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Engineering Material

1. Thomson Plum Pudding Model (1911)2. Electrical Engineering Materials3. What is an Atom?4. Atomic Energy Levels5. Classification of Engineering Materials6. Classification of Electrical Engineering Materials7. Electron Configuration of Atom8. Physical Properties of Materials 9. Mechanical Properties of Engineering Materials10. Rutherford Atomic Model11. Bohrs Atomic Model 12. Chemical Properties of Materials13. Energy Bands in Crystals14. Electrical Properties of Engineering Materials15. Fermi Dirac Distribution Function16. Magnetic Properties of Engineering Materials17. Thermionic Emission 18. Selection of Material for Engineering Application19. Bases of Existence of Properties in Materials20. Quantum Numbers21. Low Resistivity or High Conductivity of Conducting Material22. High Resistivity or Low Conductivity Conducting Material23. Factors Effecting the Resistivity of Electrical Materials 24. Materials Used for Heating Elements25. Materials Used for Precious Works26. Materials Used for Transmission Line Conductor27. Electrical Stranded Conductors28. Electrical Conductor29. Materials used for Rheostats30. Materials for Lamp Filaments31. Classification of Electrical Conducting Materials32. Applications of Carbon Materials in Electrical Engineering33. Selection of Materials Used for Electrical Contacts34. Bimetals35. Ionic Polarization36. Piezoelectricity37. Dielectric Materials38. Mechanism of Polarization39. Dielectric Material as an Electric Field Medium40. Orientational Polarization41. Electric Arc Furnace42. Thermal Conductivity of Metals43. Free Electron Theory of Metals44. Magnetostriction45. Antiferroelectricity46. Ferroelectric Materials47. Electronic Polarization48. Ferromagnetic Materials49. What is Superconductivity?50. Properties of Superconductors