Last edited by Kashicage
Tuesday, May 19, 2020 | History

6 edition of Inorganic crystal structures found in the catalog.

Inorganic crystal structures

by Bruce G. Hyde

  • 3 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crystallography.,
  • Inorganic compounds.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementB.G. Hyde, Sten Andersson.
    ContributionsAndersson, Sten.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD921 .H93 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 430 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages430
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2530032M
    ISBN 100471628972
    LC Control Number88005492

      Crystal Structure Data of Inorganic Compounds Key Element: O Part 2 shows up in the volume list as. Key Element: O Part 2; Crystal Structures of Inorganic Compounds Structure Types Part 1: Space Groups () Ia-3d -()-Fc shows up as. Crystal Structures of Inorganic Compounds Structure Types Part 1: Space Groups () Ia-3d -( Author: Teri Vogel. In this paper we report the synthesis and the crystal structure of inorganic–organic hybrids containing various lead halides as the inorganic motif and a primary amine as the organic constituent. The organic molecule investigated is (C 6 H 5 C*H(CH 3)NH 2) and both the R and S as well as the racemic (±) forms were used. Within the structures obtained, three different inorganic motifs are Cited by:

    Crystal structure. This note covers the following topics: Bravais lattice, Atom positions, crystal directions and Miller indices, Description of crystal structures, Close packed structures: hexagonal close packing and cubic close packing, Coordination number, Octahedral and tetrahedral vacancies, Defects in crystalline solids. A revised and updated English version of a postgraduate textbook that has grown out of several years of classroom development. The term inorganic is used in a broad sense as the book covers the structural chemistry of representative elements (including carbon) in the Periodic Table, organometallics, coordination polymers, host-guest systems and supramolecular assemblies.

    To identify the effects of halogen bonding in the architecture of Schiff base complex supramolecular networks, we introduced halogenated Schiff-base 3-BrCl-salen as ligand and isolated a new salen-type manganese(III) complex [MnIII(Cl)(H2O)(3-BrCl-salen)] (1) where 3-BrCl-salen = N,N’-bis(3-bromochlorosalicylidene)-1,2-diamine. The complex was investigated in the solid-state. Crystal Structure Databases The CDS provides databases containing crystal structure data on organic, organo-metallic and inorganic compounds as well as metals and alloys. They provide information on crystal structures that have lready been determined, and are a valuable source of model compounds for download.


Share this book
You might also like
Watershed approach to water quality management

Watershed approach to water quality management

Memory no servant [poems : 1947-1967]

Memory no servant [poems : 1947-1967]

Collected verses and hymns

Collected verses and hymns

The stool pigeon chronicle

The stool pigeon chronicle

Wilhelm Schmidt and the origin of the idea of God

Wilhelm Schmidt and the origin of the idea of God

Faery queene.

Faery queene.

Juridical bases of diplomatic immunity

Juridical bases of diplomatic immunity

6 nature adventures.

6 nature adventures.

International law, an introduction

International law, an introduction

Orbit, lacrimal apparatus, eyelids, and conjunctiva

Orbit, lacrimal apparatus, eyelids, and conjunctiva

Telstar

Telstar

California; A Guide to the Golden State

California; A Guide to the Golden State

Hearing on San Francisco vessel traffic service

Hearing on San Francisco vessel traffic service

Inorganic crystal structures by Bruce G. Hyde Download PDF EPUB FB2

Provides a systematic description of a wide range of nonmolecular structures, covering metals, metal alloys (e.g., intermetallics, borides and carbides), minerals, and other inorganic substances.

Complex structures are shown to be easily derived from simple, well-known structures--including many structures previously considered too complex for simple by: Inorganic crystal structures. Provides a systematic description of a Inorganic crystal structures book range of nonmolecular structures, covering metals, metal alloys (e.g., intermetallics, borides and carbides), minerals, and other inorganic substances.

About the book. Description. This survey of the important types of inorganic and organic crystal structures treats its subject thoroughly and in sufficient depth for undergraduate modules in chemistry courses.

Features of this book are the instructions for 3D stereoviewing which is central to a full appreciation of Inorganic crystal structures book presentation. Following an extensive discussion on the symmetry of crystals in the previous chapter, a large number of crystal structures of inorganic compounds are collected in this chapter to familiarize readers with the most common space groups.

The basic crystal structures introduced include cubic closest packing (NaCl, CaF2, cubic ZnS, spinel compounds, etc.), hexagonal closest packing (hexagonal ZnS. Structural principles of inorganic molecules and solids are described through traditional concepts, modern bond-theoretical theories, as well as taking symmetry as a leading principle.

Reviews This book is a good teaching resource. The chapter of “Crystal Structures” from the book entitled “A Textbook of Inorganic Chemistry – Volume 1” covers the following topics: Structures of some binary and ternary compounds such as fluorite, antifluorite, rutile, antirutile, crystobalite, layer lattices- CdI2, BiI3; ReO3, Mn2O3, corundum, perovskite, Ilmenite and Calcite.

This survey of the important types of inorganic and organic crystal structures treats its subject thoroughly and in sufficient depth for undergraduate modules in chemistry courses. Features of this book are the instructions for 3D stereoviewing which is central to a full appreciation of the presentation.

Books > A Textbook of Inorganic Chemistry – Volume 1. The section of “Problems – Crystal Structures” from the chapter entitled “Crystal Structures” covers the following topics: Problems - Crystal Structures contains subjective question expected in university semester examination from the chapter “Crystal Structures”.

Skip to. Book January () R-3m - () P3m1’ of Volume 43 ‘Crystal Structures of Inorganic Compounds’ of Landolt-Börnstein - Group III ‘Condensed Matter’. It contains the. Crystal structure of 41 is shown in Fig. 27 and revealed the structure of the macrocyclic ligand in which the six-membered ring has chair conformation (Fig.

27). The asymmetric unit is completed by the two chloride ions and a water molecule in which all C–C, C–O and C–N bonds are : Nader Noroozi Pesyan. Inorganic crystal structures. [Bruce G Hyde; Sten Andersson] -- The text provides a system which depicts each type of polyhedran in a uniform way - octahedra by line-shading (usually) one face, tetrahedra by dotting, and so on.

A number of other inorganic crystal structures are formed (at least conceptually) by filling octahedral and/or tetrahedral holes in close-packed lattices.

The figure at the right shows some of the most common structures (fluorite, halite, zincblende) as well as a rather rare one (Li 3 Bi) that derive from the fcc lattice. Sn and Pb, on the other hand, adopt structures with high coordination numbers. They do not have enough valence electrons to make electron pair bonds to each neighbor (this is a common feature of metals).

What happens in this case is that the valence electrons become "smeared out" or delocalized over all the atoms in the crystal. Inorganic Structural Chemistry describes the structural principles of inorganic molecules and solids using traditional concepts as well as modern approaches.

It includes the systematic ordering of the recognized structure types, relationships amongst them, and the link between structure and by: Inorganic Chemistry: A Concise Text Inorganic Chemistry is intended to provide a concise text-book of inorganic chemistry at a standard intermediate between that required for Advanced Level in schools and honors degree courses.

The book is organized into two parts. The NIST Inorganic Crystal Structure Database (ICSD) is produced by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

It is a comprehensive collection of crystal structure data of inorganic compounds containing more thanentries and covering the literature from The NIST ICSD web site provides materials researchers with a user. BOOK REVIEWS Acta Cryst. B46, Inorganic crystal structures.

By B. HYDE and STEN ANDERSON. xviii+ Chichester, New York: John Wiley, Price £ The main purpose of the authors of this book is to demonstrate the sphere-packing approach to a wide variety of structures.

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry by Wikibooks. This book covers the following topics: Symmetry Elements, Molecular Point Groups, Matrices, Character Tables, Diatomic Molecular Orbitals, NH3 Molecular Orbitals, Td Molecular Orbitals, D4h Molecular Orbitals, Pi Donor and Acceptor Ligands, Normal Modes of Vibration, Selection Rules for IR and Raman Spectroscopy, Stretching Frequencies and Structure.

The FIZ/NIST Inorganic Crystal Structure Database is a collection of crystal structure entries for non-organic compounds including inorganics, ceramics, minerals, pure elements, metals and intermetallics. The database is produced cooperatively with FIZ-Karlsruhe, Germany, and includes information published since Crystals and Crystal Structures is an introductory text for students and others who need to understand the subject without necessarily becoming crystallographers.

Using the book will enable students to read scientific papers and articles describing a crystal structure or use crystallographic databases with confidence and understanding.

structural architecture. The book by A´ ngel Vegas is a comprehensive (yet provocative and quite original, see below) treatise on crystal chemistry, where the author unifies a large amount of data to construct a coherent conceptual framework for understanding the large family of inorganic structures usually interpreted through the ionic model Author: Sergey V.

Krivovichev, Sergey V. Krivovichev.An inorganic compound is typically a chemical compound that lacks C-H bonds, that is, a compound that is not an organic compound, but the distinction is not defined or even of particular interest. Inorganic compounds comprise most of the Earth's crust, although the compositions of the deep mantle remain active areas of investigation.The book describes the structural principles of inorganic molecules and solids using traditional concepts as well as modern approaches.

It also includes the systematic ordering of the recognized structure types and the disclosure of relationships amongst them. Relations of structures .