Volume 25, Nrs. 4-6, 2003


Book Reviews

Review: - “Contemporary Polymer Chemistry”, Third Edition,  by H.R. Allcock, F.W. Lampe and J.E. Mark,  Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003. page 109
W. Brostow
University of North Texas

Review: - “An Introduction to Materials Engineering and Science for Chemical and Materials Engineers”,  by B.S. Mitchell,  John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2004. page 111
J.A. Clum
University of Wisconsin - Madison



Models of Dislocations for Classroom [Final Version] page 113
R. Prasad
Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi

Tribology with Emphasis on Polymers:  Friction, Scratch Resistance and Wear page 119
W. Brostow1, J.-L. Deborde2, M. Jaclewicz3 and P. Olszynski4
1University of North Texas; 2Ruhr Universität, Germany; 3Concordia University, Montreal;4University of Leeds, U.K

Qualitative Assessment of a Composites Research Experience for Teachers page 133
Jed Lyons and Maryanne Banich
University of South Carolina

Introducing Mössbauer Spectroscopy to Undergraduate Students page 143
Monica Sorescu
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh

Thermal Properties of Polymers in Materials Science and Engineering Teaching – DSC Studies on Poly(ethylene terephthalate) page 151
João F. Mano
University of Minho, Portugal

Cooperative Learning Exercises in Materials Science and Engineering Instruction page 165
Brian S. Mitchell
Tulane University, New Orleans

Teaching Microfabrication Based Materials Processing Using Color Pictures from Dielectric Films page 179
A.R. Hawkins, Ran Wang, M. Lowther and S.M. Schultz
Brigham Young University

Materials Science for the Non-Science Major page 189
Kristi L. Miller1 and Carl C. Wamser2
1,2Portland State University; and 2Sunset High School, Portland


Author Index,  Volumes 22 – 25   page 209


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