Solid State Chemistry: Compounds

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

EditorA. K. Cheetham, P. Day, Peter Day

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Solid State Chemistry meets the need for an authoritative account of the properties of inorganic solids and the methods for studying them, written at a level suitable for final year undergraduates studying the subject as a special topic or for first-year graduate students embarking on researchin the field. This second volume deals with the electronic structure and bonding in solids, and then focuses on several important classes of inorganic compounds.

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This second volume deals with the electronic structure and bonding in solids, and then focuses on several important classes of inorganic compounds. These include materials in which the emphasis is on their electronic properties, such as low-dimensional solids, superconductors, and metal-cluster compounds, and those that will find utili...

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Solid State Chemistry meets the need for an authoritative account of the properties of inorganic solids and the methods for studying them, written at a level suitable for final year undergraduates studying the subject as a special topic or for first-year graduate students embarking on researchin the field. This second volume deals with...

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This second volume deals with the electronic structure and bonding in solids, and then focuses on several important classes of inorganic compounds. These include materials in which the emphasis is on their electronic properties, such as low-dimensional solids, superconductors, and metal-cluster compounds, and those that will find utili...

A. K. Cheetham is at University of California, Santa Barbara. P. Day is at The Royal Institution of Great Britain.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:318 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.87 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Table of Contents

1. P.A. Cox: Electronic Structure of Solids2. P. Day: Chain Compounds and One-Dimensional Physical Behavior3. J. Etourneau: Superconducting Materials4. A. Simon: Metal-Rich Compounds5. A.W. Sleight: Heterogeneous Catalysts6. A.J. Jacobson: Intercalation Reactions of Layered Compounds7. J.M. Newsam: Zeolites8. C.N. R. Rao and K.J. Rao: Ferroics

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This second volume deals with the electronic structure and bonding in solids, and then focuses on several important classes of inorganic compounds. These include materials in which the emphasis is on their electronic properties, such as low-dimensional solids, superconductors, and metal-cluster compounds, and those that will find utility as heterogeneous catalysts, for example layer compounds and zeolites.

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`the new volume is a valuable addition to the literature devoted to solid state chemistry ... The material is presented lucidly by a distinguished team of contributors and the editors have achieved an effective structure that results in a 'good read' ... There are no weak chapters ... Thevolume is well referenced and well indexed. It should prove useful for final year undergraduates studying special topics and for first year graduate students embarking on research in the field.'Journal of Materials Chemistry: Issue 5, May 1994