Transition Metal Oxides: Structure, Properties, and Synthesis of Ceramic Oxides
Praise for the First Edition:
"Very useful for researchers in solid-state chemistry and as a textbook of advanced inorganic chemistry for PhD students." -Advanced Materials.
This book provides unified coverage of the structure, properties, and synthesis of transition metal oxides. Written by two world-class scientists, it offers both an excellent window on modern solid-state chemistry and a gateway to understanding the behavior of inorganic solids.
Scientists and advanced students in inorganic and solid-state chemistry, materials science, ceramics, and condensed matter science will welcome this updated Second Edition, which features new or expanded material on:
* Oxyanion derivatives of cuprates, mercury cuprates, ladder compounds, and new oxide systems
* Giant magnetoresistance, superconductivity, and nonlinear materials
* Recently developed synthetic strategies and examples, including soft chemistry routes
* Hundreds of illustrations
* Helpful references.
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