4 edition of Nonstoichiometric compounds found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by C.R.A. Catlow, W.C. Mackrodt.|
|Series||Advances in ceramics ;, v. 23|
|Contributions||Catlow, C. R. A. 1947-, Mackrodt, W. C. 1941-|
|LC Classifications||QD921 .I498 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 726 p. :|
|Number of Pages||726|
|LC Control Number||87033429|
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A compound in which atoms are combined in exact whole-number ratios. Compare nonstoichiometric compound. From: stoichiometric compound in A Dictionary of Chemistry» . Nonstoichiometric compounds frequently consist of transition metals, lanthanides, and actinides, with polarizable anions such as oxide (O 2−) and sulfide (S 2−). Some common examples are listed in Table "Some Nonstoichiometric Compounds", along with their basic structure type. These compounds are nonstoichiometric because their.
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Disorder and Order in Strongly Nonstoichiometric Compounds: Transition Metal Carbides, Nitrides and Oxides (Springer Series in Materials Science) [A.I. Gusev, A.A. Rempel, A.J. Magerl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Deals with the influence of stoiciometry and order/disorder on materials properties.
Book description. Non-Stoichiometric Compounds: Tungsten Bronzes, Vanadium Bronzes and Related Compounds deals with the chemistry of non-stoichiometric compounds such as tungsten bronzes and vanadiu read full description. The material in this book is based on invited and contributed pa pers presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on INon-stoichio l metric Compounds held in Ringberg Castle, Rottach-Egern (Bavarian Alps), Germany, JulyThe workshop followed previous meetings held in Mogilany,Brand: Springer Netherlands.
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This book will be useful for physicists addressing the Nonstoichiometric compounds book of order and disorder in solids, for chemists increasingly aware that the majority of natural and synthetic materials are nonstoichiometric, and for crystallographers. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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Nonstoichiometric Oxides discusses the thermodynamic and structural studies of nonstoichiometric oxides. This eight-chapter text also covers the defect-defect interactions in these Edition: 1. Nonstoichiometric compounds book compounds are the chemical compounds deviated from stoichi- ometry, namely their elemental composition cannot be represented by a ratio of well-defined natural numbers, and.
A key issue in materials research is the preparation of semiconducting solid, intermetallic and other nonstoichiometric compounds with predetermined composition, structure, and, hence, properties.
International Advanced Research Workshop on Nonstoichiometric Compounds (4th: University of Keele). Nonstoichiometric compounds. Westerville, Ohio: American Ceramic Society, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C R A Catlow; W C Mackrodt.
About this book Introduction Prior to the 9th International Conference on Reactivity Solids in Krakow, Poland a group of about 25 international scientists held a special conference entitled "Transport in Nonstoichiometric Compounds" in late Aug.
in Mogilany, Poland (near Krakow). This book embraces the entire range of problems associated with nonstoichiometry, disorder and order in solids. Although dealing primarily with transition metal carbides, nitrides and oxides, the methods and models presented are applicable to all systems with substitutional disorder and they permit a unified approach to the structure, phase diagrams and other physical and chemical properties.
Non-Stoichiometric Compounds Hardcover – January 1, by editor Mandelcorn, L. (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — $ Author: editor Mandelcorn, L. Non-stoichiometric compounds are chemical compounds with an elemental composition that cannot be represented by a ratio of well-defined natural numbers, and.
Most of the nonstoichiometric compounds are transition metal oxides, but also include fluorides, hydrides, carbides, nitrides, sulfides, tellurides, and so on [4,12,13]. The nonstoichiometric compounds existing only in the condensed state are often classified in terms of element composition.
Investigations of Nonstoichiometric Sulfides I. Titanium Sulfides, TiS2 and Ti2S3. JACQUES BENARD; YVES JEANNIN. Most nonstoichiometric compounds have compositions that are close to those of stoichiometric compounds and can be expressed by formulas such as WO 3−x, Co 1−x O, Zn 1+x O, and Ni 1−x O, in which x is a positive quantity much smaller than 1.
In the first case, an oxygen vacancy would be formed, and in some cases, there is metallic deficiency that is : Paras Dubey, Netram Kaurav. International Conference on Transport in Nonstoichiometric Compounds (3rd: Pennsylvania State University). Transport in nonstoichiometric compounds.
New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Nonstoichiometric compound, any solid chemical compound in which the numbers of atoms of the elements present cannot be expressed as a ratio of small whole numbers; sometimes called berthollide compounds in distinction from daltonides (in which the atomic ratios are those of small integers), nonstoichiometric compounds are best known among the transition elements.
When non-covalently bonded crystalline inclusion compounds (ICs) are formed by threading the host cyclic starches, cyclodextrins (CDs), onto guest polymer chains, and excess polymer is employed, non-stoichiometric (n-s)-polymer-CD-ICs, with partially uncovered and “dangling” chains result.
The crystalline host CD lattice is stable to ~ °C, and the uncovered, yet constrained, portions Cited by: 7. Non-Stoichiometric Compounds. L. Mandelcorn, Ed. Academic Press, New York, xiv + pp. Illus. $Author: W.
Klemm.Chemistry of Non-stoichiometric Compounds By K. Kosuge (Kyoto University). Oxford Science Publications: Oxford, New York, and Tokyo. x + pp. $ ISBN Cited by: 1.Other articles where Stoichiometric compound is discussed: nonstoichiometric compound: berthollide compounds in distinction from daltonides (in which the atomic ratios are those of small integers), nonstoichiometric compounds are best known among the transition elements.
Several of them are important as components of solid-state electronic devices, such as rectifiers, thermoelectric.