3 edition of Structure and Properties of Solids found in the catalog.
Structure and Properties of Solids
September 22, 1982
by John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||164|
Structure and properties of inorganic solids,. [Francis S Galasso] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Francis S Galasso. Find more information about: ISBN: # structure of liquids en solids\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. This book discusses the determination of basic and acidic properties on solid surfaces and relationship between acid strength and acid amount. The structure and acid-base properties of mixed metal oxides and correlation between acid-base properties and catalytic activity and selectivity are also deliberated.
Some of the essential properties of solids are: 1. A solid has a definite volume and definite shape 2. A solid is rigid and cannot be compressed easily 3. A solid does not diffuse into another solid easily and 4. A solid does not flow and can be stored in a container. Solids On the other hand the solid which loses its shape on long standing, flows under its own weight and is easily distorted by even mild distortion force is called pseudo solid e. g. glass, pith etc. Some solids such as NaCl, sugar, sulphur etc. have properties not only of rigidity and incompressibility but also of having typical geometrical.
Abstract. In addition to providing a general introduction to the main chapters of the book, this chapter also includes a short historical account of the development of the theoretical principles and applications of adsorption and also a comprehensive survey of the terms and properties associated with adsorption, powders and porous solids. : Structure and properties of inorganic solids, (International series of monographs in solid state physics, v. 7) () by Galasso, Francis S and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $
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Structure and Properties of Inorganic Solids Hardcover – January 1, by F.S. Galasso (Author)Author: F.S. Galasso. Fundamentals of Amorphous Solids: Structure and Properties 1st Edition by Zbigniew H. Stachurski (Author)Cited by: 6. Chapter eight deals mainly with experimental methods of determining structures of given materials.
While the next nine chapters cover various physical properties of crystalline solids, the last chapter deals, with the anisotropic properties of materials/5(7). The book illuminates the relationships of the electronic structures of these materials and shows how to calculate dielectric, conducting, and bonding properties for each.
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Structure and Properties of Inorganic Solids, Volume 7 is a reference book that describes the structure of metals, intermetallics, halides, hydrides, carbides, borides, and other inorganic phases as well as some of their properties.
Among the inorganic solids discussed are CsCl, NaCl, ZnS, NiAs, perovskite, spinel, corundum, beta tungsten, and graphite. About this book. This book displays the latest developments in the determinatioin of the electronic structure of solids and the physical properties which can be described from the electronic structure.
Special emphasis is placed on the Linear Muffin Tin Orbital method for. Electronic structure and the properties of solids: the physics of the chemical bond.
This innovative text offers basic understanding of the electronic structure of covalent and ionic solids. Cellular solids include engineering honeycombs and foams (which can now be made from polymers, metals, ceramics, and composites) as well as natural materials, such as wood, cork, and cancellous bone.
This new edition of a classic work details current understanding of the structure and mechanical behavior of cellular materials, and the ways in which they can be exploited in engineering design/5(3). Introduction Classifications for solids (examples) Degree of order • Long range order: crystals (3D periodicity) • Long range order with extended defects (dislocations) • Crystals with disorder of a partial structure (ionic conductors) • Amorphous solids, glasses (short range order) Chemical bonding – typical properties • Covalent solids (e.g.
diamond, boron nitride): extreme. Cellular Solids: Structure and Properties. In this new edition of their classic work on Cellular Solids, the authors have brought the book completely up to date, including new work on processing.
The book illuminates the relationships of the electronic structures of these materials and shows how to calculate dielectric, conducting, and bonding properties for each. Also described are various methods of approximating electronic structure, providing insight and even quantitative results from the comparisons.
The First seven chapters deal with structure related aspects such as lattice and crystal structures, bonding, packing and diffusion of atoms followed by imperfections and lattice vibrations/5. Electronic Structure and the Properties of Solids: The Physics of the Chemical Bond.
Walter A. Harrison. Courier Corporation, Mar 8, - Science. The core of the book deals with the physics of electron and phonon states in crystals and how they determine the structure and properties of the solid. The discussion uses density functional theory as a starting point and covers electronic and optical phenomena, magnetism and : Efthimios Kaxiras.
Atomic and Electronic Structure of Solids This text is a modern treatment of the theory of solids. The core of the book deals with the physics of electron and phonon states in crystals and how they determineFile Size: KB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sodomka, Lubomír. Structure and properties of solids. London, Iliffe, [i.e. ] (OCoLC) Elements of Structures and Defects of Crystalline Materials has been written to cover not only the fundamental principles behind structures and defects, but also to provide deep insights into understanding the relationships of properties, defect chemistry and processing of.
This text presents a comprehensive study of various topics of solid state physics for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of pure and applied sciences, and engineering disciplines. The text is divided into 17 chapters.
The first seven chapters deal with structure related aspects such as lattice and crystal structures, bonding, packing and diffusion of atoms followed by imperfections. The Electronic Structures of Solids aims to provide students of solid state physics with the essential concepts they will need in considering properties of solids that depend on their electronic structures and idea of the electronic character of particular materials and groups of materials.
The book first discusses the electronic structure of.This book is concerned mostly with the structures of metals, ionic solids, and extended covalent structures; structures which do not contain discrete molecules as such, but which comprise extended arrays of atoms or ions.Cellular Solids Structure and Properties.
Get access. Buy the print book In this new edition of their classic work on Cellular Solids, the authors have brought the book completely up to date, including new work on processing of metallic and ceramic foams and on the mechanical, electrical and acoustic properties of cellular solids Cited by: