Solid State Chemistry

By

  • Richard Ropp, FRSC, FAIC &BCFE, Warren, New Jersey, USA

Solid State Chemistry is a general textbook, composed for those with little background knowledge of the subject, but who wish to learn more about the various segments of solid state theory and technology. The information is presented in a form that can easily be understood and will be useful to readers wishing to build on their own store of knowledge and experience.
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Audience

for inorganic chemists, catalysis scientists, chemical engineers and material scientists, especially those working in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and proteomics fields. Useful for academic and institutional research libraries, and individual chemists and students

 

Book information

  • Published: June 2003
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISBN: 978-0-444-51436-3


Table of Contents

The phase chemistry of solids. Determining the structure of solids. Defects in solids. Mechanisms and reactions in the solid state. Particles and particle technology. Growth of crystals. Measurement of solid state phenomena.