Structure-Property Relations

Structure-Property Relations

by R. E. Newnham

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ISBN-13: 9783642500190
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 07/07/2012
Series: Crystal Chemistry of Non-Metallic Materials , #2
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1975
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

I. Symmetry and Crystal Physics.- 1. Crystal Classes.- 2. Space Groups.- 3. Symmetry Distribution of Crystals.- 4. Bond Length Calculations.- 5. Density.- 6. Physical Properties.- 7. Symmetry of Physical Properties.- 8. Tensors.- 9. Magnetic Symmetry.- References for Chapter I.- II. Electronic Transport in Materials.- 1. Atomic Orbitals, Molecular Orbitals, and Energy Bands.- 2. Electronic Materials.- 3. Semiconductors.- 4. Band Gap and Mobility.- 5. Semiconductor Doping.- 6. Semimetals and Narrow Gap Semiconductors.- 7. Magnetic Semiconductors.- 8. Molecular Circuits.- 9. Metal-Metal Bonding.- 10. Anisotropic Conductors.- 11. Superconductivity.- References for Chapter II.- III. Thermal Properties and Ion Transport.- 1. Lattice Vibrations.- 2. Thermal Properties.- 3. Thermal Conductivity.- 4. Ultrasonic Attenuation.- 5. Thermal Expansion.- 6. Diffusion.- 7. Ionic Conductivity.- 8. Ionic Switches.- 9. Superionic Conductors.- 10. Solid State Battery Materials.- 11. Photographic Process.- 12. Thermoelectric Materials.- 13. Thermionic Materials.- References for Chapter III.- IV. Ferroelectrics and Other Ferroic Materials.- 1. Polar Crystals and Pyroelectricity.- 2. Piezoelectricity.- 3. Acoustoelectric Effect.- 4. Ferroelectricity.- 5. Hydrogen-Bonded Ferroelectrics.- 6. Classification of Ferroelectrics.- 7. Transition-Temperature and Coercive Field.- 8. Ferroic Crystals.- 9. Free Energy Formulation.- 10. Primary Ferroic Minerals.- 11. Secondary Ferroics.- 12. Ferroic Symmetry Species Ill.- References for Chapter IV.- V. Optical Materials.- 1. Luster.- 2. Birefringence and Crystal Structure.- 3. Optical Windows.- 4. Color.- 5. Crystalline Lasers.- 6. Semiconductor Lamps.- 7. Luminescence.- 8. Cathodochromic and Photochromic Materials.- 9. Optical Activity.- 10. Photoelasticity.- 11. Nonlinear Optical Materials.- References for Chapter V.- VI. Magnetic Materials.- 1. Diamagnetism.- 2. Transition-Metal Atoms.- 3. Crystal Field Theory.- 4. Paramagnetic Salts.- 5. Transition Temperatures.- 6. Magnetization.- 7. Crystalline Anisotropy.- 8. Hard and Soft Magnets.- 9. Bubble Memories.- 10. Microwave Garnets.- 11. Magnetooptic Materials.- 12. Magnetoelectricity.- References for Chapter VI.- VII. Materials with Useful Mechanical Properties.- 1. Elasticity.- 2. Mechanical Analog.- 3. Elastic Anisotropy.- 4. Pressure Dependence of the Elastic Stiffness.- 5. Temperature Dependence of the Elastic Stiffness.- 6. Temperature-Compensated Materials.- 7. Surface Wave Materials.- 8. Molecular Geometry and Molecular Flexibility.- 9. Hardness.- 10. Grinding and Polishing.- 11. Friction and Wear.- 12. Dislocations and Plastic Deformation.- 13. Hard Metals.- 14. Cleavage.- 15. Brittle Fracture.- 16. Toughness.- 17. Strengthening of Glass.- 18. Composite Materials.- References for Chapter VII.- Chemical Index.

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