An abridged version of the author's "Solid State Chemistry and Applications", this textbook has been restructured to give solid state teaching courses a coherent and logical progression of subject material and to provide students with a readable introduction to this growth area. The chapters have been reduced to concentrate on the basics of solid state theory. Applications are mentioned, but each has been given as an example, rather than explained in its own right.
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Solid state chemistry is a rapidly developing subject. In keeping with the pace of new ideas, this Second Edition provides the reader with an up-to-date account of essential topics and exciting new concepts.
* New chapter on Synthetic Methods, covering solid state, precursor, chemie douce, intercalation, gas phase and other methods.
* New and expanded coverage of fullerenes, solid solutions, superconductivity, ionic conductivity, diamond films, armphous silicon, electrochromic displays, solid oxide fuel cells.
* Many new examples, and increased number of student problems; worked answers available to course lecturers and tutors.
Basic Solid State Chemistry, Second Edition is suitable for students taking a first course in solid state chemistry.
Reviews of the First Edition:
"Professor West is to be congratulated on producing a text at the right level and with the right approach to render it an ideal course book for undergraduate studies in Solid State Chemistry and Materials Science." Acta Crystallographica, (1990), B46, 447
"This book is clearly produced with excellent diagrams and well labelled figures." Chemistry in Britain, March 1989
"..an excellent text for undergraduates specialising in the area..cannot be beaten for its informed coverage of a key subject area.", Professor Mark Weller, Head of the Inorganic Materials and Solid State Chemistry research group at the University of Southampton, The Alchemist, Augst 1999#
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