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Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, [2015]
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ISBN 1118892674 (elektronická kniha)
ISBN 9781118892671 (elektronická kniha)
ISBN !9781118832547 (chyb.) (vázáno)
ISBN !111883254X (chyb.) (vázáno)
ISBN 9781118892688
ISBN 1118892682
Tištěné vydání Rao, C. N. R. (Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra), 1934- author. Essentials of inorganic materials synthesis Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, 2015 ISBN 9781118892688
Tištěné vydání ISBN 9781118832547 ISBN 111883254X
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Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Author Biographies; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction; References; Chapter 2 Common Reactions Employed in Synthesis; 2.1 Soft-Chemistry Routes; References; Chapter 3 Ceramic Methods; References; Chapter 4 Decomposition of Precursor Compounds; References; Chapter 5 Combustion Synthesis; References; Chapter 6 Arc and Skull Methods; References; Chapter 7 Reactions at High Pressures; References; Chapter 8 Mechanochemical and Sonochemical Methods; 8.1 Mechanochemistry; 8.2 Sonochemistry; References; Chapter 9 Use of Microwaves; References
Chapter 10 Soft Chemistry Routes10.1 Topochemical Reactions; References; 10.2 Intercalation Chemistry; References; 10.3 Ion Exchange Reactions; References; 10.4 Use of Fluxes; References; 10.5 Sol-Gel Synthesis; References; 10.6 Electrochemical Methods; References; 10.7 Hydrothermal, Solvothermal and Ionothermal Synthesis; References; Chapter 11 Nebulized Spray Pyrolysis; References; Chapter 12 Chemical Vapour Deposition and Atomic Layer Deposition; References; Chapter 13 Nanomaterials; 13.1 Nanoparticles; 13.1.1 Use of Microemulsions; 13.1.2 Thermal Decomposition
13.1.3 Hydrothermal and Solvothermal Synthesis13.1.4 Sol-Gel Method; 13.1.5 Phase-Transfer Method; 13.1.6 Microwave Synthesis; 13.1.7 Use of the Liquid-Liquid Interface; 13.2 Core-Shell Nanocrystals; 13.3 Nanowires; 13.3.1 Metals; 13.3.2 Elemental Semiconductors; 13.3.3 Metal Oxides; 13.3.4 Metal Chalcogenides; 13.3.5 Metal Pnictides and Other Materials; 13.3.6 Oriented Attachment; 13.3.7 Coaxial Cables and Other Hybrid Nanostructures; 13.4 Inorganic Nanotubes; 13.5 Graphene-like Structures of Layered Inorganic Materials; References; Chapter 14 Materials
14.1 Metal Borides, Carbides and NitridesReferences; 14.2 Metal Chalcogenides; References; 14.3 Metal Halides; References; 14.4 Metal Silicides and Phosphides; References; 14.5 Intergrowth Structures and Misfit Compounds; 14.5.1 Intergrowth Structures; 14.5.2 Misfit Compounds; References; 14.6 Intermetallic Compounds; References; 14.7 Superconducting Compounds; References; 14.8 Porous Materials; 14.8.1 Mesoporous Silica Materials; 14.8.2 Aluminophosphates ; 14.8.3 Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs); References; Index; Supplemental Images; EULA
"Provides an introduction to inorganic materials synthesis. Covers common reactions employed in synthesis, ceramic procedures, decomposition of precursor compounds, combustion synthesis, arc and skull methods, reactions at high pressures, mechanochemical methods, use of microwaves, soft chemistry routes, topochemical reactions, intercalation chemistry, Ion-exchange methods of fluxes, sol-gel synthesis, electrochemical methods, hydro-, solvo- and iono-thermal methods, nebulized spray pyrolysis, CVD and ALD, nanomaterials, nanoparticles, nanowires, nanotubes, graphene-like layered structures, materials, metal borides, carbides and nitrides, metal oxides and chalcogenides, metal fluorides, metal silicides, phosphides, intergrowth structures, metal-rich compounds and intermetallics, superconducting compounds, and porous materials, including meal-organic frameworks"-- Provided by publisher.
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001479488
(OCoLC)908260711

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