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- Author(s)H. A. J. Oonk,M. H. G. Jacobs
- Date of Publication16/04/2014
- Place of PublicationDordrecht
- Country of PublicationNetherlands
- Content NoteX, 298 p.
- Weight474 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Edition Statement2012 ed.
- Table Of ContentsIntroductionList of Frequently Used Symbols 301 Central Role of Gibbs Energy 302 Slopes of Curves in Phase Diagrams 303 Retrograde Equilibrium Curves 304 Phase-Equilibrium Research in Practice 305 Ternary Systems 306 High Pressure, High Temperature 307 Towards Vibrational Models 308 The System Mgo - Sio2 Under PressureSolutions of ExercisesReferencesSubject IndexSubstances and Systems Index
- Author BiographyHarry A.J. Oonk is Emeritus Professor of Thermodynamics at Utrecht University; the University where he studied, taught and carried out research. Research interests: the phase behaviour of condensed matter, with an accent on materials in the interior of the Earth; the structural and thermodynamic properties of (molecular) mixed crystals. He is one of the founders of the REALM (Reseau Europeen sur les Alliages Moleculaires), a network, uniting research groups at the Universities of Barcelona, Bordeaux and Utrecht, and devoted to the study of mixed crystals. He is the author of Phase Theory (Elsevier, 1981); and with Teresa Calvet of Equilibrium Between Phases of Matter. Phenomenology and Thermodynamics (Springer, 2008).Michael H. Jacobs is specialized in computational thermodynamics, geophysics, and material sciences. He earned his Ph.D in Chemistry at the Utrecht University and carried out research at the Utrecht University, RWTH Aachen University, and Clausthal University of Technology. His research interests are the coupling of thermodynamics and quantum mechanics to the dynamics of planetary interiors and computational thermodynamics applied to oxide and metal systems.
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