Intermetallic Compounds: v. 1 Crystal Structures of Intermetallic Compounds

Intermetallic Compounds: v. 1 Crystal Structures of Intermetallic Compounds

By: J. H. Westbrook (author), R. L. Fleischer (editor)Paperback

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An intermetallic compound is one consisting of two or more metallic elements present in definite proportions in alloy. They are used in a wide range of industries such as semiconductors and the aerospace industry. Thousands of tons of the nickel aluminum alloy are used worldwide every year.

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Contributors Preface to the 1995 Edition Preface to Reprint Volumes Acronyms Crystal Structure Nomenclature 1 Factors Governing Crystal Structures Pierre Villars 2 Close-Packed Structures Jurgen Hauck and Klaus Mika 3 Body-Centered Cubic Derivative Structures Erwin E. Hellner and Roland Schwarz 4 Wurtzite and Sphalerite Structures Erwin Parthe 5 Atomic Environments in Some Related Intermetallic Structure Types Jo L. C. Daams 6 Some Important Structures of Fixed Stoichiometry Michael V. Nevitt and Carl C. Koch 7 Topologically Close-Packed Structures Evgen I. Gladyshevskii and Oksana Bodak 8 Structure Mapping David G. Pettifor 9 Magnetic Structures Walter L. Roth 10 Quasicrystals and Related Structures Kenneth F. Kelton Index Contents of 1995 edition

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  • publication date: 20/04/2000
  • ISBN13: 9780471608806
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 304
  • ID: 9780471608806
  • weight: 618
  • ISBN10: 0471608807

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