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LATEST DEVELOPMENTS ON SPRINGER MATERIALS
Content Updates in December 2016
Updates to the Landolt-Börnstein, SpringerMaterials Fundamentals, and MSI Database are now available. View more...
- LB I/25F 2015: Excited Nuclear States – Supplement to I/25 A-E
- LB I/25G 2016: Excited Nuclear States – Supplement to I/25 A-F
- LB I/25H 2016: Excited Nuclear States – Supplement to I/25 A-G
- LB II/30A 2014: Structure Data of Free Polyatomic Molecules – Molecules containing No Carbon Atoms and Molecules containing One or Two Carbon Atoms
- LB II/30B 2014: Structure Data of Free Polyatomic Molecules – Molecules containing Three or Four Carbon Atoms and Molecules containing Five or More Carbon Atoms
- SMF: Nanomaterials Characterization
- SMF: Composite Materials
- SMF: Glassy Metals
The Landolt-Börnstein volumes cover data on excited nuclear states and the structure of polyatomic molecules. The SpringerMaterials Fundamentals series adds content on nanomaterials characterization, composites, and glassy metals.
The MSI Database has also been expanded with dozens of new and updated binary and ternary phase diagram reports.
Inorganic Solid Phases Updates
The Inorganic Solid Phases collection has been further expanded and now includes tens of thousands of new crystal structures and physical property data. In addition to thousands of new interactive binary and ternary phase diagrams, phase stability range tables are also now available for nearly ten thousand binary phase diagrams.
Citations for SpringerMaterials content are now directly exportable in the .bib, .EndNote, or .ris formats. This feature is located in the “Cite this content” section at the bottom of each content page.
Corrosion Database Launched
SpringerMaterials now includes an extensive Corrosion Database for metals and alloys. This new section contains thousands of records with data on corrosion rates/ratings, modes of attack, exposure conditions, and more. The Corrosion Database can be easily searched by material name and/or environment. Try Corrosion Search