Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Solid State Chemistry: An Introduction (3rd Edition)

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Solid state and materials chemistry is a rapidly moving field, and the aim of this edition has been to bring the text as up to date as possible with new developments. A few changes of emphasis have been made along the way.

Single crystal X-ray diffraction has now been reduced in Chapter 2 to make way for a wider range of the physical techniques used to characterize solids, and the number of synthetic techniques has been expanded in Chapter 3. Chapter 5 now contains a section on fuel cells and electrochromic materials. In Chapter 6, the section on low-dimensional solids has been replaced with sections on conducting organic polymers, organic superconductors, and fullerenes. Chapter 7 now covers mesoporous solids and ALPOs, and Chapter 8 includes a section on photonics. Giant magnetoresistance (GMR) and colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) have been added to Chapter 9, and p-wave (triplet) superconductors to Chapter 10. Chapter 11 is new, and looks at the solid state chemical aspects of nanoscience.

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Crystal Structures
Chapter 2: Physical Methods for Characterizing Solids
Chapter 3: Preparative Methods
Chapter 4: Bonding in Solids and Electronic Properties
Chapter 5: Defects and Non-Stoichiometry
Chapter 6: Carbon-Based Electronics
Chapter 7: Zeolites and Related Structures
Chapter 8: Optical Properties of Solids
Chapter 9: Magnetic and Dielectric Properties
Chapter 10: Superconductivity
Chapter 11: Nanoscience
Further Reading
Answers Odd Number Questions

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"Lesley E.Smart"

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