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2017-03-11

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Mamoru Senna

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By starting from the basics of solid-state chemical processes, the definition, concepts, particularities, and technological benefits of mechanochemistry are explained. Emphasis is laid on: (1) production and role of crystalline defects, (2) thermal and non-conventional diffusion, and (3) transfer of chemical units across the boundary of dissimilar solid. Since metal oxide powders are useful in many materials genres, examples of the mechanochemical reactions are based on complex oxides. Technological application of mechanochemical techniques to energy storage devices and pharmaceuticals is exemplified. Basic scientific background knowledge is required. More... »

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