Transport in Nonstoichiometric Compounds [electronic resource] / by George Simkovich
- Simkovich, George
- New York, NY : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1985.
- 1st ed. 1985.
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- 563 pages : online resource
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- Electrical Properties -- Transport in Materials Containing a Dispersed Second Phase -- Thermogravimetric and Electrical Conductivity Studies of Mg-Doped LaCrO3 and La-Doped SrTiO3 -- Experimental Study of MoO3 Electrical Conductivity Changes Under Low Oxygen Pressures -- Electrical Properties of a Fe2(MoO4)3 Catalyst -- Anisotropy of Electrical Properties in Pure and Doped ?Fe2O3 -- Analysis of the Mobility of the Electronic Defects in Co1-?O -- A++/Ti Nonstoichiometry in Alkaline Earth Titanates, ATiO3 -- Defect Structure and Transport in Oxygen Excess Cerium Oxide-Uranium Oxide Solid Solutions -- Transport in Anion Deficient Fluorite Oxides -- The Role of Dopant Ionic Radius in O2- - Conducting Solid Electrolytes -- Diffusion Properties - Primarily Bulk -- The Haven Ratio in Terms of the Self-Diffusion of Charge -- Use and Misuse of Chemical Diffusion Theory -- Influence of Heterovalent Impurities on the Mass Transport in p-Type Semiconducting Oxides -- Concentration Distribution for Diffusion in a Temperature Gradient -- Oxygen Self-Diffusion in Cubic ZrO2 Solid Solutions -- Oxygen Self-Diffusion in Y2O3 and Y2O3-ZrO2 Solid Solution -- Determination of Oxygen Diffusivities in ? and ?" Alumina by 18O/l6O Exchange -- Chemical Diffusion in CoO -- Alteration of CoO Wafers in an Oxygen Chemical Potential Gradient -- Self Diffusion and Creep Studies of the Oxygen Sublattice Point Defects in CoO -- Mechanisms of Impurity Diffusion in Rutile -- Diffusion of 51Cr Tracer in Cr2O3 and the Growth of Cr2O3 Films -- Defect Structure and Transport Properties of the Manganese Oxides Manganosite (Mn1-?O) and Hausmannite (Mn3-?O4) -- The Thermodynamic Factors for the Cation Diffusion in a p-Type Oxide AO Doped with a Monovalent Impurity -- Radiation Enhanced Diffusion in Nuclear Carbides -- Diffusion Properties - Primarily Interfacial -- Volume, Grain Boundary and Surface Diffusion of an Isotope in Some Refractory Oxide Systems: A Comparison -- Diffusion of 18O Tracer in NiO Grain Boundaries -- Near-Surface Mass Transport in Nickel Oxide -- Diffusion in Cr2O3 Via Initial Sintering Experiments -- The Atomistic Simulation of Impurity Segregation at the Surfaces of MgO and CaO -- High Temperature Corrosion -- Simultaneous Erosion and Oxidation of Nickel at High Temperatures -- On the Phase Transformation During Reduction of Magnetite at High Temperatures -- The Preparation of Non-Stoichiometric Sulphides by Solid-Gas Reactions -- The Reactions of Cobalt, Iron and Nickel in SO2 Atmospheres: Similarities and Differences -- The Influence of Ion Implantation of Reactive Elements on the Growth of Cr2O3 Scales on Ni-20% Cr at High Temperature -- Diffusional Growth of Al2O3 Scales and Subscales on Ni-Al, Fe-Al and Fe-Mn-Al Alloys -- Point Defect Considerations -- The Behaviour of Protons in Oxides -- Defect Structure and Transport Properties of Titanates -- Structure and Stoichiometry in Lithium Inserted Metal Oxides -- A Predictive Molecular Orbital Theory Applied to Defects and Structures of Transition Metal Oxides -- Defect Clustering in Rock-Salt Structured Transition Metal Oxides -- Photo of Participants -- Participants -- Compound Index.
- Prior to the 9th International Conference on Reactivity Solids in Krakow, Poland a group of about 25 international scientists held a special conference entitled "Transport in Nonstoichiometric Compounds" in late Aug. 1980 in Mogilany, Poland (near Krakow). This conference was well received in view of the interaction between the participants, as well as the resulting publication of the proceedings (Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, 1982, edited by J. Nowotny). At this first conference the participants decided that it would be desirable to organize similar conferences at about two year intervals. Thus, a second meeting was held in late June, early July at Alenya, Pyrenees Orientales, France. This conference had a larger number of participants, about 50, but still managed to promote excellent interaction between all the participants. These proceedings, with editors G. Petot-Ervas, Hj. Matzke and C. Monty, have also been published by Elsevier as a special edition of the journal, Solid State lonics, Vol. 12 (1984). In view of the success of the initial two conferences, a third meeting was organized and held at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA., 16802, U.S.A. from 11 June 84 to 15 June 84. The proceedings of this conference are presented in the following text.
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