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I’m studying for my Science class and need an explanation.


thank but i need the task  with references from books not only websites because i really need high mark in this Module  

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F/QAP/021/001 Course Work 1 Name of the programme BEng CAME, BEng POM, BEng MT Name of Module with Code Engineering Materials (M1H321539) Name of the Module Shetha Daniel Leader/Tutor Name of the course work CW 1 Major Assignment Assessment weightage 60% Date of submission 27/04/2014 Aim To enable students to describe the internal structure of atoms and molecules, the different types of crystals and defects within them. To understand how these defects affect s the mechanical properties of materials. Objective Comprehensive understanding of properties of materials, atomic bonding of atoms and imperfections. Solution of identification of structures. A. Knowledge and understanding of the topic • • • Demonstrate knowledge of acquisition of information. Demonstrate appropriate application of module knowledge. Demonstrate wider reading and comprehension of topic. B. Application and analysis of the topic (Module specific Skill) • • • Study and evaluate the mechanical properties for material selection. Study and evaluate the various bonding in crystal structures Evaluate the different types of imperfections in solids. C. The structure in terms of logic and coherence Submissions should have a clear start and a clear end. Information within submissions should also be logical and well grouped. Report structure, Abstract, Introduction & Referencing, Result Analysis, and Conclusion & Future works. D. The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading Suggestions for further reading are contained within the course work and indicated at the end of the course work. These reading lists are not exhaustive and candidates are encouraged to read further and reference at the end of the course work using Harvard style of referencing. Central Quality Office Rev:02 26th March 2013 1 F/QAP/021/001 Marking scheme Component Weightage Total Marks Knowledge and understanding of the topic 30% 30 Application and analysis of the topic (Module specific Skill) 35% 35 The structure in terms of logic and coherence 30% 30 The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading 5% 5 Please note all assignments shall subject to plagiarism software checks, “TURNITIN”. Plagiarism It is important to understand what plagiarism is and how it can be avoided. “Unacknowledged copying from published sources (including the internet) or incomplete referencing”. The following also constitute plagiarism: • Copying sections of work from a friend/colleague. • Having a friend/family member dictate something to you. • Copying and pasting from the internet without citing the source. • Copying directly from a study text quotation without citing the source. Quotations When using quotations from books, websites or journal articles you should cite the author and the year of publication then use the quote in quotation marks. Paraphrasing Paraphrasing is where you encapsulate another person’s original idea, argument or conclusion in your own words. It is still necessary to attribute those ideas to the author, and you can do this by using the formatting outlined above for direct quotations, taking care to include the author’s surname and the year of publication. Collaboration We acknowledge that you may undertake joint study with colleagues or as part of a formal training programme. However, working with another person to write assignments is not acceptable. Your answers must be your own and in your own words. Referencing Harvard Referencing (CCE Style) First Edition 2013 should be followed for both in-text and listing references. This downloadable document can be found in our CCE portal at: Central Quality Office Rev:02 26th March 2013 2 F/QAP/021/001 Indicative reference: William D. Callister Jr., and David G. Rethwisch.,2010. Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction.8th ed. John Wiley and Sons Smith W.and Javad H., 2009. Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering. 5th ed. McGraw-Hill Publications. William F. Smith, 1995. Principles of Materials Science and Engineering, McGraw Hill College; 3rd Sub-edition, McGraw Hill College. Instructions 1. Plagiarism is a serious offence. In case of any plagiarism detected, penalty will be imposed leading to zero mark. 2. Course work and reports should be solved by the individual/group. 3. Course work and reports should be submitted on time and submission after deadline will be marked zero. 4. Course work should be submitted with an appropriate cover page, which can be obtained from the departmental assistant at the department. 5. Name, student identification and title of the course work to be written clearly and legibly on the cover page. 6. The completed course work is to be submitted to the departmental assistant on or before the deadline and record your name, date of submission and signature in the book with the departmental assistant. Grading of Course work BSc (GCU) Programmes BEng (GCU) Programmes BSc (VITU) Programme Excellent contribution 70% and above Outstanding Contribution 90% and above Excellent Contribution 80% and above Good Contribution 60% - 69% Excellent Contribution 80%-89% Very Good Contribution 70%-79% Average Contribution 50% - 59% Very Good Contribution 70%-79% Good Contribution 60%-69% Adequate Contribution 40% - 49% Good Contribution 60%-69% Satisfactory Contribution 50%-59% Inadequate Contribution 30% - 39% Satisfactory Contribution 50%-59% Inadequate Contribution 40%-49% Not meeting the outcomes Less than 30% Fail 40%-49% Not meeting the outcomes Less than 40% Name and Signature of Module leader Shetha Daniel ------------------------------------------------- Central Quality Office Date:29/01/2014 Rev:02 26th March 2013 3 F/QAP/021/001 The atomic structure was a triumph to science in general. In the late 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, the discovery of the subatomic particles, the electron and the proton and the neutron shed light on the particles that constitute the atoms. This task is related to the atomic structure studies. Task 1: 1) Discuss how are elements, compounds, neutrons, protons, atomic number ,mass number and isotopes are related under structure and bonding (15 marks) (Information should include the interrelationship between the structure and bonding in elements all in detail) 2) Consider the element selenium. Samples of natural selenium contain 6 stable isotopes. In terms of atomic structure; explain what theses isotopes have in common and how they differ from each other. (15 marks) (Information should include all the details about the 6 isotopes) 3) Hydrogen peroxide has both a higher viscosity and a higher boiling temperature than water. Discuss some factors about this behavior with the help of principles of atomic structure. (Report should contain at least 5 reasons) (10 marks) The ozone layer refers to a region of Earth's stratosphere that absorbs most of the Sun's UV radiation. It contains high concentrations of ozone (O3) relative to other parts of the atmosphere, although it is still very small relative to other gases in the stratosphere. The ozone layer is mainly found in the lower portion of the stratosphere, from approximately 20 to 30 kilometers above Earth. Task 2: 1) Some of the oxygen in the atmosphere is in the form of ozone (O3). Scientist believe that chlorine radicals are destroying ozone.Collect information about chlorine radicals and chlorine molecule. (15 marks) (Information should include details about chlorine radicals and chlorine molecule in detail. 2) Discuss the principal steps in stratospheric ozone depletion caused by human activities and collect information on how the emissions from human activities lead to ozone depletion? (Information should include at least 10 factors all in detail) Central Quality Office Rev:02 26th March 2013 (15 marks) 4 F/QAP/021/001 The modern periodic table is arranged into blocks of elements based on their electronic configuration. There are different types of elements available in the periodic table. Task 3: 1) From the periodic table choose any element and describe the types of bonding orbitals and bonds that comprise C-C and C=C bonds. (15 marks) (Information should include details of both single and double bond) 2) Discuss the desirable material properties of that chosen element. (15 marks) (Report should contain at least 10 material properties) [Each task should contain minimum of 500 words and not exceed 1000 words. Report is evaluated on the basis of collection of literature, provision of Technical details, supported with appropriate photos and references in the prescribed format] FORMAT FOR CW 1 Students are advised to strictly adhere to the specification and format suggested. The report must be neatly typed using any word processing software package. Paper: o White A4 sheet, typed on only one side o Margin: 1 inch on all four sides Font and size: o Main Heading: Arial Bold, size 12 o Sub Heading: Arial Bold, size 11 o Body text: Arial, size 11 o Figure and Table captions: Arial, size 11 o Page numbers at the bottom right hand side – Page X of Y format is recommended. Paragraph alignments: o Paragraphs – justified o Line spacing – 1.5 line spacing Binding: o Soft cover; spiral / comb bound Central Quality Office Rev:02 26th March 2013 5 ...
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