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Intermetallic compounds

by Cecil H. Desch

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Published by Longmans, Green and co. in London, New York [etc] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metals

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Cecil H. Desch ... with seventeen figures.
    SeriesMonographs on inorganic and physical chemistry
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD171 .D5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 116 p.
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6576533M
    LC Control Number15010291

    This third volume continues to set the standard in the field, as originally defined by the best-selling two-volume set Intermetallic Compounds: Principles and Practice. With contributions from 72 authors from 14 different countries, this book introduces a broad range of new topics including: new intermetallic families, new means of assessment of bonding and stability, new properties . The selective hydrogenation of furfural (a biomass-derived platform compound, C O versus C C) is an important reaction for the production of chemical intermediates widely used in the polymer industry. Herein, we report three non-precious intermetallic compounds (IMCs) (Ni 3 Sn 1, Ni 3 Sn 2 and Ni 3 Sn 4) derived from a layered double hydroxide (LDH) precursor, which are .

    This book focuses on the role of modeling in the design of alloys and intermetallic compounds. It includes an introduction to the most important and most used modeling techniques, such as CALPHAD and ab-initio methods, as well as a section devoted to the latest developments in applications of alloys. In addition, selected experimental methods are described. The introductory chapter will enable non-specialists to gain an overall picture of the field and to appreciate the relevant scientific issue. The companion volume, Hydrogene in Intermetallic Compounds I, was published as Vol. 63 of Topics in Applied Physics.

    About this book Introduction Hydrogen in Intermetallics I is the first of two volumes aiming to provide atutorial introduction to the general topic of hydrogen in . A chemical compound is a chemical substance composed of many identical molecules (or molecular entities) composed of atoms from more than one element held together by chemical bonds. Two atoms of the same element bonded in a molecule do not form a chemical compound, since this would require two different elements.. There are four types of compounds, .


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With contributions from 72 authors from 14 different countries, this book introduces a broad range of new topics including: new intermetallic families, new means of assessment of bonding and stability, new properties and phenomena, new applications, new practical processes and new research techniques.

Intermetallic compounds are usually brittle with high melting points. Their properties are often found among ceramic and metallic materials.

In most cases, their hot corrosion resistance and simultaneously hardness are important. One of the main applications of intermetallic compounds is for superalloy turbine blades in which they show appropriate high-temperature-related properties.

This book Author: Mahmood Aliofkhazraei. Donald M. Mattox, in Handbook of Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) Processing (Second Edition), Intermetallic Films.

Intermetallic compounds are formed from electropositive and electronegative metals which chemically bond to form compounds with a specific composition and crystalline structure. Intermetallic films are often formed by depositing the film material on a.

Intermetallic phases, as a group of materials which have a great practical importance, both in the past and in the present day, are subject of research on the basis of physicochemical and mechanical properties.

The presented studies were conducted for Fe40Al5CrTiB intermetallic alloy, their purpose was to determine the corrosion resistance of this alloy in an oxidizing Cited by: 1. Intermetallic Compounds in Mercury is Volume 51 of the Solubility Data Series. It follows Vol Metals in Mercury, of the same tions of more than fifty systems are presented together with all of the data and citations from the original literature.

This third volume continues to set the standard in the field, as originally defined by the best-selling two-volume set Intermetallic Compounds: Principles and contributions from 72 authors from 14 different countries, this book introduces a broad range of new topics including: new intermetallic families, new means of assessment of bonding and stability, new properties Author: J.

Westbrook. Book Description. This book focuses on the role of modeling in the design of alloys and intermetallic compounds. It includes an introduction to the most important and most used modeling techniques, such as CALPHAD and ab-initio methods, as well as a section devoted to the latest developments in applications of alloys.

Westbrook is the editor of Intermetallic Compounds, Volume 2, Basic Mechanical Properties and Lattice Defects of, published by Wiley. Fleischer is the editor of Intermetallic Compounds, Volume 2, Basic Mechanical Properties and Lattice Defects of, published by : Paperback.

This book focuses on the role of modeling in the design of alloys and intermetallic compounds. It includes an introduction to the most important and most used modeling techniques, such as CALPHAD and ab-initio methods, as well as a section devoted to the latest developments in applications of : Cristina Artini.

Intermetallic Compounds—Principles and Practice, a book edited by Westbrook and Fleischer, reviews many characteris-tics of intermetallic compounds. In this article, elastic, magnetic, electric and electronic, and thermal properties are summarized as fundamental properties of intermetallic compounds, with refer-ence to some chapters of this Cited by:   Intermetallic Compounds by J.

Westbrook,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Desch, Cecil H. (Cecil Henry), b. Intermetallic compounds. London, New York [etc] Longmans, Green and Co., Get this from a library.

Intermetallic compounds. [J H Westbrook] ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Wiley, New York, in series: Wiley series on the science and technology of materials. Intermetallic compounds are formed when a specific ratio of component in a fairly narrow area concentrations.

So this new chemical compounds are formed with a. Intermetallic Compounds Volume 3 by Westbrook, J. H., Fleischer, R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This two-volume set provides a comprehensive single source for scientists and engineers interested in intermetallics.

It is both a solid base for those starting out in the field as well as a resource for those already active who wish to expand their knowledge of related science and practical technology.

The work consists of nearly 80 chapters covering fundamental theory. The topic of hydrogen in an on metals and alloys is important in a number ofdisciplines including solid-state physics, materials science, physical chemistry, and energy technology. This volume treats the dynamics of hydrogen in intermetallic compounds, surface properties, kinetics.

Intermetallic science is closely related to physics, chemistry, metallurgy, materials science & technology, and engineering. This book emphasizes the chemical aspects of this science, and therefore the mutual reactivity of metals and the characteristics of intermetallic compounds.

Hydrogen in Intermetallics I is the first of two volumes aiming to provide atutorial introduction to the general topic of hydrogen in intermetallic compounds and alloys. In the present volume, a series of chapters, each written by two experts in the field, gives a comprehensive review.

These two volumes provide a comprehensive source for scientists and engineers interested in intermetallics.

Experts from 15 countries cover fundamental theory, experimental aspects, practical applications (both current and potential) and critical assessment. Volume one is devoted to the science of intermetallic compounds - their formation, structure, bonding and properties. This book is printed on acid-free paper responsibly manufactured from sustainable forestry in which at least two trees are planted for each one used for paper production.

Intermetallic Compounds – Principles and Practice – Volume 3: Progress.An intermetallic compound is one consisting of two or more metallic elements present in definite proportions in alloy.

They are used in a wide range of industries such as semiconductors and the aerospace industry. Thousands of tons of the nickel aluminum alloy Price: $Applications of Intermetallic Compounds - Volume 21 Issue 5 - J.H. Westbrook. Just what is an intermetallic compound? An intermetallic compound is a true compound of two or more metals that has a distinctive structure in which the metallic constituents are in relatively fixed abundance ratios and are usually ordered on two or more sublattices, each with its own distinct population .