Systematic Materials Analysis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780125878043, 9780323147569

Systematic Materials Analysis

1st Edition

Editors: J.H. Richardson
eBook ISBN: 9780323147569
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1978
Page Count: 512
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Description

Systematic Materials Analysis, Volume IV presents refined instrumental methods available for materials analysis, which involves the complete characterization of a material, including structural and textural analyses in addition to chemical analysis.

This volume is composed of 11 chapters. Each chapter on specific instruments outlines the theories of operation and describes their capability for qualitative and quantitative measurements of chemical composition, structure, and texture. The sensitivity and selectivity of each method are emphasized.
The specific techniques and instruments covered in this book include the atomic-absorption and atomic-fluorescence flame photometry, ion microprobe, mass spectrometry, neutron diffractometry, polarimetry, polarography, dynamic thermal analysis, and transmission electron microscopy.

This book is intended primarily to materials analysts, engineers, researchers, and undergraduate and graduate level students.

Table of Contents


List of Contributors

Preface

Acknowledgments

Contents of Other Volumes

Chapter 30 Atomic-Absorption and Atomic-Fluorescence Flame Photometry

Introduction

1 Fundamentals

2 The Flame

3 Instrumentation

4 Interferences

5 Analytical Characteristics

6 Analytical Methodology

7 Applications

References

Chapter 31 Ion Microprobe

1 Ion Sputtering as an Analytical Tool

2 Ion Microprobe Instrumentation

3 Experimental Procedures

4 Quantitative Analysis

References

Chapter 32 Mass Spectrometry

Introduction

1 Ion Sources

2 Mass Analyzers

3 Detectors

4 Inlet Systems

5 Computers

Bibliography

Chapter 33 Molecular Weight Determinations

Introduction

1 Theory

2 Molecular Weight Distribution

3 Methods for Determining Molecular Weight

References

Chapter 34 Neutron Diffractometry

Introduction

1 Theory and Comparison with Other Diffraction Techniques

2 Instrumentation

3 Applications

4 Other Types of Investigations

5 Future of Neutron Scattering

References

Chapter 35 Particulate Characterization

Introduction

1 Particle Size Analysis

2 Surface Area Analysis

3 Powder Density

References

Chapter 36 Polarimetry

Introduction

1 Theory

2 Instrumentation

3 Applications

References

Chapter 37 Polarography and Related Methods

Introduction to Electrochemical Methods of Analysis

1 Theory of Polarography and Related Methods

2 Applications and Limitations

3 Data Form

References

Chapter 38 Methods for the Detection of Noncentrosymmetry in Solids

Introduction

1 Symmetry Elements and Methods for Their Determination

2 Second Harmonic Generation in Crystals and Powders

3 Design and Operation of a Second Harmonic Analyzer

4 Application to Specific Problems

References

Chapter 39 Dynamic Thermal Analysis

Introduction

1 Thermogravimetry

2 Differential Thermal Analysis and Differential Scanning Calorimetry

3 Thermomechanical Analysis

4 Conclusion

References

Chapter 40 Transmission Electron Microscopy

Introduction

1 A Description of the Electron Microscope and Its Capabilities

2 Replica Techniques

3 Preparation of Thin Foils

4 Image Contrast in Thin Foils

5 Applications of Thin Foil Techniques

References

Author Index

Subject Index

Details

No. of pages:
512
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1978
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323147569

About the Editor

J.H. Richardson