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High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II (Structure and Bonding) epub ebook

by R. Haubner,M. Herrmann,B. Lux,G. Petzow,R. Weissenbacher,M. Wilhelm,M. Jansen

High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II (Structure and Bonding) epub ebook

Author: R. Haubner,M. Herrmann,B. Lux,G. Petzow,R. Weissenbacher,M. Wilhelm,M. Jansen
Category: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2002 edition (August 26, 2002)
Pages: 172 pages
ISBN: 3540431322
ISBN13: 978-3540431329
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High Performance Non-Oxid. Both volumes of the series should prove to be very comprehensive sources of information and references for those interested in systems consisting of silicon, nitrogen, carbon, and boron.

Haubner, M. Wilhelm, R. Weissenbacher, B. Lux. Pages 1-45. Silicon Nitride Ceramics. G. Petzow, M. Herrmann.

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Start by marking High Performance Non-Oxide Ceramics II: 2 (Structure and Bonding) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The second volume on high performance non-oxide ceramics, this text covers the properties, synthesis and applications of boron nitrides and also looks at silicon nitride ceramics.

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Haubner R, Wilhelm M, Weissenbacher R and Lux B 2002 High Performance Non-Oxide. Ceramics II, Structure and Bonding, vol 102 (Berlin: Springer-Verlag) p 1-45. The structure and electronic properties of crystals consisting of graphene layers of four main poly� morphic modifications, namely, L6, L4–8, L3–12, and L4–6–12, have been calculated in the framework of the density functional theory (DFT) using the generalized gradient approximation (GGA). The structural char� acteristics of individual layers and their relative positions that correspond to the minimum energy of interlayer bonds in the crystals have been found from the calculations.

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The nitrides and carbides of boron and silicon are proving to be an excellent choice when selecting materials for the design of devices that are to be employed under particularly demanding environmental and thermal con- tions. The high degree of cross-linking, due to the preferred coordination numbers of the predominantly covalently bonded constituents equalling or exceeding three, lends these non-oxidic ceramics a high kinetic stability, and is regarded as the microscopic origin of their impressive thermal and mechanical durability. Thus it does not come as a surprise that the chemistry, the physical properties and the engineering of the corresponding binary, ternary, and even quaternary compounds have been the subject of intensive and sustained efforts in research and development. In the five reviews presented in the volumes 101 and 102 of "Structure and Bonding" an attempt has been made to cover both the essential and the most recent advances achieved in this particular field of materials research. The scope of the individual contributions is such as to address both graduate students, specializing in ceramic materials, and all scientists in academia or industry dealing with materials research and development. Each review provides, in its introductory part, the chemical, physical and, to some extent, historical background of the respective material, and then focuses on the most relevant and the most recent achievements.
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