Solid State Chemistry: Compounds (Hardback)
  • Solid State Chemistry: Compounds (Hardback)

Solid State Chemistry: Compounds (Hardback)

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Hardback 318 Pages / Published: 19/03/1992
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Solid State Chemistry meets the need for an authoritative account of the properties of inorganic solids and the methods for studying them, written at a level suitable for final year undergraduates studying the subject as a special topic or for first-year graduate students embarking on research in the field. This second volume deals with the electronic structure and bonding in solids, and then focuses on several important classes of inorganic compounds.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198551669
Number of pages: 318
Weight: 604 g
Dimensions: 241 x 161 x 22 mm

`a choherent, readable account of many of the most important classes of solid. It complements excellently the earlier volume by the same editors and is a valuable addition to the literature on the growing field of solid-state chemistry.' Times Higher Education Supplement
'the book can certainly be recommended for the user groups envisaged by the editors, namely students about to take their final examinations and scientists engaged in solid state research ... this book offers the reader an interesting insight into the latest developments and knwoledge in modern state chemistry' Wolfgang Schnick, Institut fur Anorganische Chemie der Universitat Bonn, Angewandt Chemie, 31/10 1992
'this book makes a welcome appearance ... It is specifically aimed at final-year honours and post-graduate students but, in fact, deserves to attract the attention of a much wider body of scientists and technologists.' Chemistry & Industry, September 1993
the new volume is a valuable addition to the literature devoted to solid state chemistry ... The material is presented lucidly by a distinguished team of contributors and the editors have achieved an effective structure that results in a 'good read' ... There are no weak chapters ... The volume is well referenced and well indexed. It should prove useful for final year undergraduates studying special topics and for first year graduate students embarking on research in the field. * Journal of Materials Chemistry: Issue 5, May 1994 *

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