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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.
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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
Landolt-Börnstein updates in April 2016
The latest SpringerMaterials update includes three new Landolt-Börnstein volumes and one SpringerMaterials Fundamentals volume. View more...
- LB III/34A: Semiconductor Quantum Structures - Growth and Structuring , edited by C. Klingshirn , examines the preparation and applications of quantum dots, wells, and wires.
- LB III/45A: Physics of Solid Surfaces - Subvolume A , edited by G.Chiarotti , critically reviews topics like graphene, nanotubes, metal oxides, and more.
- LB IV/22A: Magnetic Properties of d-Elements , Alloys and Compounds Under Pressure, edited by Y. Kawazoe , provides extensive data on magnetic single metals, and disordered and ordered alloys and compounds containing 3d elements as magnetic atoms.
- SMF: Applications of Ionic Liquids in Polymer Science and Technology , edited by D. Mecerreyes , is the first book specifically focusing on the properties and applications of ionic liquids in the polymer science context.