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Overview

Unifying a wide range of materials synthesis techniques, 'Aerosol Processing of Materials' provides a detailed overview of the production of materials by the use of gas phase processes. Aerosol processes are responsible for the production of many of today's most advanced materials, especially in the semiconductor, optical waveguide, and thin film industries. Many of the unique properties of nanophase materials and composites are only possible through the application of acrosol in materials processing. This book describes various types of aerosol processes and the role of aerosols in materials processing. The work presents the advantages and disadvantages of each process in terms of cost, complexity, purity, and materials properties; and compares these factor to alternative methods of powder and film formation. The title provides the theory needed to understand and advance the fundamentals of this rapidly expanding material manufacturing processes. Written by well-respected leaders in the field, the book illuminates the roles of particle size characterization and size distributions; heat, mass, and momentum transfer; particle transport; condensation and evaporation; and coagulation and coalescence. 'Aerosol Processing of Materials' provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive single source of information available on gas-to-particle powder formation; liquid/solid-to-solid powder formation; film formation; reactor design; and particle/film characterization.

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Offers a comprehensive look at advanced materials processing by aerosol methods, and examines what it takes to generate powders and films with specialized characteristics using gas-phase processes. Kodas (chemical engineering, U. of New Mexico) and Hampden- Smith (chemistry, U. of New Mexico) address particle formation by intraparticle reaction, particle formation by gas-to-particle conversion, and film formation. They incorporate examples involving such materials as metals, metal oxides, and metal sulfides for application in pigments, ceramics superconductors, electronics, sensors, glass coatings, semiconductors, optical materials, and thick films. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471246695
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/28/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 712
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.59 (h) x 1.54 (d)

Meet the Author

TOIVO T. KODAS and MARK HAMPDEN-SMITH are full professors in the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, respectively, at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. They are also the founders of the companies Nanochem Research, Inc./ Superior MicroPowders, LLC that are currently commercializing several of the processes discussed in the book. Kodas and Hampden-Smith have previously collaborated to author and coedit Chemistry of Metals CVD, published by Wiley-VCH in 1994. Professor Hampden-Smith has coedited Chemistry of Advanced Materials: An Overview, a 1998 Wiley-VCH publication.

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Table of Contents

Particle Size Distribution and Physical and Chemical Characteristics.

Particle Transport.

Particle Growth, Evaporation, and Nucleation.

Collision and Coalescence.

Intraparticle Transport Processes.

Models Based on the General Dynamic Equation.

Chemistry.

Characteristics of Nanostructured Materials.

Overall Qualitative Behavior of Gas-to-Particle Conversion Processes.

Technology of Gas-to-Particle Conversion.

Overall Qualitative Behavior of Liquid-to-Solid and Solid-to-Solid Conversion Processes.

Technology: Liquid-to-Solid and Solid-to-Solid Conversion.

Film Formation.

Film Generation Technologies.

Aerosol Reactor Components.

Measurement Techniques.

Index.

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