Systematic Materials Analysis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780125878036, 9781483219820

Systematic Materials Analysis

1st Edition

Materials Science and Technology, Vol. 3

Editors: J. H. Richardson R. V. Peterson
eBook ISBN: 9781483219820
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1974
Page Count: 406
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Description

Systematic Materials Analysis, Volume III presents brief discussions on a broad range of instrumental methods and approaches that will yield the desired information about a given material. The book discusses the selection of analytical methods on the bases of specimen limitations and information desired. The chapters on specific instruments briefly outline the theories of operation and describe the capability of the methods for qualitative and quantitative measurements of chemical composition, structure, and texture (as applicable). The commercial instruments and techniques discussed include arc, spark, laser, plasmas, flame photometry, gas analysis techniques, combustion methods, gas chromatography, and ion-scattering spectrometry. The Mossbauer spectrometry; optical microscopy; x-ray diffraction; x-ray fluorescence; and absorption spectrometry are also encompassed. Materials analyst, materials scientist, chemists, and engineers will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


Preface

Acknowledgments

Contents of Other Volumes

Chapter 20 Computer-Instrument Interfacing

Introduction

1 Theory

2 Quantitative Interface Characteristics

3 The Interface Specification

4 Interface Implementation

5 Software Techniques

6 Conclusion and Trends

References

Chapter 21 Emission Spectrometry: Arc, Spark, Laser, and Plasmas

Introduction

1 Theory

2 Instrumentation

3 Applications of Emission Spectrometry

References

Chapter 22 Flame Photometry

Introduction

1 Fundamentals

2 The Flame

3 Instrumentation

4 Interference

5 Analytical Characteristics of Flame Photometry

6 Analytical Methodology

7 Applications

References

Chapter 23 Gas Analysis Techniques and Combustion Methods

Introduction

1 Gas Analysis

2 Combustion Methods for Elemental Analysis

References

Bibliography

Chapter 24 Gas Chromatography

Introduction

1 Theory

2 Gas Chromatography Apparatus

3 Data Form

4 Applications and Limitations

5 Auxiliary Techniques

6 Special Literature on Gas Chromatography

References

Selected Additional Reading

Chapter 25 Ion-Scattering Spectrometry for Surface Analysis

Introduction

1 Theory

2 Experimental Technique and Apparatus

3 Applications

4 Conclusion

References

Chapter 26 Mössbauer Spectrometry

Introduction

1 Theory

2 Instrumentation

3 Sample Preparation

4 Applications

5 Data Processing

References

Chapter 27 Optical Microscopy

Introduction

1 Optical Microscopes

2 Use of Optical Microscope for Identification of Crystalline Phases

3 Use of Optical Microscope for Detection of Crystal Imperfections

4 Use of Optical Microscope in Chemical Analysis

5 Use of Optical Microscope in Textural Analysis

References

Chapter 28 X-Ray Diffraction

Introduction

1 The Crystalline State

2 X-Ray Diffraction Processes

3 Preliminary Discussion of Powder and Single-Crystal Patterns, and Their, Information Content

4 The Production and Monochromatization of X-Ray for Diffraction

5 The Use of X-Ray Diffraction for the Analysis of Materials

6 Methods for Recording Diffraction Patterns of Materials

7 Additional Uses of X-Ray Diffraction Data

8 Structure Determination

9 Crystallography by Diffraction of Radiation Other Than X-Ray

References

Chapter 29 X-Ray Fluorescence and Absorption Spectrometry

Introduction

1 Essentials of X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry

2 Essentials of X-Ray Absorption Analysis

3 Instrumentation

4 Literature

5 Applications

6 Data Form and Interpretation

7 Accessories and User Modifications

References

Author Index

Subject Index


Details

No. of pages:
406
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1974
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483219820

About the Editor

J. H. Richardson

R. V. Peterson

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