5 edition of Electronic properties of inorganic quasi-one-dimensional compounds found in the catalog.
by D. Reidel, Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht [Holland], Boston, Hingham, MA, U.S.A
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Pierre Monceau.|
|Series||Physics and chemistry of materials with low-dimensional structures.|
|Contributions||Monceau, Pierre, 1942-|
|LC Classifications||QC176.8.E4 E37 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||9027717893, 9027718008, 9027718016|
|LC Control Number||84027565|
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A more rigorous delineation of the electronic properties of these elements (and of many compounds) can be made by considering their band structures and the temperature dependence of the electronic conductivity. As we have previously discussed, metals have partially filled energy bands, meaning that the Fermi level intersects a partially filled. The elastic constant tensor of an inorganic compound provides a complete description of the response of the material to external stresses in the elastic limit. It thus provides fundamental insight into the nature of the bonding in the material, and it is known to correlate with many mechanical properties.
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The close relationship between experimentalists and. We are open, in-store and online. Some orders may experience a slight delay due to COVID restrictions. This work focuses on the structure and physical properties of the solid solution Ba2Co1–xZnxS3 (0 ≤ x ≤ 1), a family of quasi-one-dimensional sulfides with end members Ba2CoS3 and Ba2ZnS3.
The structure of selected compounds with increasing Zn2+ content has been analyzed using neutron diffraction, transmission electron microscopy, and extended X-ray absorption fine structure, and the. The Handbook of Inorganic Compounds consists of basic chemistry data for more than selected gases, liquids, and solid compounds.
The compounds are listed alphabetically and indexes located at the back of the book provide the CAS Registry number, molecular formula, and name/synonym.
Klemm R.A. () Theory of the Superconducting Properties of Quasi-One-Dimensional Materials. In: Monceau P. (eds) Electronic Properties of Inorganic Quasi-One-Dimensional Compounds.
Physics and Chemistry of Materials with Low-Dimensional Structures (Series B: Quasi-One-Dimensional. Electronic Properties of Inorganic Quasi-One-Dimensional Compounds: Part I — Theoretical the book contains a description of the properties of non-linear excitations, or solitons, in one.
Quasi-one-dimensional platinum compound/polymer composites Article in E-Polymers 2(1) February with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Kaneto, K. Yoshino and Y. Inuishi, Physical Properties of (SN) x and (SNBr y) x, Electronic Properties of Inorganic Quasi-One-Dimensional Compounds, /_2, (), ().
Crossref. How to cite this article: de Jong, M. et al. Charting the complete elastic properties of inorganic crystalline compounds. Sci. Data doi: /sdata ().
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The actinide compounds are also of considerable interest to material scientists due to the unique electronic properties of actinides that give rise to interesting physical properties controlled by the structural architecture of respective compounds. The book provides both general overview and review of recent developments in the field.
1. Introduction. The inorganic quasi-one-dimensional (1D) nanometer-size systems (known as nanotubes and nanowires) attract today considerable attention owing to their potential application values.Among them the numerous forms of metal-oxide based 1D nanostructures have been successfully synthesized via various synthetic techniques and routes.
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In this Review article, we discuss the key factors contributing the properties and performance of cathode materials with a comprehensive perspective on various alkali-ion transition metal compounds. It covers a wide scope of the factors from atomic to microscopic levels as follows: atomic, electronic, crystal and particle structures.
Whereas, inorganic compounds are obtained from the natural processes which are not related to any of the life forms on earth or any result of human experiments which are conducted in laboratories. The difference between organic and inorganic compounds does not end with the presence or the absence of carbon atoms in them.
Electronic Properties of Inorganic Quasi-One-Dimensional Compounds: Part I — Theoretical Book 1 The close relationship between experimentalists and theorists – whether solid state chemists or physicists – has, in the last few years, inspired much research in the field of materials with quasi one-dimensional structures.Identification of the agents.
Information on the physical and chemical properties of arsenic and arsenic compounds can be found in Tablefor further details please refer to IARC ().The list is not exhaustive, nor does it comprise necessarily the most commercially important arsenic-containing substances; rather, it indicates the range of arsenic compounds available.Introduction to Inorganic chemistry.
This book covers the following topics: Chemical Bonding, Molecular Orbital Theory, Acid-Base Chemistry, Redox Stability and Redox Reactions, Coordination Chemistry and Crystal Field Theory, Metals and Alloys Structure, Bonding, Electronic and Magnetic Properties, Metals and Alloys Mechanical Properties.