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Chemical Bonding in Solids

ISBN-10: 0195089928
ISBN-13: 9780195089929
Edition: 1995
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Description: This book offers a clear, pedagogical synthesis of chemical bonding theory and structural considerations in solid state chemistry at the level of a first year graduate course. It will also be of interest to a large variety of researchers interested  More...

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Book details

List price: $99.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/30/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

This book offers a clear, pedagogical synthesis of chemical bonding theory and structural considerations in solid state chemistry at the level of a first year graduate course. It will also be of interest to a large variety of researchers interested in applying the latest theoretical ideas to their more applied efforts in synthesizing and characterizing important new materials.

Molecules
The H2 Molecule: Molecular Orbital Approach
The H2 Molecule: Localized Approach
Energy Levels of HHe
Energy Levels of Linear Conjugated Molecules
Energy Levels of Cyclic Polynenes
Energy Differences and Moments
The Jahn-Teller Effects
From Molecules to Solids
The Solid as a Giant Molecule
Some Properties of Solids from the Band Picture
Two Atom Cells
The Peierls Distortion
Other One-Dimensional Systems
Second Order Peierls Distortions
More Details Concerning Energy Bands
The Brillouin Zone
The Fermi Surface
Symmetry Considerations
The Electronic Structure of Solids
Oxides with the NaCl, TiO2 and MoO2 Structures
The Diamond and Zincblende Structures
"Localization" and "Delocalized" Orbitals in Solids
The Structure of NbO
Chemical Bonding in Ionic Compounds
The Transition Metals
The Free-Electron Model
Compounds Between Transition Metals and Main Group Elements
The Nickel Arsenide and Related Structures
Molecular Metals
Division into Electronic Types
Metals and Insulators
The Importance of Structure and Composition
The Structures of Calcium and Zinc
Geometrical Instabilities
Importance of Electron-Electron Interactions
Transition Metal and Rare Earth Oxides
Effect of Doping
Superconductivity in the C60 Series
High-Temperature Superconductors
The Structures of Solids and Pauling's Rules
General Description of Ion Packings
The First Rule
The Second Rule
The Third Rule
The Fifth Rule
The Description of Solids in Terms of Pair Potentials
The Structures of Some Covalent Solids
Electron Counting
Change of Structure with Electron Count
Structures of Some AX2 Solids
Structures Derived from Simple Cubic or Rocksalt
The Stability of the Rocksalt and Zincblende Structures
The Structures of the Spinels
Distortions of the Cadmium Halide Structure
Distortions of the Cadmium Halide Structure: Trigonal Prismatic Coordination
Distortions of the Cadmium Halide Structure t2g Block Instabilities
The Rutile Versus Cadmium Halide Versus Pyrite Structures
Second Order Structural Changes
More About Structures
The Structures of the Elements
The Structures of Some Main Group Intermetallic Compounds
The Hume-Rothary Rules
Pseudopotential Theory
The Structures of the First Row Elements
The Coloring Problem
Structural Stability and Band Gap

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