Advances in High Temperature Chemistry - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780120215027, 9781483215143

Advances in High Temperature Chemistry

1st Edition

Volume 2

Editors: Leroy Eyring
eBook ISBN: 9781483215143
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1969
Page Count: 296
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Description

Advances in High Temperature Chemistry, Volume 2 covers the advances in the knowledge of the high temperature behavior of materials and the complex and unfamiliar characteristics of matter at high temperature.
The book discusses the dissociation energies and free energy functions of gaseous monoxides; the matrix-isolation technique applied to high temperature molecules; and the main features, the techniques for the production, detection, and diagnosis, and the applications of molecular beams in high temperatures. The text also describes the chemical research in streaming thermal plasmas, as well as the studies of the sublimation mechanism of sodium chloride, cadmium sulfide, and gallium arsenide. The temperature and emissivity measurements in the thermal imaging technique, freezing and melting point measurements of metal oxides, and phase studies on binary oxide systems at higher temperatures with a solar furnace are also encompassed.
High temperature chemists and solar researchers will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


Contributors

Foreword

Contents of Volume I

Dissociation Energies and Free Energy Functions of Gaseous Monoxides

I. Introduction

II. The Free Energy Functions

III. Sources and Evaluation of Data

References

The Matrix-Isolation Technique Applied to High Temperature Molecules

I. Introduction

II. Experimental Procedures

III. Optical Spectroscopy

IV. Electron-Paramagnetic-Resonance Spectroscopy

V. Orientation of Molecules in Matrices

References

Molecular Beams in High Temperature Chemistry

I. Introduction

II. Beam Formation from High Pressures

III. Molecular Beam Techniques

IV. Molecular Beam Applications

References

Chemical Research in Streaming Thermal Plasmas

I. Introduction

II. Recent Research

References

Studies of the Sublimation Mechanism of Solids

I. Introduction

II. Principles of Vaporization Studies

III. Experimental Considerations

IV. Studies of the Sublimation Mechanism of Sodium Chloride Single Crystals

V. Studies of the Sublimation Mechanism of Cadmium Sulfide Single Crystals

VI. Studies of the Sublimation Mechanism of Gallium Arsenide Single Crystals

VII. Low Energy Electron Diffraction (LEED) Study of the Vaporizing Silver (100) Surface

VIII. Conclusions

References

High Temperature Phase Studies with a Solar Furnace

I. Introduction

II. The Nature of a Solar Furnace

III. Temperature and Emissivity Measurement

IV. Freezing Point Determination of High Melting Refractory Oxides

V. Liquidus Curve Measurement

VI. Phase Studies at High Temperatures

VII. Summary and Conclusions

References

Author Index

Subject Index






Details

No. of pages:
296
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1969
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483215143

About the Editor

Leroy Eyring

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Chemistry and the Center for Solid State Science, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA