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R. Pampuch, "Ceramic Materials-An Introduction to their Properties", Elsevier, Amsterdam, etc., 1976, 344pp

Chapters: 2 & 3

N.B.Hannay, editor, "Treatise on Solid State Chemistry", Vol. 1-6 Plenum Press, New York / London, 1974 - 76

The central theme of this Treatise is the exposition of unifying principles in the chemistry, physical chemistry and chemical physics of solids Useful chapters of Vols. 4,5 and 6A Volume 4, "Reactivity of Solids” in eleven chapters written by specialists in the field covers a great variety of “chemical reactions” in the broadest context. Particularly useful and relevant to high-temperature materials chemistry are typical topics dealt with in chapter 3 (“High-temperature reactivity”), chapter 4 (“Decomposition reactions”), chapter 5 (“Solid-state reactions”) and chapter 8 (“Gas-solid reactions – Oxidation”). Volume 5, "Changes of State". This includes phase transformations which are at the heart of much of the chemistry and metallurgy of complex inorganic solids. Of the eleven chapters constituting the book, relevant to high temperature materials are topics in chapters 1 to 6 and particularly those chapters 4 to 6. Volume 6A “ Surfaces I”, in five chapters covering major surface phenomena. Particularly relevant to classical high-temperature chemistry is the topic of chapter 3 where the “evaporation from solids” is dealt with in a clear and thorough manner

A. Cottrell, "An Introduction to Metallurgy", 2nd edition Edward Arnold, London, 1975, 548 pp

John Hastie,"High Temperature Vapors. Science and Technology" Academic Press, New York, 1975, 480 pp

A reference monograph summarizing three decades of research efforts in characterizing and understanding high temperature phenomena with emphasis on the vapor state

C.B.Alcock,"Principles of Pyrometallurgy" Academic Press, London/ New York/ San Francisco, 1975, 348 pp

This volume deals with the application of high temperature chemistry of individual metallic systems to the various extractive unit operations in three major sections: reactions involving solids, metal extraction processes, metal refining processes: This book is essential reading for students of metallurgy and materials

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