Structure and Chemistry of Crystalline Solids

Author: Bodie Douglas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387366873
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Understandable by anyone concerned with crystals or solid state properties dependent on structure Presents a general system using simple notation to reveal similarities and differences among crystal structures More than 300 selected and prepared figures illustrate structures found in thousands of compounds

Structure and Chemistry of Crystalline Solids

Author: Bodie Douglas
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9781493938612
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Understandable by anyone concerned with crystals or solid state properties dependent on structure Presents a general system using simple notation to reveal similarities and differences among crystal structures More than 300 selected and prepared figures illustrate structures found in thousands of compounds

Structure and Chemistry of Crystalline Solids

Author: Bodie Douglas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN:
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Crystallographers have an elegant system using definitive notation for describing crystal structures, but it does not serve the needs of many others working with crystaline solids. Most chemists, metallurgists, mineralogists, geologists and workers in material sciences need a simpler system and notation for describing crystal structures. This book presents a widely applicable system with simple notation giving important information about the structure and the chemical environment of ions or molecules. It is easily understood and used by those concerned with structural similarities among similar compounds and applications dependent on structure-properties relationships. Most of the books on crystal structures are more than two decades old. This book addresses the needs of people working with crystal structures in chemistry, mineralogy, geology, metallurgy, and materials science.

Physical Chemistry of Solids

Author: H F Franzen
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 981450517X
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This book is about the underlying principles of symmetry, thermodynamics and electronic structure that pertain to crystalline solids. After years of teaching graduate students in the areas covered, the author has a good idea of what major notions of group theory and thermodynamics are useful to students of solid state chemistry, and of what fundamental concepts are necessary for a clear understanding. Thus the book deals with lattice symmetry, space groups, reciprocal space, Landau theory, X-ray diffraction, heterogeneous equilibria and simple band theory, in a rigorous and thorough treatment. Contents:IntroductionBravais LatticesSpace Group SymmetryReciprocal SpaceIrreducible Representations of Space GroupsLandau TheoryThermodynamics of Condensed SystemsX-Ray DiffractionSingle Crystal Diffraction, Electronic StructureOrder-Disorder Transitions Readership: Graduate students and solid state chemists. keywords:

Structure and Bonding in Crystalline Materials

Author: Gregory S. Rohrer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521663793
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A graduate level textbook for materials scientists that describes the established principles of crystallography and bonding.

Diffusion in Crystalline Solids

Author: G E Murch
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0323140300
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Diffusion in Crystalline Solids addresses some of the most active areas of research on diffusion in crystalline solids. Topics covered include measurement of tracer diffusion coefficients in solids, diffusion in silicon and germanium, atom transport in oxides of the fluorite structure, tracer diffusion in concentrated alloys, diffusion in dislocations, grain boundary diffusion mechanisms in metals, and the use of the Monte Carlo Method to simulate diffusion kinetics. This book is made up of eight chapters and begins with an introduction to the measurement of diffusion coefficients with radioisotopes. The following three chapters consider diffusion in materials of substantial technological importance such as silicon and germanium. Atomic transport in oxides of the fluorite structure is described, and diffusion in concentrated alloys, including intermetallic compounds, is analyzed. The next two chapters delve into diffusion along short-circuiting paths, focusing on the effect of diffusion down dislocations on the form of the tracer concentration profile. The book also discusses the mechanisms of diffusion in grain boundaries in metals by invoking considerable work done on grain-boundary structure. The last two chapters are concerned with computer simulation, paying particular attention to machine calculations and the Monte Carlo method. The book concludes by exploring the fundamental atomic migration process and presenting some state-of-the-art calculations for defect energies and the topology of the saddle surface. Students and researchers of material science will find this book extremely useful.

Physical Chemistry of Inorganic Crystalline Solids

Author: Hugo F. Franzen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642712371
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The field of Physical Chemistry has developed through the application of theories and concepts developed by physicists to properties or processes of interest to chemists. Physicists, being principally concerned with the basic ideas, have generally restricted their attention to the simplest systems to which the concepts applied, and the task of applying the techniques and theories to the myriad substances and processes that comprise chemistry has been that of the physical chemists. The field of Solid State Chemistry has developed with a major impetus from the synthetic chemists who prepared unusual, novel materials with the principal guid ing ideas growing out of an understanding of crystal structure and crystal structure relationships. The novel materials that pour forth from this chemical cornucopia cry out for further characterization and interpretation. The major techniques for the characterization and interpretation of crystalline solids have been developed in the fields of Solid State Physics and Crystallography. Thus, the need arose for expanding the realm of Physical Chemistry from its traditional concern with molecules and their properties and reactions to include the physics and chemistry of crystalline solids. This book deals with the applications of crystallography, group theory and thermodynamics to problems dealing with non molecular crystalline solids.

Imperfections in Crystalline Solids

Author: Wei Cai
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107123135
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An accessible textbook providing students with a working knowledge of the properties of defects in crystals, in a step-by-step tutorial style.

Solid State Chemistry and Its Applications

Author: Anthony R. West
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471908746
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The first broad account offering a non-mathematical, unified treatment of solid state chemistry. Describes synthetic methods, X-ray diffraction, principles of inorganic crystal structures, crystal chemistry and bonding in solids; phase diagrams of 1, 2 and 3 component systems; the electrical, magnetic, and optical properties of solids; three groups of industrially important inorganic solids--glass, cement, and refractories; and certain aspects of organic solid state chemistry, including the ``organic metal'' of new materials.

Symmetry Relationships between Crystal Structures

Author: Ulrich Müller
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191648809
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In crystal chemistry and crystal physics, the relations between the symmetry groups (space groups) of crystalline solids are of special importance. Part 1 of this book presents the necessary mathematical foundations and tools: the fundamentals of crystallography with special emphasis on symmetry, the theory of the crystallographic groups, and the formalisms of the needed crystallographic computations. Part 2 gives an insight into applications to problems in crystal chemistry. With the aid of numerous examples, it is shown how crystallographic group theory can be used to make evident relationships between crystal structures, to set up a systematic order in the huge amount of known crystal structures, to predict crystal structures, to analyse phase transitions and topotactic reactions in the solid state, to understand the formation of domains and twins in crystals, and to avoid errors in crystal structure determinations. A broad range of end-of-chapter exercises offers the possibility to apply the learned material. Worked-out solutions to the exercises can be found at the end of the book.