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Structure and Composition in Relation to Properties

  • J. H. Wernick
Part of the Treatise on Solid State Chemistry book series (TSSC, volume 1)

Abstract

Examination of crystal structure, and thus local coordination, and consideration of the nature of the atoms comprising the solid, i.e., position in the periodic table, have been for many years a crude means of predicting some of the bulk properties of solids. For example, the local coordination and chemical composition are suggestive of the nature of the bonding and have been used to classify materials as metallic, semiconducting, or insulating. A number of generalizations of this sort are discussed in a rigorous manner in Chapter 1 in the context of crystal ionicity. Unifying concepts and trends are always welcome, and it is safe to say the future of solid-state chemistry will rely on how well we utilize them for the discovery of new materials.

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Curie Temperature Slip System Second Harmonic Generation Nearest Neighbor Phonon Spectrum 
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