HIGH-TEMPERATURE CHEMISTRY: CURRENT AND FUTURE PROBLEMS.
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON DC DIV OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
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Contents High temperatures - an extreme condition Future developments in the spectroscopy of high-temperature molecules Applications of molecular-beam techniques to high-temperature chemistry High-temperature molecules Selected problem areas in high-temperature chemistry Re-entry ablation and wake chemistry of polymers, composites, and refractory materials Studies of condensed-phase microspecimens at high temperatures obtained with intense thermal pulses Some present and future problems of high-temperature chemistry Problem areas in high-temperature chemistry Status of high- temperature research Containment of liquid metals at high temperatures and the estimation of their properties High temperatures, high pressures, and periodic compounds Vapor-solid transformations nucleation and growth Gas - solid reactions in flow environments at high temperatures Problems in high- temperature chemistry The chemistry of hot and cold plasmas Future investigations in high-temperature chemistry suggested by vaporization studies Problems in high-temperature high-pressure research Areas in which more high- temperature phase-equilibrium research is needed Research needs concerning the properties of refractory metal oxides.
- Ceramics, Refractories and Glass
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy