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Title Inorganic materials / edited by Duncan W. Bruce and DermotO'Hare.
Imprint Chichester ; New York : Wiley, [1992]

Subject Materials.
Inorganic compounds.
Alt Name Bruce, Duncan W.
O'Hare, Dermot.
Description xiv, 543 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Molecular inorganic superconductors / Patrick Cassoux and Lydie Valade -- Molecular inorganic magnetic materials / Olivier Kahn, Yu Pei and Yves Journaux -- Metal-containing materials for nonlinear optics / Seth R. Marder -- Inorganic intercalation compounds / Dermot O'Hare -- Biogenic inorganic materials / Stephen Mann -- Clay chemistry / Richard W. McCabe -- Polymeric coordination complexes : bridging molecular metals and conductive polymers / Glen Eugene Kellogg and John G. Gaudiello -- Metal-containing liquid crystals / Duncan W. Bruce -- Precursors for electronic materials / Paul O'Brien.
ISBN 0471928895 : $90.45
OCLC # 26672716
Table of Contents
 List of Contributors 
1Molecular Inorganic Superconductors1
 1.2Use of Guidelines for Selecting Candidate Systems7
 1.3The Synthesis of Conductors and Superconductors Based on [M(dmit)[subscript 2]] Complexes12
 1.4Questions Related to the Systems [M(dmit)[subscript 2]]20
 1.5Dimensionality and the Origin of Superconductivity in [M(dmit)2]-based Superconductors28
 1.6Band Structure Calculations and General Discussion46
2Molecular Inorganic Magnetic Materials59
 2.2Some Generalities in Molecular Magnetism61
 2.3Interaction in Binuclear Compounds66
 2.4Magnetic Chain Compounds71
 2.5Magnetic Long-Range Ordering in Molecular Compounds83
3Metal-containing Materials for Nonlinear Optics115
 3.2Basic Concepts of Nonlinear Optics116
 3.3Nonlinear Optical Properties of Organometallic and Coordination Compounds134
4Inorganic Intercalation Compounds165
 4.2The Kinetics and Mechanism of Intercalation173
 4.3Synthetic Methods176
 4.4Lamellar Host Lattices and their Intercalates183
 4.5Chain Structure Host Lattices and their Intercalates222
 4.6Framework Hosts and their Intercalates224
5Biogenic Inorganic Materials237
 5.2Biominerals: Types and Functions240
 5.3Crystal Engineering249
 5.4Control Mechanisms251
6Clay Chemistry295
 6.2Clay-mediated Organic Reactions307
7Polymeric Coordination Complexes353
 7.2Examples of Polymeric Systems367
 7.3Electrochemical Characterisation of Soluble Polymeric Coordination Complexes384
8Metal-containing Liquid Crystals405
 8.2The Thermotropic Liquid Crystal State408
 8.3Lyotropic Liquid Crystals419
 8.4Mesophase Characterisation421
 8.5Metal Complexes as Liquid Crystals424
 8.6Mesomorphic Coordination Complexes of Monodentate Ligands425
 8.7Mesomorphic Coordination Complexes of Bidentate Ligands438
 8.8Mesomorphic Coordination Complexes of Polydentate Ligands471
 8.9Miscellaneous Organometallics476
 8.10Lyotropic Liquid Crystals from Amphiphilic Complexes478
 8.11Where Lies the Future?481
9Precursors for Electronic Materials491
 9.1Electronic Materials492
 9.2Methods for Crystal Growth497
 9.3Requirements for Precursors502
 9.4Precursors for III/V Materials505
 9.5Precursors for II/VI Materials510
 9.6Precursors for Oxides519
 9.7Other Materials Important in Semiconductor Fabrication525

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