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Concise Encyclopedia of the Chemical Properties of Materials

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The Concise Encyclopedia of The Chemical Properties of Materials presents a custom collection of articles from the award-winning Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Technology (EMSAT), and includes updates and revisions not available in the original set.
The chemical properties discussed in EMSAT which have selected for the present volume include production and refining processes (principally for metallic materials, but also the processes of polymerization), the thermodynamics...

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Overview

The Concise Encyclopedia of The Chemical Properties of Materials presents a custom collection of articles from the award-winning Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Technology (EMSAT), and includes updates and revisions not available in the original set.
The chemical properties discussed in EMSAT which have selected for the present volume include production and refining processes (principally for metallic materials, but also the processes of polymerization), the thermodynamics and kinetics of phase equilibria, electrochemical reactions and gas-solid reactions. An important example of the latter process is oxidation and corrosion, and a majority of the articles included are concerned with the kinetics, themodynamics and mechanisms of corrosion (including stress corrosion) in metallic systems. Included are 114 articles discussing the chemical behaviour of a range of materials, with reference to metals and alloys, and polymers and non-oxide ceramics. Featured articles include chemically modified wood and protection against corrosion.

• Each article provides a concise overview of the chosen subject, written by an internationally recognized expert.
• The content includes updates and revisions that were previously available only online via ScienceDirect
• Extensive bibliographies, cross-references and indexes guide the reader to additional information and further reading in the primary literature

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780080465265
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 7/9/2007
  • Pages: 666
  • Product dimensions: 7.60 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

ADMET Polymerization. Advances in Titanium Production. Alkali Metals Production (Li, Na, K). Aluminum Alloys: Corrosion. Aluminum Production and Refining. Amino Acid Derivatives, Polymerization of. Anionic Polymerization. Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth Production. Atom Transfer Free Radical Polymerization.
Bioactive Environments: Corrosion. Block Copolymer Phase Behavior. Block Copolymer Synthesis.

Cadmium, Indium, and Thallium Production. Carbons and Graphites, Reactivity of. Ceramics and Glasses, Sol-Gel Synthesis of. Coatings for Corrosion Protection: Inorganic. Coatings for Corrosion Protection: Metallic. Coatings for Corrosion Protection: Organic. Cobalt and Nickel Production. Coherent Phase Equilibria. Copper Alloys: Corrosion. Copper Production. Corrosion Control. Corrosion Kinetics. Corrosion of Metals: Overview. Corrosion of Stainless Steels. Corrosion Protection Methods. Corrosion, Crevice. Corrosion, Electrochemical Principles of. Corrosion, Intergranular. Corrosion, Pitting. Corrosion, Underground.

Dendrimers: Polymerization and Properties. Elastomers in Oxygen and Ozone, Degradation of.
Electrochemical Crystal Growth. Electrochemical Dissolution. Electronic Materials and Devices, Corrosion of. Ellingham Diagrams. Extractive Metallurgy. Fuel Cells: Electrochemical Reactions.

Group Transfer Polymerization. Hafnium Production and Refining.
High-temperature Corrosion, Fundamentals of.
Hot Corrosion by Fused Salts. Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Applications of Gas–Solid Reactions. Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Basic Properties (1). Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Basic Properties (2).
Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Electrochemical Reactions (Fundamentals and Applications). Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Fluorinated Metal Hydrides. Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Technological and Engineering Aspects.
Hydrothermal Synthesis. Hyperbranched Macromolecules: Polymerization and Properties.
Internal Oxidation. Iron Production. Iron Resources and Direct Iron Production. Lead Alloys: Corrosion.

Lead Production. Living Cationic Polymerization. Magnesium Alloys: Corrosion. Marine and Natural Waters: Corrosion. Mercury Production. Metal Extraction: Phase Diagrams. Metal Extraction: Phase Stability Diagrams. Metal Production: Electrometallurgy. Metal Production: Ellingham Diagrams. Metal Production:Slags. Natural Atmospheres: Corrosion. Nickel Alloys: Corrosion. Nitroxide-mediated Free Radical Polymerization. Nonferrous Metals: Production and History. Nonoxide Ceramics, Oxidation/Corrosion of. Oxidation. Oxidation Kinetics.

Passivity and Breakdown. Permanent Magnets: Corrosion Properties. Phase Equilibria, Thermodynamics of. Phase Transitions in Block Copolymers, Kinetics of. Physical and Chemical Gelation. Platinum Group Metals: Alloying, Properties and Applications. Polyimides: Polymerization and Properties. Polymer Coatings (Paints): Water-based. Polymer Mixtures, Thermodynamics of. Polymer Phase Separation, Kinetics of. Polymerization Chemistry of Polyurethanes. Polymerization Chemistry of Silicones. Pourbaix Diagrams. Precipitate Growth Kinetics. Pyrometallurgy.

Radium Production. Self-assembled Monolayer Films: Electrochemical Properties. Silicon, Local Oxidation of (LOCOS). Steel Production and Refining.
Stress Corrosion Cracking in Metals. Stress Corrosion Cracking. Stress Corrosion Cracking: Mechanisms. Surface and Colloid Chemistry.
Thermodynamic Activity. Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams. Thermodynamics: Corrosion. Thorium Production. Tin Alloys: Corrosion. Tin Production.
Titanium Alloys: Corrosion. Titanium Production and Refining. Transition Metals Production: V, Cr, Mn, Co, Ni.

Vapor Synthesis. Well-defined Polysaccharides, Chemical Synthesis of. Wood: Chemically Modified
Wood: Chemicals. Wood Products: Chemical Degradation. Zinc Alloys: Corrosion. Zinc Production. Zirconium Production and Refining.

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