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M. F. C. Ladd
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Ellis Horwood Ltd; 1 edition (June 26, 1995)
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Contact Technical Service. Chemical Bonding In Solids And Fluids. Written by a highly-regarded scientist and teacher, this book examines and discusses the nature of and properties associated with interatomic and intermolecular forces in solids and fluids. ISBN-13 978-013474925-9. Provides stereoscopic diagrams of three-dimensional structure; covers computer methods, where appropriate; classifies and discusses solids in terms of bond type; considers liquid structure and properties. For students in chemistry, chemical physics, and biochemistry.

In metallic solids and network solids, however, chemical bonds hold the individual chemical subunits together. The crystal is essential a single, macroscopic molecule with continuous chemical bonding throughout the entire structure. In metallic solids, the valence electrons are no longer exclusively associated with a single atom.

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fluid-solid interactions in . The parameters of the fluid and solid particles are the same in the. previous erosion simulation. engineering, geotechnical engineering, chemical engineering and biomechanical engineering. In. solving the problems the complexity of particle-fluid interactions remains a major challenge that.

Chemical bonds, Solids, Liquids.

Published 1994 by Ellis Horwood in New York. Chemical bonds, Solids, Liquids. Includes bibliographical references and index. Ellis Horwood series in physical chemistry.

Solids can be classified according to the nature of the bonding between their atomic or molecular components. The traditional classification distinguishes four kinds of bonding: Covalent bonding, which forms network covalent solids (sometimes called simply "covalent solids"). Ionic bonding, which forms ionic solids. Metallic bonding, which forms metallic solids. Weak inter molecular bonding, which forms molecular solids (sometimes anomalously called "covalent solids").

Автор: Ladd, Mark Название: Bonding, Structure and Solid-State Chemistry Издательство . Описание: This book offers a clear, pedagogical synthesis of chemical bonding theory and studies considerations in solid state chemistry at the level of a first-year graduate course.

Описание: This book offers a clear, pedagogical synthesis of chemical bonding theory and studies considerations in solid state chemistry at the level of a first-year graduate course.

Chemical Bonds in Solids. Volume 4: Semiconductor Crystals, Glasses, and Liquids

Chemical Bonds in Solids. Volume 4: Semiconductor Crystals, Glasses, and Liquids. Academician N. N. Sirota. The present four volumes, published under the collective title of "Chemical Bonds in Solids," are the translation of the two Russian books "Chemical Bonds in Crystals" and "Chemical Bonds in Semiconductors. These contain the papers presented at the Conference on Chemical Bonds held in Minsk between May 28 and June 3, 1967, together with a few other papers (denoted by an asterisk) which have been specially incorporated.

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Chemical Engineering.

Written by a highly-regarded scientist and teacher, this book examines and discusses the nature of and properties associated with interatomic and intermolecular forces in solids and fluids. All discussions feature mathematical treatments accessible to chemistry students. Provides stereoscopic diagrams of three-dimensional structure; covers computer methods, where appropriate; classifies and discusses solids in terms of bond type; considers liquid structure and properties . For students in chemistry, chemical physics, and biochemistry.