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Metal and Alloy Bonding - An Experimental Analysis

Charge Density in Metals and Alloys

Saravanan, R., Rani, M. Prema

2012, XVI, 151 p.

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  • Provides experimental results relating to the charge density in metals and alloys
  • Includes a complete analysis of the structure, local distribution of atoms and electron distribution in core, valence and bonding region
  • Gives readers the necessary knowledge of charge density to manipulate the manufacture of alloys for specific applications

Charge density analysis of materials provides a firm basis for the evaluation of the properties of materials. The design and engineering of a new combination of metals requires a firm knowledge of intermolecular features. Recent advances in technology and high-speed computation have made the crystal X-ray diffraction technique a unique tool for the determination of charge density distribution in molecular crystal. Methods have been developed to make experimental probes capable of unraveling the features of charge densities in the intra- and inter-molecular regions of crystal structures.

In Metal and Alloy Bonding - An Experimental Analysis, the structural details of materials are elucidated with the X-ray diffraction technique. Analyses of the charge density and the local and average structure are given to reveal the structural properties of technologically important materials. Readers will gain a new understanding of the local and average structure of existing materials.

The electron density, bonding, and charge transfer studies in Metal and Alloy Bonding - An Experimental Analysis contain useful information for researchers in the fields of physics, chemistry, materials science, and metallurgy. The properties described in these studies can contribute to the successful engineering of these technologically important materials.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Charge Density - Local Structure - Maximum Entropy Method - Metal Bonding - X-Ray Diffraction

Related subjects » Atomic, Molecular, Optical & Plasma Physics - Physical Chemistry - Production & Process Engineering - Special types of Materials

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