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The nature of solids

by Alan Holden

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Published by Dover in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solids.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan Holden.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC176 .H6 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination241 p. :
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1558048M
    ISBN 100486270777
    LC Control Number91038931

    The fundamental electronic properties of non- metallic, inorganic, crystalline solids depend in a natural manner on the character of the chemical bond which is developed between constituent atoms. For example, the familiar Group-IV semiconductors are totally covalent and exhibit characteristics which are qualitatively different from highly Cited by: The Nature of Solids Chapter 10 Solids: Solids do not move freely like liquids and gases Rather, they vibrate about fixed points Do not take the shape or volume of the container They are dense and incompressible Solids and kinetic energy: Increase in average kinetic energy = increase in particle vibration = increase in temperature Melting Point: Mp = Solid turning to liquid .

    The Nature of Solids Summary: Solids tend to be dense and difficult to compress. They do not flow or take the shape of their containers, like liquids do, because the particles in solids vibrate around fixed points. When a solid is heated until its particles vibrate so rapidly that they are no longer held in fixed positions, the solid melts.   David Lewis, Ph.D., formerly a senior-level research microbiologist at EPA-ORD, was terminated by EPA for publishing two articles in .

    This book illustrates how MATLAB compact and powerful programming framework can be very useful in the finite element analysis of solids and structures, introduces finite element concepts and an extensive list of MATLAB codes and solves . THE NATURE OF CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS In an assembly of atoms or molecules a solid phase is formed whenever the interatomic (intermolecular) attractive forces significantly exceed the disruptive thermal forces and thus restrict the mobility of File Size: KB.


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