Titanium Compounds Containing Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Other Non-metallic Elements,
ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA
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With hydrogen, nitrogen, its analogues, carbon, silicon, germanium, and boron, titanium forms compounds which are unique in that their composition is not principally determined by valence-stoichiometric correlations. The compounds to be considered here form limited solid solutions. Such a partially Berthollet character, and also some of the properties of these compounds, show that the internal chemical bond is similar to a metallic one. Titanium has the ability to form compounds of this type with hydrogen hydrides, nitrogen nitrides, phosphorus phosphides, arsenic arsenides, antimony antimonides, bismuth bismuthides, carbon carbides, Silicon silicides, germanium germanides, and boron borides. Mixed compounds for example the compounds of titanium with nitrogen and some other element are similar in character to the ones listed above. Such mixed compounds are amides, imides, halonitrides, carbonitrides, etc. Phase diagrams and reactions are discussed.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry