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Crystal Chemistry: From Basics to Tools for Materials Creation

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AuthorGérard Ferey
ISBN9780000988539
Published LanguageEnglish
Publication Year2020
PublisherWorld Scientific
BindingPaperback
Original Price$55
Pages264
EditionWorld Scientific Low Price Edition (WSLPE)

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Devoted to a diverse group of solid state scientists, the book has two objectives, both relating to structural chemistry: (i) a progressive analytic familiarization with the main parameters that govern the organization of crystallized matter and related crystal structures, (ii) a study of what are the various ways to ‘read’ a structure far beyond its representation in scientific articles. Hence, the reader will, from numerous examples illustrated in color, analyze what are the main characteristics of these structures, from their geometric characteristics, their coordination polyhedra, their connections with the resulting dimensionalities of these solids, including also the defects they exhibit, before looking at possibilities to classify structures, within which recurrence laws can emerge.

Chemists are required to understand the potentials of a new structure for becoming future materials scientists. The first part of the book is by no means a database for known structures, but facilitates a progressive understanding of the organization of the solid state. With these tools in hand, the reader is invited in the later part of the book to analyze new structures, and to also use new concepts for viewing structures in a more synthetic way for the future. Such new vision is already leading to the creation of completely new solids with outstanding characteristics that find applications in societal problems concerning energy, energy savings, environment and health.

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Weight0.493 kg
Dimensions1.2 × 17 × 24.4 cm
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World Scientific Low Price Edition (WSLPE)