Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes, and Systems
Covers engineering materials, production systems, and manufacturing processes, emphasizing manufacturing science and quantitative analysis of manufacturing processes, with even treatment of materials beyond an emphasis on metals. Chapters on materials identify the principle manufacturing processes for the given material, while processing chapters o.
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Transferred electron Sodium Fluorine FIGURE 2.3 The sodium fluoride molecule,
formed by the transfer of the extra electron of the sodium atom to complete the
outer orbit of the fluorine atom. characteristics. A discussion of these rules is ...
(b) Diamond FIGURE 2.5 Two examples of covalent bonding: (a) fluorine gas, of
sodium and fluorine to form sodium fluoride (Figure 2.3) illustrates this form of
atomic bond. Sodium chloride (table salt) is a more common example. Because
These dipole forces provide a net inter- molecular bonding within the material.
London forces involve attractive forces between nonpolar molecules; that is, the
atoms in the molecule do not form dipoles in the sense of the preceding
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