Bonding in Metals

Bonding in Metals

Streaming Video - 2005
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This program begins with an examination of atomic structure-presented in terms of protons, neutrons, and electrons-and the idea that bonding is related to the filling of electron shells to create more stable particles. Examples of metals and their usefulness are presented, and the relationship between properties and structure is examined. Other processes demonstrated include the formation of metallic bonds by the delocalization of outer shell electrons; change of state from solids to liquids; cooling of molten metal to form crystals; and the effect of rate of cooling on metal materials.


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