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On the average, all the electrical charges are neutralized throughout the crystal and bonding arises because the negative electrons act like a glue between the positive ion cores. This construct is called the free electron model of metallic bonding. Obviously, the bond strength increases as the ion cores and electron “gas” become more FIG. 2. Crystal structures of carbon. (A) Diamond (cubic). (B) Graphite (hexagonal). 2 25 BULK PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS tightly packed (until the inner electron orbits of the ions begin to overlap).
6). This behavior is typical of many materials, including glass, ceramics, graphite, very hard alloys (scalpel blades), and some polymers like polymethylmethacrylate (bone cement) and unmodiﬁed polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The number and size of defects, particularly pores, is the microstructural feature that most affects the strength of brittle materials. Jaws Specimen Jaws Plastic Deformation Base FIG. 7. Mechanical testing machine. or prismatic specimens are simply squeezed between ﬂat anvils. , West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959).
Skeggs, L. , and Leonards, J. R. (1948). Studies on an artiﬁcial kidney: preliminary results with a new type of continuous dialyzer. Science 108: 212. , and Lim, D. (1960). Hydrophilic gels for biological use. Nature 185: 117–118. tex] RATNER: Biomaterials Science Page: 22 C H A P T E R 1 Properties of Materials Evelyn Owen Carew, Francis W. Cooke, Jack E. Lemons, Buddy D. 1 INTRODUCTION held together by strong interatomic forces (Pauling, 1960). The electronic and atomic structures, and almost all the physical properties, of solids depend on the nature and strength of the interatomic bonds.
Biomaterials Science, Second Edition: An Introduction to Materials in Medicine by Buddy D. Ratner, Allan S. Hoffman, Frederick J. Schoen, Jack E. Lemons