Baltimore, United Book Press, 1993. — 567 p. ISBN 0-8412-2725-XThe goals of the five authors of this book, all college chemistry professors, are to demystify materials chemistry and to show that materials are both a source of great opportunities for chemists and a natural vehicle for introducing chemical principles. They believe that the introductory chemistry course can be refreshed and enlivened while providing a firm foundation for understanding the burgeoning field of materials chemistry. Thus, this book provides examples from materials chemistry that illustrate basic chemical principles facilitates integration of solids into the introductory chemistry course presents more than 50 easy-to-do demonstrations for teachers describes 15 laboratory experiments for students Every teacher of introductory chemistry can benefit from this book. Chemical Demonstrations: A Sourcebook for Teachers. Volume 1 — By Lee R. Summerlin and James L. Ealy, Jr. Spiral bound, ISBN 0-8412-1481-6, Volume 2 — By Lee R. Summerlin, Christie L. Borgford, and Julie B. Ealy.These books contain demonstrations suitable for use in an introductory chemistry program. The examples, which can be used to introduce many of the major concepts in chemistry, were selected because they are simple, safe, effective, and enjoyable. They are presented in a simple format for quick reference. Teaching tips, including notes and questions to be used with the demonstrations, are also includedContents Demonstrations Topic Matrix Preface Laboratory Safety An Introduction to Materials Chemistry Atoms and Electrons Stoichiometry Determination of Structure Using Diffraction Data Common Crystalline Structures Defects in Solids Electronic Structure of Crystalline Solids Chemical Equilibrium: Acid-Base and Redox Analogies in Solids Applications of Thermodynamics: Phase Changes Synthesis of Materials Laboratory Experiments. Heat Capacities of Materials Laboratory Experiments. Solid-State Structure and Properties Laboratory Experiments. Solid Solutions with the Alum Structure Laboratory Experiments. Optical Diffraction Experiments Laboratory Experiments. X-Ray Analysis of a Solid Laboratory Experiments. Radon Testing Laboratory Experiments. Periodic Properties and Light-Emitting Diodes Laboratory Experiments. Hydrogen Insertion into WO3 Laboratory Experiments. Absorption of Light Laboratory Experiments. A Shape Memory Alloy, NiTi Laboratory Experiments. A High-Temperature Superconductor, YBa2Cu3O7-x Laboratory Experiments. A Solid Electrolyte, Cu2HgI4 Laboratory Experiments. Diffusion in Solids, Liquids, and Gases Laboratory Experiments. Magnetic Garnets, YxGd3-xFe5O12 Laboratory Experiments. The Sol-Gel Preparation of Silica Gel Sensors Appendix. Glossary Appendix. Supplier Information Appendix. Journal of Chemical Education Review Appendix. Answers to Selected Problems Index
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