Phase Equilibria Diagrams CD-ROM Database Version 3.3 , 2011, Single User or Multiple Users , The premier source of critically evaluated diagrams for oxides, salts, carbides, nitrides, borides, compound semiconductors and chacogenides

 ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibria Diagrams CD-ROM Database Version 3.3 contains more than 23,000 phase diagrams and offers full commentary text display in addition to diagram display. The new release includes 900 new figures, approximately 1400 new phase diagrams and provides experimental and calculated data for an unprecedented range of non-organic material-types. Version 3.3 includes over 2,500 electronic-only diagrams published since 2008 as well as the information previously printed in the 21-volume book series.

The chemical systems featured on the new release include:
– Phosphates – batteries, laser and other optoelectronic materials
– Chalcogenides – semiconducting sulfides, selenides and tellurides for thermoelectrics, optoelectronics, photovoltaics

– Pnictide systems – nitrides, phosphides, arsenides, and antimonides for bandgap-engineered optical materials, electron-transport devices, sensors, detectors, photovoltaics, thermoelectrics
– Halides – nuclear applications, scintillation detectors
– Oxide and metal+oxide systems – electrode processing, catalysis, electroceramics, magneto-resistors, thermistors, capacitors, nuclear fuel and nuclear waste, ionic conductors, fuel-cell electrolytes.


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