science and for those concerned with the science of metal-making at high temperature.
G.Chaudron and F Trombe, "Les Hautes Temperatures et leurs Utilization en Physique et en Chimie", 2 Vols., Masson, Paris, 1973
A reference treatise dealing with high temperatures and their utilization in science and industry
R.A.Swalin, “Thermodynamics of solids”, John Wiley & Sons, 2nd edition, 1973, 400pp Marc M. Faktor, Jan Garrett, "Growth of Crystals from the Vapour", Chapman and Hall, London, 1974, 300 pp
This monograph has as its theme one of the most versatile, cheap and widely used methods of growing crystals: chemical vapour transport. Particularly useful chapters on the thermodynamic basis of chemical vapour transport.
A.G.Guy, “Introduction to materials science”, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1972, 604pp
Thomas B. Reed,"Free Energy of Formation of Binary Compounds: An Atlas of Charts for High-Temperature Chemical Calculations" MIT Press, Cambridge Mass, 1971, 81 pp
Alan W.Searcy, David V.Ragone, Umberto Colombo, editors, "Chemical and Mechanical Behaviour of Inorganic Materials" Wiley Interscience, New York/ London/ Sydney/ Toronto, 1970, 715 pp
A book in twenty-nine chapters which contains the written versions of the course of lectures presented at the First International Course on Materials Science held in Tremezzo, Italy, September 1968. The first nineteen chapters present a systematic development of the thermodynamic and kinetic principles that underlie the behaviour of solids and illustrate applications of these principles to understanding chemical and mechanical processes. Of particular interest to high- temperature materials chemistry are chapters 1 to 6 and chapter 13.
Robert A.Rapp, editor, "Techniques of Metal Research," Vol. IV. Physicochemical Measurements in Metal Research, Part 1 and Part 2 Wiley Interscience, New York/London/Sydney/Toronto 1970, 562pp
This volume covers the important techniques involved in the study of physical chemical properties of metallic materials. Particularly useful are the chapters covering vapor pressure methods, calorimetry, chemical equilibria, phase equilibria and transformations, electrochemistry, oxidation and corrosion: