographic directions RW-10 Construction of directions and planes Significance of Miller indices Images T-1:77-84 Simulation and Diagrams showing Miller indices Images Lecture 9 Miller indices and crystal structures(Interstitial sites) T-1:3. Planned Brainstorming Week 1 Lecture 1 Atomic Structure(Classification and Structure of materials) Atomic Structure(Structure of an atom) T-1:Art. short range and Difference between long range ordering short range and long range ordering Noncrystalline arrangements Crystal systems and Bravais lattices coordination number.6/84-86 Types of interstitial sites Different types of interstitial sites .3/62-72 PPT with images PPT with images Week 3 Lecture 7 Atomic and Ionic arrangements (Allotropic or polymorphic transformations) Miller indices and crystal structures(Points and directions in the unit cell) Miller indices and crystal structures(Miller indices of planes in the unit cell) T-1:3. Lecture Description Relevant Websites. Long-range order ionic arrangements) Atomic and Ionic arrangements (Amorphous materials) Lecture 5 T-1:3.7/44-48 Electronic configuration Description of quantum Lecture cum numbers discussion Metallic.5/ page 12 T-1:2.6/41-43 T-1:2. hcp structure Allotropy in pure elements and polymorphism for compounds Difference between amorphous and crystalline materials Lattice and Basis concept Crystal structure and unit cells Materials having more than one structure Images T-1:3. ionic Different types of Images and van der waals bonds bonding between atoms concept of binding energy and stability Many forms of carbon to describe the stability Brainstorming of atoms How atomic structure affects material properties Slide show Week 2 Lecture 4 Atomic Structure(Relationship between the arrangement of atoms and materials properties) Atomic and Ionic arrangements (Short-range order vs.3/60-61 T-1:3.1/56-58 No order.Spill Over 2 Detailed Plan For Lectures Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings.2/58-60 Discussion Lecture 6 Atomic and Ionic arrangements (Lattice basis) Atomic and Ionic arrangements (Unit cells and crystal structure) T-1:3.3/29-31 T-1:2.5/34-41 T-1:2.1. Audio Visual Aids.

1/116-121 Diamond cubic structure covalent structures only Diffractometer Bragg law and its applications PPT Images vacancies.4/395-396 T-1:11. interstitial and to know different types Images substitutional defects of defects in crystal structure imperfections in a crystal Different types of dislocations Significance of different Significance of types of dislocations dislocations Relation between shear stress and normal stress Uses of Schimd law Images Discussion Lecture 14 Lecture 15 T-1:4.4/396 T-1:11.6/136-137 shear stress and normal Brainstorming stress Applications of Schimd Discussion Law Lecture 17 Lecture 18 Imperfections in the atomic arrangements(Surface defects) Imperfections in the atomic arrangements(Importance of defects) Week 7 Lecture 19 Mechanical properties of materials (Hooke’s law) Mechanical properties of materials (Young’s Modulus) Mechanical properties of materials (Bulk Modulus) Mechanical properties of materials (Shear modulus) Lecture 20 Mechanical properties of materials (Yield Strength) Mechanical properties of materials (Tensile Strength) Lecture 21 Mechanical properties of materials (Ductility) Mechanical properties of materials (Effect of temperature on StressStrain curve and tensile properties) T-1:4. optical and magnetic properties RW-3 RW-7 Relation between Stress and Strain Stiffness of an elastic material RW-1 Substance resistance to compression modulus of rigidity Uses of stress strain diagram Uses of stress strain diagram Uses of stress strain diagram types of surface defects Images significance of defects Discussion T-1:11. zinc Blende and spinel structure only ionic structures PPT Lecture 11 Lecture 12 Week 5 Lecture 13 T-1:94-95 T-1:3.7/137-143 T-1:4.2/387 T-1:11.4/398 R-1:page 86 T-1:11.7/86-89 Sodium chloride.Quiz.5/133-135 T-1:4.Test 2 boundaries and planes Effect of defects on mechanical.3/124-132 T-1:4.4/401 T-1:11.4/132-133 Week 6 Lecture 16 T-1:4. electrical.9/98-101 T-1:4.4/398 Relation between Stress Simulations and Strain Measure of Stiffness of Discussion an elastic material Measure of Substance resistance to compression Discussion T-1:11.4/402-403 RW-2 Relation between shear Discussion stress and shear strain yield strength and yield Brainstorming point Tensile strength of materials Ability of permanent deformation Brainstorming Brainstorming Discussion Effect of temperature on tensile properties mechanical properties variation with temperature .Week 4 Lecture 10 Miller indices and crystal structures(Crystal structures of ionic materials) Miller indices and crystal structures(Covalent structures) Miller indices and crystal structures(X-Ray diffraction) Imperfections in the atomic arrangements(Point defects) Imperfections in the atomic arrangements(Dislocations) Imperfections in the atomic arrangements(Significance of dislocations) Imperfections in the atomic arrangements(Schmid’s law) Imperfections in the atomic arrangements(Influence of crystal structure) T-1:3.8/143-146 Term Paper.

9/794 T-1:20.3/773-776 Effect of electronic Dependence of structure on conductivity conductivity on different factors RW-4 Intrinsic and extrinsic Doping in pure semiconductors T-1:20.11/799-802 Effect of polarization Hysteresis .9/794 T-1:20.4/777-783 T-1:20.1/764 Derivation from basic form of OHMs law RW-6 conductivity and resistivity Relation between mobility and conductivity RW-5 Schematic of band structures Relation between current density and conductivity significance of conductivity Demonstration T-1:20.2/769-772 Concept of conduction Explanation of band band and valence band structure by using a simulation Discussion T-1:20.5/785-787 T-1:20.4/784 Simulation on types of semiconductors PPT Difference between Change in momentum direct and Indirect in a transition Bandgap Semiconductors BJT and FET Methods of deposition Ions and polymers conduction Hard and soft insulators Definition of dielectrics electric polarization in dielectrics Term Paper.8/792-794 Uses of semiconductors Lecture cum demonstration Thin films Applications of ionically conductive oxides Breakdown electric fields Dielectric nature Dielectric constant PPT with images PPT T-1:20.Quiz.11/799-802 Development of mechanical strain Effect of Stress Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion on applications part Lecture cum discussion on applications part T-1:20.1/766-769 simulation to explain conductivity Significance of mobility Discussion T-1:20.10/795-799 Discussion Explanation with Examples Images T-1:20.7/790-792 T-1:20.1/765 T-1:20.11/799-802 T-1:20.Test 1 Effect of polarization Effect of polarization T-1:20.Week 7 Lecture 21 Mechanical properties of materials (The tensile strength and toughness) T-1:11.4/400 Uses of stress strain diagram to define toughness Brainstorming MID-TERM Week 8 Lecture 22 Electronic Materials I(Modified form of Ohm's Law) Electronic Materials I(Electrical conductivity) Electronic Materials I(Mobility and conductivity of semiconductors) Lecture 23 Electronic Materials I(Band structure of solids) Electronic Materials I (Conductivity of metals and alloys) Lecture 24 Electronic Materials I (Semiconductors and their types) Electronic Materials I(Direct and Indirect Bandgap Semiconductors) Week 9 Lecture 25 Lecture 26 Electronic Materials I(Applications of semiconductors) Electronic Materials II(Deposition of thin films) Electronic Materials II(Conduction in Polymers and Ionic materials) Lecture 27 Electronic Materials II(Insulators) Electronic Materials II(Dielectric properties) Electronic Materials II (Polarization in dielectrics) Week 10 Lecture 28 Electronic Materials II (Electrostriction) Electronic Materials II (Piezoelectricity) Electronic Materials II (Ferroelectricity) T-1:20.

4/818-819 Effect of magnetization T-1:21.2/851-855 RW-8 RW-9 T-1:22.2/844-850 T-1:22.2/812-814 T-1:21. Permanent devices etc Term Paper.1/812 Types of magnetic materials Structure of atoms and magnetic behavior Permanent magnets PPT T-1:21.1/844 T-1:22.6/823 Magnetic Domains Domains behavior to PPT with images external magnetic field Discussion Effect of temperature on Transition from magnetization ferromagnetic to paramagnetic nature M Versus H and B versus H loop Electromagnets.7/824-830 Week 12 Lecture 34 Lecture 35 Magnetic Materials II(Metallic and ceramic magnetic materials) Photonic Materials(The electromagnetic spectrum) Photonic Materials(Reflection and Refraction) T-1:21.Week 10 Lecture 29 Magnetic Materials I (Classification of magnetic materials) Magnetic Materials I(Magnetic dipoles and moments) Magnetic Materials I (Magnetization) Magnetic Materials I(Magnetic Susceptibility) T-1:21.4/817-818 Bohr Magneton PPT Images Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion on applications part Lecture cum discussion on applications part Lecture cum discussion on applications part Effect external magnetic Induction due to field external field Permeability and Susceptibility Effect of magnetization Response to external magnetic field Response to external magnetic field Response to external magnetic field Response to external magnetic field Lecture 30 Magnetic Materials I(Diamagnetic and Paramagnetic materials) Magnetic Materials I (Ferromagnetic and Ferrimagnetic materials) Magnetic Materials I (Superparamagnetic materials) Week 11 Lecture 31 T-1:21.Test 3 Magnetic Alloys. Ferrimagnetic ceramic materials Maxwell Rainbow Snells law and Reflectivity T-1:21.4/819-820 Effect of magnetization Lecture 32 Magnetic Materials II(Domain structure of materials) Magnetic Materials II(Curie temperature) Magnetic Materials II(Hysteresis Loop in magnetic substances) T-1:21. transmission or Refelction Selective optical behavior .3/814-817 T-1:21.5/820-823 Coercivity and Residual Lecture cum magnetization discussion on applications part Uses of magnetic materials in forming various devices Magnetostriction Demonstration of applications part Lecture 33 Magnetic Materials II(Applications of magnetic materials) T-1:21.3/814-817 T-1:21.8/830-836 Lecture cum discussion on applications part Discussion Discussion and demonstration Discussion Explanation of polarization by using a simulation PPT with Images Lecture 36 T-1:22.5/821 T-1:21. Data storage.3/857 Concept of photon Refractive index Week 13 Lecture 37 Photonic Materials(Absorption and Transmission) Photonic Materials(Polarization of light) Intensity after absorption Linear absorption and transmission coefficient Introduction only Polarizati of light Lecture 38 Photonic Materials(Selective absorption) Selective absorption.Quiz.

10 marks reserved for short questions. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Individual Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 4/6 Test 1 To judge analytical skills of students Test should be taken in Lecture number.Viva Quiz 1 To develop the logical ability of students A MCQ based test of 30 questions based on syllabus from lecture Individual number 22 to lecture number 33. 10 . LED. It may include a section of short questions: 1 to 2 marks each but all questions should not be of this nature.Week 13 Lecture 39 Photonic Materials(Uses of emission phenomena) T-1:22. Total 30 marks. 27. Final Viva will be taken in Lecture no. 15 . Syllabus of test will be upto lecture no. Luminescence.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.7/90 T-1:3. 2/9 List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper) . Lasers and Thermal emission Applications using emission phenomena Discussion on applications part SPILL OVER Week 14 Lecture 40 Lecture 41 T-1:3. NOTE:. Max. 5review before MTE.Final written report. X rays.7/89 Fluorite Structure Cesium chloride structure FCC Ionic structure Images Body centered structure Images Scheme for CA: Component Term Paper. 0.Quiz. A MCQ test of 30 questions (1 mark each).4/858-867 Gamma rays. 15 only All questions of 5 marks each or in multiples of 5.Special emphasis has to be given on materials used in the devices mentioned in topics.Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20 Details of Academic Task(s) AT No. 8 / 12 Term Paper 1 To improve the writing skills of students A report on a topic for which one review before MTE will be Individual taken.

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