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The Solid-Liquid Interface : Cambridge Solid State Science Series - D. P. Woodruff

The Solid-Liquid Interface

Cambridge Solid State Science Series

Paperback Published: 24th November 1980
ISBN: 9780521299718
Number Of Pages: 192

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The nature of the solid-liquid interface, the mechanism associated with its movement, and its preferential morphologies, impose important boundary conditions on the technology of crystal growth from the melt. This 1973 book sets out to describe these basic physical changes which underlie all of the important range of melt growth techniques irrespective of the special problems of individual materials and particular experimental techniques. It will be of particular value to senior undergraduates and graduate students of the science of materials. Dr Woodruff begins by considering Gibbs's 1878 work on the basic thermodynamics of an interface, and moves on to examine experimental aspects of the solid-liquid interfacial free energy. The theory of the morphological stability of the interface is also studied, along with the kinetics of crystal growth, and there is a useful chapter on eutectic growth. Throughout, the macroscopic properties of the materials under discussion are linked to relevant theory.

Preface
Interfacial free energy and the y-ploy
The experimental determination of the solid-liquid interfacial free energy ySL
The structure of the solid-liquid interface
Non-structural views of the solid-liquid interface
Morphological stability
Dendritic growth
Eutectic growth
Mechanisms and kinetics of crystal growth
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ISBN: 9780521299718
ISBN-10: 0521299713
Series: Cambridge Solid State Science Series
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 24th November 1980
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.25