W Tungsten

Metal, Chemical Reactions with Metals Zinc to Lawrencium

  • Authors
  • Wolfgang Kurtz
  • Hans Vanecek
  • Ernst Koch
  • Wolfgang Kurtz

Part of the W. Wolfram. Tungsten (System-Nr. 54) book series (GMELIN, volume W / A-B / A / 6 / b)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages N2-XIX
  2. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 1-1
  3. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 2-3
  4. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 4-6
  5. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 7-11
  6. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 12-14
  7. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 15-19
  8. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 19-19
  9. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 20-55
  10. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 56-63
  11. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 64-69
  12. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 70-72
  13. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 73-79
  14. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 80-87
  15. Tin
    Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 88-92
  16. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 93-100
  17. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 101-102
  18. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 103-106
  19. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 107-114
  20. Wolfgang Kurtz, Hans Vanecek
    Pages 115-121

About this book

Introduction

The present volume continues the description of the chemical reactions of eiemental tungsten started with "Tungsten" Suppl. Vol. A 7. It covers the reactions with the metallic elements from zinc to actinoids. The treatment includes phase diagrams, bulk reactions, and surface processes which again are of outstanding importance in most systems. The raader is referred to the introductory remarks on pp. X/XI. Frankfurt am Main Ernst Koch November 1987 Introductory Remarks Abbreviations In order not to overload the text, the following abbreviations are sometimes used without definitions in the present volume, in addition to the abbreviations usual in the Gmelin Handbook. a. c. alternating current AE Auger electron Auger electron spectroscopy(ic) or spectrum AES bcc body-centered cubic CPD contact potential difference counts per second cps d. c. direct current DTA differential thermoanalysis Fermi Ievel EF EI electron impact ELS electron energy loss spectroscopy or spectrum EMF, emf electromotive force fcc face-centered cubic FE field emission field electron (emission) microscope(ic) FEM FES field emission spectroscopy FIM field ion microscope(ic) F-N Fowler-Nordheim hcp hexagonal close-packed 6 L Langmuir=1·10- Torr·s LEED low energy electron diffraction monolayer ML PES photoelectron spectroscopy PSD photon-stimulated desorption RHEED reflection high energy electron diffraction room temperature RT SI secondary ion SIMS secondary ion mass spectrometry TDS thermal desorption spectroscopy(ic) or spectrum TE thermionic emission total energy distribution TED UHV ultra-high vacuum UPS ultra-violet photoelectron spectroscopy(ic) or spectrum XPS X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy(ic) or spectrum Gmelin Handbock WSuppl. Vol.

Keywords

Chemical reaction distribution energy metals reactions spectroscopy zinc

Editors and affiliations

  • Ernst Koch
    • 1
  • Wolfgang Kurtz
  1. 1.Frankfurt am MainGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-08690-2
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-662-08692-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-662-08690-2
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