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Physics of Elasticity and Crystal Defects

£49.99

Adrian P. Sutton

9780198860785
Hardback
June 2020

Oxford Series on Materials Modelling

Although linear elasticity of defects in solids is well established, this textbook introduces the subject in a novel way by comparing key concepts at the atomic scale and at the usual continuum scale, and it explores the relationships between these treatments. There are exercises to work through, with solutions for instructors from the OUP website.

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Problems in Structural Inorganic Chemistry

Second Edition

£43.49

Wai-Kee Li, Hung Kay Lee, Dennis Kee Pui Ng, Yu-San Cheung, Kendrew Kin Wah Mak, Thomas Chung Wai Mak

9780198823919
Paperback
November 2018

This textbook offers over 400 problems and solutions in structural inorganic chemistry for senior undergraduates and beginning graduates. It is an updated companion text to Advanced Structural Inorganic Chemistry by the same authors. The new edition adds over 100 new problems and three new chapters on metal compounds and bioinorganic chemistry.

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Crystallography: A Very Short Introduction

£8.99

A. M. Glazer

9780198717591
Paperback
March 2016

Very Short Introductions

Crystallography is a vital field that underlies much research in chemistry and materials science, and has played a central role in molecular biology. Mike Glazer shows how scientists have used X-ray diffraction to probe the structure of molecules, and discusses the results of our deeper understanding of the nature of chemical bonds.

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