Handbook of Hydrothermal Technology book cover

Handbook of Hydrothermal Technology

Quartz, zeolites, gemstones, perovskite type oxides, ferrite, carbon allotropes, complex coordinated compounds and many more -- all products now being produced using hydrothermal technology. Handbook of Hydrothermal Technology brings together the latest techniques in this rapidly advancing field in one exceptionally useful, long-needed volume.

The handbook provides a single source for understanding how aqueous solvents or mineralizers work under temperature and pressure to dissolve and recrystallize normally insoluble materials, and decompose or recycle any waste material. The result, as the authors show in the book, is technologically the most efficient method in crystal growth, materials processing, and waste treatment. The book gives scientists and technologists an overview of the entire subject including:

À Evolution of the technology from geology to widespread industrial use.
À Descriptions of equipment used in the process and how it works.
À Problems involved with the growth of crystals, processing of technological materials, environmental and safety issues.
À Analysis of the direction of today's technology.


In addition, readers get a close look at the hydrothermal synthesis of zeolites, fluorides, sulfides, tungstates, and molybdates, as well as native elements and simple oxides. Delving into the commercial production of various types, the authors clarify the effects of temperature, pressure, solvents, and various other chemical components on the hydrothermal processes.

Audience
Scientists and technologists concerned with the research and application of hydrothermal technology and crystal growth.

Hardbound, 800 Pages

Published: December 2012

Imprint: William Andrew

ISBN: 978-0-12-375090-7

Contents

    1. Hydrothermal Technology—Principles and Applications
    2. History of Hydrothermal Technology
    3. Apparatus
    4. Physical Chemistry of Hydrothermal Growth of Crystals
    5. Hydrothermal Growth of Some Selected Crystals
    6. Hydrothermal Synthesis and Growth of Zeolites
    7. Hydrothermal Synthesis and Growth of Coordinated Complex Crystals (Part I)
    8. Hydrothermal Synthesis and Crystal Growth of Fluorides, Sulfides, Tungstates, Molybdates, and Related Compounds (Coordinated Complex Crystals, Part II)
    9. Hydrothermal Synthesis of Native Elements and Simple Oxides
    10. Hydrothermal Technology for Nanotechnology – A Technology for Processing of Advanced Materials

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