Crystallography in Material Science

Material Science is the application of physics and various branches to describe the properties of materials. It is a combination of Physical sciences such as solid mechanics, solid state physics, and materials science. Crystallography is used by materials scientists to characterize different materials. In a form of crystals, the drawbacks of crystalline arrangement of atoms are easily visible to see macroscopically, as the natural shapes of the crystals will reflect the atomic structure. Materials Science in chemistry includes the synthesis of different crystals and study of materials that have very useful magnetic, optical, electronic and mechanical properties. Material science has a broad range of applications like includes composites ceramics and polymer materials. Some materials that have been analysed crystallographic ally, such as proteins, do not occur naturally as crystals. Basically all these types of molecules are kept in solution and are made to slowly crystallize by the vapour diffusion method. Materials Science role in crystallography is a scientific discipline used to find the properties of different crystals and also expanding to crystals, composite materials, surround polymers, ceramics, and biomaterials. It also involves in the recent discovery, development and designing of new materials.

  • Materials Characterization
  • Functional materials
  • Material structures
  • Molecular crystals
  • Structural materials
  • Materials Synthesis and processing
  • Soft materials and polymers
  • Engineering applications of materials
  • Materials Chemistry and Physics

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