The Physical Chemistry of Solids represents one of the first integrated textbooks available on solid state chemistry at an introductory level. Coauthored by two well-known experts, this textbook will provide instructors with the opportunity to develop a unified course on solid state chemistry at the upper-undergraduate/lower graduate level. All major aspects of solid state chemistry are covered as are the principles of chemical bonding and related mathematical concepts and operations. The book concludes each chapter with problem sets to facilitate teaching or self study. Key Features * The first available introductory textbook to cover every major branch of solid state chemistry * Includes complete explanations of the mathematical concepts and operations used in solid state chemistry * Reviews in detail the fundamental principles of chemical bonding * Provides complete problem sets following each chapterHowever, at equilibrium we have additional constraints imposed by the equality of the chemical potentials (9-53) Each equation or equals sign ... Let us see how the phase rule is applied to a simple phase diagram such as the one shown in Fig. ... The phase diagram for water is universally used as the example to introduce and explain one-component systems, and we will continue to honor this tradition.

Title | : | The Physical Chemistry of Solids |

Author | : | Richard John Borg, George Julian Dienes |

Publisher | : | Academic Press - 1992 |

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