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Solids; Thermal properties

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  • Ionic Solids at High Temperaturesby A. Stoneham

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1989; US$ 229.00

    Most studies of solids at high temperatures have concentrated on rare gases or metals. However, in the last few years, the special properties of ionic solids at high temperatures have become increasingly important, with applications to geophysics, ceramic processing, nuclear fuels, solid-state electrolytes, and so on. This volume includes a review... more...

  • Thermal Decomposition of Solids and Meltsby Michael E. Brown; Boris V. L'vov

    Springer Netherlands 2007; US$ 239.00

    The appearance of this English edition of my book, ?rst published in Russian in mid-2006, is related to the help and support of two prominent scientists: Professor Michael Brown (Rhodes University Grahamstown, South Africa) and Dr. Judit Simon (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary). The story is as follows. In the winter of 2006,... more...

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