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Materials Research Society Proceedings volumes:
The Hydrogen Cycle- Generation, Storage and Fuel Cells, Volume 885E, 2005 (only available as electronic version)
Materials and Technolgies for Direct Thermal-to- Electric Energy Conversion, Volume 886, 2005
Solid State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials, Volume 658, 2000
The series of proceedings of High Temperature Capillarity Conferences: ″Proceedings of High Temperature Capillarity Conference 1994″ edited by N. Eustathopoulos. Bratislava 1994. pp. 1-425. ″Proceedings of High Temperature Capillarity Conference 1997″ edited by N. Eustathopoulos and N. Sobczak. Cracow 1998. pp. 1-419. ″Proceedings of High Temperature Capillarity Conference 1997″ edited by N. Eustathopoulos K. Nogi and N. Sobczak. Transactions of JWRI, vol. 30, 2001, pp. 1-546. ″Proceedings of High Temperature Capillarity Conference 2004″ edited by A. Passerone and N. Eustathopoulos. J. Materials Science. vol 40 (9-10) 2005, pp. 2119-2761. ″Proceedings of High Temperature Capillarity Conference 2007″ edited by N. Eustathopoulos, E. Louis and A. Mortensen. To be published in. Materials Science and Engineering.
Thermodynamic Tables, Compilations and Data Bases
Equilibrium thermodynamics is a valuable tool in the analysis and prediction of high- temperature reactivity only if reliable tabulated data are available
There are many compilations of tabulated thermodynamic data produced over the years, both in printed form and, more recently, in electronic form. Often for a given substance recent compilations revise and/or incorporate the data reported in older compilations.