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A Handbook of Lattice Spacings and Structures of Metals and Alloys
International Series of Monographs on Metal Physics and Physical Metallurgy, Vol. 4
1st Edition - January 1, 1958
Author: W. B. Pearson
Editor: G. V. Raynor
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A Handbook of Lattice Spacing and Structures of Metals and Alloys is a 12-chapter handbook that describes the structures and lattice spacings of all binary and ternary alloys. … Read more
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A Handbook of Lattice Spacing and Structures of Metals and Alloys is a 12-chapter handbook that describes the structures and lattice spacings of all binary and ternary alloys. This book starts with an introduction to the accurate determination of structure and lattice spacings. The subsequent chapters deal with the role of structure determination and lattice spacings in alloy formation, as well as the application of this determination to the equilibrium diagram examination. These topics are followed by discussions on the correlation of lattice spacing and magnetic property, including X-ray crystallographic data for those structures allotted a “Strukturbericht” type. The remaining chapters contain table lists information about the crystal structures, densities, and expansion coefficients of the elements. These chapters also present further information about lattice spacing and structure determination on metals in alphabetical order. This book is of value to physicists and metallurgists.
PrefacePart I Chapter I Introduction to the Accurate Determination of Lattice Spacings (i) Units of Measurement (ii) The Use of the Debye-Scherrer Method Chapter II Application of Structure Determination and Lattice Parameter Measurement to the Examination of Equilibrium Diagrams (i) The Disappearing-Phase Method of Determining Phase Boundaries (ii) The Lattice-Spacing Method for Determining Phase Boundaries in Binary Alloys (iii) The Lattice-Spacing Method of Determining Phase Boundaries in Ternary Alloys (iv) The Use of High-Temperature X-Ray Photography in the Determination of Phase Boundaries Chapter III Structure Determination and Lattice Spacings in the Theory of Alloy Formation (i) The Size Factor: Atomic and Ionic Radius (ii) Interatomic Distance and Electronic Configuration (iii) Lattice Spacings of Terminal Solid Solutions: Size Factors and Valency Effects (iv) Intermediate Phases Formed Primarily for Geometrical Reasons (v) The Brillouin Zone Concept (vi) Electron Concentration and the Brillouin Zone Concept: Intermediate Phases (vii) Brillouin Zone Concept and Solid-Solution Lattice Spacings Chapter IV The Relationship of Lattice Spacings and Magnetic Properties (i) Ferromagnetism and Interatomic Distance (ii) Changes of Lattice Spacing during Transitions Involving Ferromagnetism and Antiferromagnetism (iii) Correlation of Lattice Spacing and Magnetic Property Changes in Ferromagnetics Chapter V Miscellaneous aspects of Lattice-Spacing Variation (i) Thermal Expansion (ii) The Influence of Quenching Stresses on Lattice Spacings (iii) The Influence of Particle Size on Lattice Spacing and Crystal Structure (iv) Degree of Long Range Order and Lattice Distortion (v) Lattice Distortion of Solid Solutions and Physical Properties (vi) Lattice Spacing and Superconductivity (vii) Analysis of the Composition of Alloys (viii) The Use of Density MeasurementsPart II Chapter VI Crystallographic Data on "Strukturbericht": Types Chapter VII Tabulated Lattice Spacings and Data of the Elements Chapter VIII Tabulated Lattice Spacings and Data of Intermediate Phases in Alloy Systems Chapter IX Tabulated Lattice Spacings and Data of Borides, Carbides, Hydrides, Nitrides, and Binary Oxides Chapter X Classification of Intermetallic Phases According to Structure Type Chapter XI An Alphabetical Index of Work on Metals and Alloys Chapter ΧII Alphabetical Index of Work on Borides, Carbides, Hydrides, Nitrides, and Binary Oxides