Today the study of materials is concerned with the underlying thermodynamic and chemical processes involved in the manufacture and processing of a wide range of materials - metals, ceramics, semi-conductors, plastics and composites.
For the first time, this book provides a quantitative description and examples of the application of physical chemical concepts to the processing and degradation of metallic and other inorganic materials, from the atomic scale to the analysis of industrial processes.
Thermochemical Processes: Principles and Models deals with processes dominated in turn by the gas phase (such as chemical vapour deposition), the solid phase (such as powder metallurgy electroceramics and high-temperature corrosion) and the liquid phase (such as extraction metallurgy and glass-making).
C. B. Alcock provides information which will prove invaluable to academics and workers involved in high temperature industries and in particular to those with an interest in the scientific analysis of processes - which will be most useful to those working in the field of modelling.
- First ever quantitative approach to the subject of Thermochemical processing
- Companion volume to Kubachewski et al
Materials scientists, industrial process designers, chemical engineers and students
Chemical vapour deposition
Gaseous reactions, Photochemical Reactions
Adsorption and surface energies of metals
Catalysis of Metals
Solid State Kinetics
Charge and heat transport properties
Structure and diffusion properties of metals
Diffusion in non-metallic systems
Solid state processes in oxides
Processes involving liquids
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2001
- 18th December 2000
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University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
"Engineering, process and production professionals in the semiconductor industry will find it an excellent reference." --Bryan Ruggles, Quality Progress, 2002