Structure and bonding in crystalline materials rohrer gregory s
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Models for Predicting Phase Stability and Structure 424 -- B. About this Item: Cambridge University Press 2001-07-19, 2001. The real strengths of the book are its depth of coverage, bridging advanced undergraduate and postgraduate work, and its material-based approach. Dipolar and hydrogen bonding 278 -- D. The real strengths of the book are its depth of coverage, bridging advanced undergraduate and postgraduate work, and its material-based approach.

The real strengths of the book are its depth of coverage, bridging advanced undergraduate and postgraduate work, and its material-based approach. Symmetry in Crystal Structures 88 -- B. Dispatch time is 4-5 working days from our warehouse. His research is directed toward understanding how the properties of surfaces and internal interfaces are influenced by their geometric and crystallographic structure, their stoichiometry, and their defect structure. The real strengths of the book are its depth of coverage, bridging advanced undergraduate and postgraduate work, and its material-based approach. However, it will also be useful to scientists and engineers who work with solid materials. Bravais lattice 29 -- C.

May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. It will also be useful to scientists and engineers who work with solid materials. Basic Structural Concepts 29 -- B. Close packed arrangements 135 -- C. One of the motivating questions in materials research today is, how can elements be combined to produce a solid with specified properties? One of the motivating questions in materials research today is, how can elements be combined to produce a solid with specified properties? This book is intended to acquaint the reader with established principles of crystallography and cohesive forces that are needed to address the fundamental relationship between the composition, structure and bonding. Brand new book, sourced directly from publisher.

The real strengths of the book are its depth of coverage, bridging advanced undergraduate and postgraduate work, and its material-based approach. Empirical potentials for calculating the properties of defects in metals 357 -- 9. About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 2001. Electrons in a periodic lattice 348 -- E. Book is in Used-Good condition. Starting with an introduction to periodic trends, the book discusses crystal structures and the various primary and secondary bonding types, and finishes by describing a number of models for predicting phase stability and structure.

Starting with an introduction to periodic trends, the book discusses crystal structures and the various primary and secondary bonding types, and finishes by describing a number of models for predicting phase stability and structure. One part of the answer to this question lies in the fundamental relationship between the composition, structure and bonding in crystalline materials. A physical model for the metallic bond: free electron theory 328 -- C. Crystal Structures 135 -- B. Containing a large number of worked examples, exercises, and detailed descriptions of numerous crystal structures, this book is primarily intended as an advanced undergraduate or graduate level textbook for students of materials science. Structure stability diagrams 461 -- Appendix 1A Crystal and univalent radii 477 -- Appendix 2A Computing distances using the metric tensor 480 -- Appendix 2B Computing unit cell volumes 482 -- Appendix 2C Computing interplanar spacings 483 -- Appendix 3A 230 space groups 485 -- Appendix 3B Selected crystal structure data 488 -- Appendix 5A Introduction to Fourier series 512 -- Appendix 5B Coefficients for atomic scattering factors 515 -- Appendix 7A Evaluation of the MadelungS constant 518 -- Appendix 7B Ionic radii for halides and chalcogenides 521 -- Appendix 7C Pauling electronegativities 526 -- Appendix 9A Cohesive energies and band gap data 527 -- Appendix 9B Atomic orbitals and the electronic structure of the atom 529.

A Bravais lattice plus a basis 44 -- E. Important prototype structures 147 -- G. Starting with an introduction to periodic trends, the book discusses crystal structures and the various primary and secondary bonding types, and finishes by describing a number of models for predicting phase stability and structure. Ionic Bonding 286 -- B. Containing a large number of worked examples, exercises, and detailed descriptions of numerous crystal structures, this book is primarily intended as an advanced undergraduate or graduate level textbook for students of materials science.

A physical model for the van der Waals bond 267 -- C. Containing a large number of worked examples, exercises, and detailed descriptions of numerous crystal structures, this book is primarily intended as an advanced undergraduate or graduate level textbook for students of materials science. From United Kingdom to U. Starting with an introduction to periodic trends, the book discusses crystal structures and the various primary and secondary bonding types, and finishes by describing a number of models for predicting phase stability and structure. Models for predicting phase stability 425 -- C. The real strengths of the book are its depth of coverage, bridging advanced undergraduate and postgraduate work, and its material-based approach.

This book is intended to acquaint the reader with established principles of crystallography and cohesive forces that are needed to address the fundamental relationship between the composition, structure and bonding. Starting with an introduction to periodic trends, the book discusses crystal structures and the various primary and secondary bonding types, and finishes by describing a number of models for predicting phase stability and structure. Other factors that influence cohesion in ionic systems 302 -- D. About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 2001. It will also be useful to scientists and engineers who work with solid materials.

Selected diffraction techniques and their uses 242 -- 6. A physical model for the covalent bond in a molecule 367 -- C. A physical model for the covalent bond in a homopolar crystal 376 -- D. It will also be useful to scientists and engineers who work with solid materials. Pair potential calculations of defect properties in ionic compounds 318 -- 8. Metallic Bonding 326 -- B. Interstitial sites 140 -- D.