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Materials Science on CD-ROM E-Learning Learning Resources

 A decade ago, the Materials Science-based software development organisation, MATTER (http://www.matter.org.uk/) produced a CD-ROM entitled “Materials Science on CD-ROM” (http://www.matter.org.uk/matscicdrom/). The CD-ROM is an award-winning piece of software for teachers and students of materials science, engineering and related subjects, and contains a vast amount of learning material.

A number of key modules from the CD-ROM have now been converted for use in online distance learning or in a Virtual Learning Environment, including:

  • Introduction to Crystallography
  • Introduction to Electrons in Crystals
  • Introduction to Point Defects
  • Introduction to Phase Diagrams
  • Introduction to Electron Microscopes

These are available for viewing or download from the links below.  

The original CD-ROM is still available to order from the MATTER website (http://www.matter.org.uk/matscicdrom/).


Introduction to Crystallography

3-D Crystallography | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Crystal Structures | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Indexing Directions and Planes | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

*For import into a VLE

 

Introduction to Electrons in Crystals

Introduction to Energy Levels | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Electron Atom Interactions | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Lasers | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Density of States | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Conduction | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

*For import into a VLE

Introduction to Point Defects

Vacancies | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Interstitials | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

*For import into a VLE

Introduction to Phase Diagrams

Phase Diagrams from Thermal Analysis | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Alloy Constitution | View as Webpageopens new window | Download as Content Pacakge* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Simple Alloy Systems | View as Webpageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Eutectic Alloy Systems | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package* | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

*For import into a VLE

Introduction to Electron Microscopes

Introduction | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM) | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM) | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopes (STEM) | View as Web Pageopens new window | Download as Content Package | Preview as Content Packageopens new window

*For import into a VLE

 

 

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  • Page Updated 01/02/2011