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Ionization Potentials: Some Variations, Implications and Applications covers several aspects of ionization potential that is a highly significant parameter in controlling the properties of electric discharge. Comprised of 17 chapters, the book covers topic relevant to ionization potentials, such as properties, concepts, and applications, in order to understand and fully comprehend all aspects of ionization potential. The opening chapter is a review of ionization potentials and a discussion of trends and features. The succeeding chapters then tackle complex topics such as the s and p electrons; d-transition elements; rare earth elements; screening (shielding); inert elements; cationic forces (polarizing power); and heats of hydration. This book will appeal to researchers from different fields.
1. First Ionization Potentials, Some Major Trends and Features
2. The s Electrons
3. The p Electrons
4. The d-Transition Elements
5. The Rare Earth Elements
6. Ionization Potential Variations in Some Isoelectronic Sequences
7. Oxidation States of Some Metals
8. Screening (Shielding)
9. Relatively Inert Elements
10. Cationic Forces (Polarizing Power)
11. Heats of Hydration
12. The Stability of Metal-Organic Complexes
13. Ionization Potentials and the Chemical Binding and Structure of Simple Inorganic Crystalline Compounds. I. Chemical Binding (with D. F. C. Morris)
14. Ionization Potentials and the Chemical Binding and Structure of Simple Inorganic Crystalline Compounds. II. Crystal Structure (with D. F. C. Morris)
15. Variation of Refractive Index with Ionization Potential in Some Isostructural Crystals
(i) Siderophile Tendency
(ii) Separation of Elements into Sulphides (Chalcophile Tendency) and Silicates (Lithophile Tendency)
(iii) The Apparent Affect of IPs and Covalency on Element Distribution in Igneous Rocks and Minerals
(iv) Notes on the Enrichment of Some Metals in the Organic Fraction of Sediments
17. Ionization Potentials and the Radii of Cations
Appendix. Ionization Potentials
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- © Pergamon 1983
- 1st January 1983
- eBook ISBN:
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