With the rapid development of fast processors, the power of a mini-super computer now exists in a lap-top box. Quite sophisticated techniques are be coming accessible to geoscientists, thus making disciplinary boundaries fade. Chemists and physicists are no longer shying away from computational mineral ogical and material science problems qtoo complicated to handle.q Geoscientists are willing to delve into quantitative physico-chemical methods and open those qblack boxesq they had shunned for several decades but with which had learned to live. I am proud to present yet another volume in this series which is designed to break the disciplinary boundaries and bring the geoscientists closer to their chemist and physicist colleagues in achieving a common goal. This volume is the result of an international collaboration among many physical geochemists (chemists, physicists, and geologists) aiming to understand the nature of material. The book has one common theme: namely, how to determine quantitatively through theory the physico-chemical parameters of the state of a solid or fluid.Systematics and Estimation Surendra K. Saxena. b 3 687-41 p 103 modes 742- 25p 2 modes / 24 modes 3333+47 p a#39;80 687 742 1136.aquot; 3333 Wave number (cm a1) 500 - So o 450E *So, As 400 - 0 Cp Clinozo Al ac Cp Clinozo Fe 350 -aT-Taa anbsp;...
|Author||:||Surendra K. Saxena|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|