Magnetic Properties of Tectosilicates I

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I.

Author: E. Burzo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540699460

Category: Science

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The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1, 27I2, 27I3, 27I4, 27I5 and 27I6 (already published) deal with orthosilicates, sorosilicates, cyclosilicates, inosilicates, and phyllosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I7 deals with phosphates.

Tectosilicates

While subvolumes 27I1, 27I2, 27I3, 27I4, and 27I5 (already published) deal with orthosilicates, sorosilicates, cyclosilicates, inosilicates, and phyllosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I6 deals with tectosilicates.

Author: E. Burzo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642320743

Category: Science

Page: 309

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The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1, 27I2, 27I3, 27I4, and 27I5 (already published) deal with orthosilicates, sorosilicates, cyclosilicates, inosilicates, and phyllosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I6 deals with tectosilicates. Subvolume 27I6 has been split in three parts α,ß and γ. Further subvolumes will be dedicated to phosphates. – Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.


Magnetic Properties of Non Metallic Inorganic Compounds Based on Transition Elements

The physical properties of faujasites (FAU) as well as of EMT-FAU type frameworks are analysed in this volume.

Author: E. Burzo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783662493366

Category: Science

Page: 558

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The physical properties of faujasites (FAU) as well as of EMT-FAU type frameworks are analysed in this volume. Faujasite type zeolites have a wide range of industrial applications as ion exchanger, sorption agent, molecular sieve and as a catalyst, due primarily to their excellent structural stability, large and accessible pore volume, high activity, high resistance to nitrogen compounds and high regenerability. Important industrial processes, where faujasites are used as catalysts, are cracking, hydrocracking and isomerization for obtaining petroleum products from crude oil.

Tectosilicates

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I.

Author: H. P. J. Wijn

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Physics

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The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1, 27I2, 27I3, 27I4, 27I5 and 27I6 (already published) deal with orthosilicates, sorosilicates, cyclosilicates, inosilicates, and phyllosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I7 deals with phosphates. .

Phyllosilicates

The Landolt-Börnstein Volume 27 deals with the magnetic properties of non-metallic inorganic compounds based on transition elements, such as there are pnictides, chalcogenides, oxides, halides, borates, and finally phosphates and silicates ...

Author: E. Burzo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540712107

Category: Science

Page: 595

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The Landolt-Börnstein Volume 27 deals with the magnetic properties of non-metallic inorganic compounds based on transition elements, such as there are pnictides, chalcogenides, oxides, halides, borates, and finally phosphates and silicates, the latter presented in this subvolume I. A preliminary survey of the contents of all subvolumes that have already appeared or have been planned to appear is printed on the inside of the front cover. The silicates are very complex systems, intensively studied in literature. They cover large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. In analyzing their magnetic and magnetically related properties we essentially followed the classification given by the Mineral Reference Manual (E. H. Nickel, N. C. Nickols, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1991). Individual chapters are dedicated to orthosilicates, sorosilicates, cyclosilicates, inosilicate, phyllosilicates and tectosilicates. Due to the huge amount of data these chapters had to be spread over several subvolumes I1, I2, etc. . - In each chapter the different groups of minerals and synthetic silicates were distinctly analyzed in various sections. For each group, additional silicate minerals, more recently reported, as well as synthetic samples having related compositions and/or crystal structures were also considered. The silicates included in each section were firstly tabulated, mentioning their compositions. The solid solutions between the end member compounds were also described. The space groups and lattice parameters for most silicates were tabulated. Crystal structures of representative silicates were discussed in more detail and the atomic positions were given.

Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology

While subvolumes 27I1 and 27I2 (already published) deal with orthosilicates and sorosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I3 deals with cyclosilicates.

Author: E Burzo

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ISBN: 9783540316909

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The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1 and 27I2 (already published) deal with orthosilicates and sorosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I3 deals with cyclosilicates. Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (inosilicates, phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.

Cyclosilicates

While subvolumes 27I1 and 27I2 (already published) deal with orthosilicates and sorosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I3 deals with cyclosilicates.

Author: E. Burzo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540232247

Category: Science

Page: 314

View: 188

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1 and 27I2 (already published) deal with orthosilicates and sorosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I3 deals with cyclosilicates. Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (inosilicates, phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.

Sorosilicates

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolume 27I1 (already published) deals with orthosilicates, the present subvolume 27I2 deals with sorosilicates.

Author: E. Burzo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540210764

Category: Science

Page: 348

View: 522

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolume 27I1 (already published) deals with orthosilicates, the present subvolume 27I2 deals with sorosilicates. Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (cyclosilicates, inosilicates, phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. - Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.

Inosilicates

While subvolumes 27I1, 27I2 and 27I3 (already published) deal with orthosilicates, sorosilicates and cyclosilicates, respectively,. the present subvolume 27I4 deals with inosilicates.

Author: E. Burzo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540291787

Category: Science

Page: 569

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The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1, 27I2 and 27I3 (already published) deal with orthosilicates, sorosilicates and cyclosilicates, respectively,. the present subvolume 27I4 deals with inosilicates. Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. - Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.

Sorosilicates

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolume 27I1 (already published) deals with orthosilicates, the present subvolume 27I2 deals with sorosilicates.

Author: H.P.J. Wijn

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Physics

Page: 348

View: 697

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolume 27I1 (already published) deals with orthosilicates, the present subvolume 27I2 deals with sorosilicates. Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (cyclosilicates, inosilicates, phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. - Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.

Inosilicates

Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. - Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples.

Author: H.P.J. Wijn

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Electrodynamics

Page: 569

View: 828

The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1, 27I2 and 27I3 (already published) deal with orthosilicates, sorosilicates and cyclosilicates, respectively,. the present subvolume 27I4 deals with inosilicates. Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. - Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.

Cyclosilicates

Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (inosilicates, phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples.

Author: H.P.J. Wijn

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Electrodynamics

Page: 314

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The magnetic properties of silicates and phosphates are compiled in subvolume 27I. While subvolumes 27I1 and 27I2 (already published) deal with orthosilicates and sorosilicates, respectively, the present subvolume 27I3 deals with cyclosilicates. Further subvolumes are dedicated to other types of silicates (inosilicates, phyllosilicates, tectosilicates) and to phosphates. Silicates are very complex systems, covering large classes of minerals as well as synthetic samples. Their crystal structure is discussed and atomic positions are given. In addition to magnetic properties, results of neutron diffraction studies, nuclear gamma resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, transport properties, dielectric and optical data are reviewed.

Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites

... large scale synthesis 187 – magnetic properties 206 187 – microgravity environment 201 – microporous frameworks ... solvothermal technique 198 – structural building unit classification 188 187 – thermal properties – tectosilicate ...

Author: Visakh P.M.

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 3527337806

Category: Science

Page: 456

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Nanomaterials are defined as materials in which at least one length dimension is below 100 nanometers. In this size regime, these materials exhibit particular - and tunable - optical, electrical or mechanical properties that are not present at the macro-scale. This opens up the possibility for a plethora of applications at the interface of materials, chemistry, physics and biology, many of which have already entered the commercial realm. When nanomaterials are blended with other materials not necessarily in the nanometer regime, the resulting nanocomposites can exhibit dramatically different properties than the bulk material alone, leading to an enhanced performance in terms of, for example, increased thermal and mechanical stability. This book presents the synthesis, characterization and applications of nanomaterials and nanocomposites, covering zero-dimensional, elemental nanoparticles, one-dimensional materials such as nanorods and nanowhiskers, two-dimensional materials such as graphene and boron nitride as well as three-dimensional materials such as fullerenes, polyhedral oligomers and zeolites, complemented by bio-based nanomaterials, e.g., cellulose, chitin, starch and proteins. Introductory chapters on the state-of-the-art of nanomaterial research and the chemistry and physics in nanoscience and nanotechnology round off the book.

Early Days of X ray Crystallography

Pauling also studied another type of aluminosilicate, the zeolites, such as sodalite and natrolite, and scapolite, which are tectosilicates. He explained the porosity properties of zeolites by showing that they are honeycombed, ...

Author: André Authier

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199659842

Category: Science

Page: 441

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The modern applications of X-ray crystallography range from drug design to characterisation of high technology materials. This book tells the story of its pioneers and relates how the first crystal structures were determined.


New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology

The results show that during crystallization , germanium substitutes for silicon preferentially in neso- and inosilicates , and is impoverished in tectosilicates . 42. - HATHERTON , T .: The Magnetic Properties of the Whakamaru ...

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Modern Methods of Crystal Structure Prediction

Klee, W.E. (1974) Al/Si distributions in tectosilicates: a graph-theoretical approach. ... Y.-Y., and Shen, X.-P. (2007) A novel threedimensional Cu(II)–Mo(IV) bimetallic complex: synthesis, crystal structure, and magnetic properties.

Author: Artem R. Oganov

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 352764377X

Category: Science

Page: 274

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Gathering leading specialists in the field of structure prediction, this book provides a unique view of this complex and rapidly developing field, reflecting the numerous viewpoints of the different authors. A summary of the major achievements over the last few years and of the challenges still remaining makes this monograph very timely.


Publications

A magnetic suspension densimeter has been used to determine orthobaric liquid densities of gravimetrically prepared ... It was found that the volumetric properties of binary liquid mixtures of the heavy hydrocarbons ( those mixtures not ...

Author: United States. National Bureau of Standards

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