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Chapter 1; Chapters 2A,2B,2C,2D; Chapters 3A,3B; Chapters 4A,4B,4C; Chapters 5A,5B; Chapters 6A,6B,6C; Chapters 10A,10B; Appendix

Allen M. Alper, Editor,“Phase diagrams: materials science and technology”,Academic Press, 1970 a treatise on phase diagrams in three volumes contributed by various specialists: Vol.I, Theory, principles and techniques of phase diagrams, edited by Allen M. Alper, Academic Press, 1970 Vol.II, The use of phase diagrams in metal refractory, ceramic and cement techniques, edited by

Allen M. Alper,

Academic Press, 1970

Vol.III, The use of phase diagrams in electronic materials and glass technology,, edited by

Allen M. Alper,

Academic Press, 1970

Leroy Eyring, editor, "Advances in High Temperature Chemistry"

Vol. 1-4, Academic Press, New York, 1967-71 Volume 1, 1967, 333pp; Volume 2,1969, 283pp; Volume 3,1971, 286pp, Volume 4, 1971, 281pp

N.A.Toropov, editor, "Chemistry of High -Temperature Materials", trans. from Russian, Consultants Bureau, New York,1969, 237pp

John L. Margrave, editor, "The Characterization of High Temperature Vapors" Wiley & Sons, New York/London/Sidney, 1967, 555pp

A sort of “bible” collecting problems and techniques in the area of research concerning the characterization of high-temperature vapors based on the results of the first twenty-five years of high-temperature chemistry. All chapters 1 to 15 + 3 Appendices are useful; in particular chap.s 2 to 8 relative to vapor pressure methods

I.E. Campbell E.M.Sherwood,editors"High Temperature Materials and Technology Electrochemical Society (Wiley),New York, London, 1967, 1022pp

Useful topics dealt with in Chapters 1-4; Chapters 18-27

I.S.Kulikov, "Thermal Dissociation of Chemical Compounds", English Trans from Russian, Israel Program for Scientific Translation, Jerusalem, 1967, 198pp

A.Prince, “Alloy phase equilibria”, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1966, 298pp

The main body of this text in fifteen chapters comprises a discussion on binary, ternary and quaternary systems. Binaries are treated in full, while ternaries and quaternaries more selectively.

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