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Fluid Metals : the Liquid-Vapor Transition of Metals

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Fluid Metals : the Liquid-Vapor Transition of Metals
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Fluid Metals
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the Liquid-Vapor Transition of Metals
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This is a long-needed general introduction to the physics and chemistry of the liquid-vapor phase transition of metals. Physicists and physical chemists have made great strides understanding the basic principles involved, and engineers have discovered a wide variety of new uses for fluid metals. Yet there has been no book that brings together the latest ideas and findings in the field or that bridges the conceptual gap between the condensed-matter physics relevant to a dense metallic liquid and the molecular chemistry relevant to a dilute atomic vapor. Friedrich Hensel and William Warren se
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Physical Chemistry: Science and Engineering
Fluid Metals : the Liquid-Vapor Transition of Metals
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Fluid Metals : the Liquid-Vapor Transition of Metals
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Contents
  • List of Figures ; List of Tables ; Preface ; Chapter 1 -- Introduction; 1.1 The Science of Fluid Metals; 1.2 The Liquid-Vapor Critical Point Data of Fluid Metals and Semiconductors ; 1.3 Technological Considerations; 1.4 Scope of the Book; Chapter 2 -- Fluids with State-Dependent Electronic Structure ; 2.1 Fluid Metals; 2.2 Fluid Semiconductors; 2.3 Mechanisms of Electronic Transitions; 2.4 Theories of the Metal-Nonmetal Transition and Phase Behavior in Fluids ; 2.5 Challenges for Experimentalists; Chapter 3 -- Alkali Metals; 3.1 Monovalent Fluid Metals; 3.2 Magnetic Properties
  • 3.3 Optical Properties3.4 Structure; 3.5 The Equation of State; 3.6 Electron Transport; 3.7 Hydrogen-The Lightest Alkali Metal?; Chapter 4 -- Mercuiy; 4.1 A Divalent Fluid Metal; 4.2 Optical Properties; 4.3 Magnetic Properties; 4.4 Structure; 4.5 The Equation of State; 4.6 Electron Transport; 4.7 The Metal-Nonmetal Transition in Mercury Clusters; Chapter 5 -- Chalcogens; 5.1 Selenium; The Middle Chalcogen; 5.2 Structure; 5.3 Optical Properties; 5.4 Electronic Transport; 5.5 Magnetic Properties; 5.6 The Equation of State; 5.7 Electronic Transitions in the Critical Region
  • Chapter 6 -- Critical Fluctuations and Interfacial Phenomena 6.1 Fluctuations and the State-Dependent Interaction; 6.2 The Critical Region of Single-Component Fluids; 6.3 Critical Phenomena in Dilute Binary Mixtures; 6.4 Wetting; 6.5 Homogeneous Nucleation of Supersaturated Metal Vapor; Chapter 7 -- High-Temperature/High-Pressure Techniques; 7.1 The lnternally Heated Autoclave; 7.2 Equation-of-State and Electrical Measurements; 7.3 Magnetic Measurements; 7.4 Neutron Diffraction Studies; 7.5 Optical Measurements; 7.6 X-Ray Measurements; Appendix; Index
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