Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Online ISBN: 9781119951438

DOI: 10.1002/9781119951438

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  1. Bioinorganic Chemistry
  2. Catalysis
  3. Computational Methods
  4. Energy Chemistry
  5. Environmental Aspects
  6. Environmental Chemistry
  7. General Principles
  8. Green Chemistry and Sustainability
  9. Inorganic and Coordination Chemistry
  10. Lanthanides and Actinides
  11. Main Group Elements
  12. Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry
  13. Metalloproteins
  14. Nuclear Chemistry and Radionuclides
  15. Organometallic Chemistry
  16. Physical Methods
  17. Solid-State, Materials, and Nanomaterials
    1. Acceptor Level
    2. Alloys
    3. Alumina
    4. Anderson Localization
    5. Antiferromagnetism
    6. Antistructure
    7. Asymmetric Unit
    8. Auger Spectroscopy
    9. Band Gap
    10. Band Theory
    11. BCS Theory
    12. Biologically Templated Nanostructure Assemblies
    13. Biomedical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles
    14. Biomimetic Chemistry of Hybrid Materials
    15. Biomineralization: Peptide-Mediated Synthesis of Materials
    16. Biomineralization: Self-Assembly Processes
    17. Bismuth: Inorganic Chemistry
    18. Bismuth: Organometallic Chemistry
    19. Borates: Solid-State Chemistry
    20. Borides: Solid-State Chemistry
    21. Borosilicate Glass
    22. Brillouin Zone
    23. Buckminsterfullerene
    24. Carbides: Transition-Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    25. Carbon Nanotubes and Nanocomposites for Electrical and Thermal Applications
    26. Carbon Nanotubes, Multi-Walled
    27. Carbon Nanotubes, Single-Walled: Functionalization by Intercalation
    28. Carbon Nanotubes: Fluorinated Derivatives
    29. Carbon–Carbon & Carbon–Heteroatom Activation
    30. Ceramic Material
    31. Ceramics
    32. Chalcogenides: Solid-State Chemistry
    33. Charge Carrier
    34. Charge Density Wave
    35. Chemical Vapor Deposition
    36. Chevrel Phases
    37. Chimie Douce
    38. Clay Minerals
    39. Close Packing
    40. Color
    41. Compound Semiconductor
    42. Conduction Band
    43. Conduction Band Edge
    44. Cooper Pair
    45. Crystal Orbitals
    46. Crystal Structures
    47. Crystallographic Radius
    48. Crystallographic Shear
    49. Defects in Solids
    50. Density of States
    51. Derivative Structure
    52. Dielectric Polarizabilities of Oxides & Fluorides
    53. Differential Scanning Calorimetry
    54. Diffraction Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
    55. Direct Band Gap
    56. Donor Level
    57. Electrides
    58. Electron Microscopy
    59. Electronic Structure of Solids
    60. Endohedral Fullerenes
    61. Energy Bands
    62. F-Center
    63. Faujasite
    64. Fermi Level
    65. Fermi Surface
    66. Ferromagnetic Insulator
    67. First Row Transition Metal Phosphides
    68. Fluorides: Solid-State Chemistry
    69. Frenkel Defects
    70. Fuel Cells: Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxides
    71. Fullerenes: Metal Complexes
    72. Fullerenes: Nanoscale-Ordered Materials
    73. Functional Supramolecular Hybrid Materials
    74. Gold Nanoparticles as Chemical Catalysts
    75. Gold Nanoparticles: Monolayer-Protected Scaffolds and Building Blocks
    76. Grain Boundary
    77. Halides: Solid-State Chemistry
    78. Hemozoin: Crystal Engineering Survivability
    79. Heterogeneous Catalysis by Metals
    80. High-Pressure Synthesis of Solids
    81. High-Temperature Limit
    82. High-Temperature Superconductivity
    83. Holes
    84. Hydrides: Solid State Transition Metal Complexes
    85. Incommensurate Structure
    86. Indirect Band Gap
    87. Inorganic Nanobelt Materials
    88. Inorganic Nanocrystals: Patterning and Assembling
    89. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Alkalide Reduction
    90. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Ionic Liquids
    91. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Liquid Crystals
    92. Inorganic Nanotubes
    93. Inorganic Semiconductor Nanomaterials for High-Performance Flexible Electronics
    94. Inorganic Spintronic Materials
    95. Insulator
    96. Intercalation Chemistry
    97. Intergrowth Structures
    98. Intermetallics
    99. Ionic Conductors
    100. Kapustinskii Equation
    101. Lanthanide Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging
    102. Lattice Energy
    103. Liquid Crystal
    104. Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Inorganic Nanoparticles
    105. Lithium–Ion Batteries: Li–6 MAS NMR Studies on Materials
    106. Lithophiles
    107. Magnetic Oxides
    108. Magnetism of Extended Arrays in Inorganic Solids
    109. Mass Defect
    110. Metal Nanoparticles, Synthesis of
    111. Metal Nanoparticles: Electronic Properties, Bioresponse, and Synthesis
    112. Metal Organic Framework (MOF)
    113. Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
    114. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Adsorption of Hydrocarbons and Alcohols
    115. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Frameworks Containing Open Sites
    116. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Functional Magnetic Materials with Formate
    117. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Gas Storage
    118. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Host Photoreactive Properties
    119. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Postsynthetic Modification
    120. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Semiconducting Frameworks
    121. Metal–Insulator Transitions
    122. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Coordination Polymer Nanoparticles and Macrostructures
    123. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Edible Frameworks
    124. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Aluminium-Based Frameworks
    125. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Application to Analytical Chemistry
    126. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Derived from Single Molecule Magnets
    127. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Electrochemical Properties
    128. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Fluorinated Frameworks
    129. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Frameworks in Mixed-Matrix Membranes
    130. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Harmful Gas Removal
    131. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Interpenetration and Entanglement
    132. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Materials Patterning
    133. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Mechanochemical Synthesis Strategies
    134. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Meso-Porous Frameworks
    135. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Metal-Uptake
    136. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Nanoscale Frameworks
    137. Metal-Organic Frameworks: NMR Studies of Quadrupolar Nuclei
    138. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Photoreactive Frameworks
    139. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Polyrotaxane Frameworks
    140. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Porphyrinic Frameworks
    141. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformations
    142. Metallic Materials Deposition: Metal-Organic Precursors
    143. Mineralogy
    144. Mineralomimetic
    145. Moh's Hardness
    146. Molecular and Supramolecular Arrays of the [Re63-Se)8]2+ Core-Containing Clusters
    147. Monodisperse Magnetic Nanoparticles: Chemical Synthesis and Surface Modification
    148. Mott–Hubbard Transition
    149. Multicolor Quantum Dots in Molecular Profiling of Cancer Cells and Tissues
    150. Nano-Microporous Materials: Hydrothermal Synthesis of Zeolites
    151. Nano/Microporous Materials: Crystalline Metal-Chalcogenide Superlattices
    152. Nano/Microporous Materials: Hydrogen-Storage Materials
    153. Nano/Microporous Materials: Mesoporous and Surface-Functionalized Mesoporous Carbon
    154. Nano/Microporous Materials: Metal-Ion Sorption Materials
    155. Nano/Microporous Materials: Nanostructured Layered Double Hydroxides
    156. Nano/Microporous Materials: Transition Metal Cyanides
    157. Nanocomposite Materials: Polyhedral Silsesquioxanes
    158. Nanocomposite Materials: Semiconductors in Zeolites
    159. Nanocrystals
    160. Nanoparticle
    161. Nanoporous Metal Phosphonates
    162. Nanostructured Catalysts: Controlling Single-Site Composition
    163. Nitrides: Transition Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    164. Noncrystalline Solids
    165. Nonlinear Optical Materials
    166. Nonstoichiometric Compounds
    167. One-Dimensional Metal
    168. Order–Disorder Transition
    169. Organic Light-Emitting Diode
    170. Organometallic Chemical Vapor Deposition
    171. Oxide Catalysts in Solid-State Chemistry
    172. Oxides: Solid-State Chemistry
    173. Pearson Symbols
    174. Peierls Distortion
    175. Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas
    176. Phase Diagram
    177. Phase Rule
    178. Phosphates: Solid-State Chemistry
    179. Phosphides: Solid-State Chemistry
    180. Photoconductivity
    181. Polaron
    182. Polyphosphazenes
    183. Polysiloxanes & Polysilanes
    184. Porous Inorganic Materials
    185. Quantum Dots
    186. Quantum-Size Effect
    187. Quasicrystals
    188. Schottky Defects
    189. Self-Assembled Inorganic Architectures
    190. Semiconductor Interfaces
    191. You have free access to this content
      Semiconductor Nanocrystal Quantum Dots
    192. Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Doped Compositions
    193. Semiconductor Nanowires
    194. Semiconductor/Ceramic Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties
    195. Semiconductors
    196. Silica
    197. Smelting
    198. Sol–Gel Encapsulation of Metal and Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    199. Sol–Gel Synthesis of Solids
    200. Solid Solution
    201. Solids: Characterization by Powder Diffraction
    202. Solids: Computer Modeling
    203. Solids: Defects
    204. Spinels
    205. Structure & Property Maps for Inorganic Solids
    206. Superconductivity
    207. Superconductivity in Solids
    208. Superhard Materials
    209. Supported Organotransition Metal Compounds
    210. Supramolecular Materials: Assemblies Based on Square-Complexation
    211. Supramolecular Materials: Metal–Quinonoid Complexes
    212. Surface States
    213. Surfaces
    214. Thermite Reaction
    215. Thin Film Synthesis of Solids
    216. Tribology
    217. Vacant Site
    218. Valence Band
    219. Valence Band Edge
    220. Vibronic Coupling
    221. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
    222. X-ray Crystallography
    223. X-ray Diffraction
    224. XANES
    225. Zeolites
    226. Zintl Compounds
    227. ZSM
    228. Acceptor Level
    229. Alloys
    230. Alumina
    231. Anderson Localization
    232. Antiferromagnetism
    233. Antistructure
    234. Asymmetric Unit
    235. Auger Spectroscopy
    236. Band Gap
    237. Band Theory
    238. BCS Theory
    239. Biologically Templated Nanostructure Assemblies
    240. Biomedical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles
    241. Biomimetic Chemistry of Hybrid Materials
    242. Biomineralization: Peptide-Mediated Synthesis of Materials
    243. Biomineralization: Self-Assembly Processes
    244. Bismuth: Inorganic Chemistry
    245. Bismuth: Organometallic Chemistry
    246. Borates: Solid-State Chemistry
    247. Borides: Solid-State Chemistry
    248. Borosilicate Glass
    249. Brillouin Zone
    250. Buckminsterfullerene
    251. Carbides: Transition-Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    252. Carbon Nanotubes and Nanocomposites for Electrical and Thermal Applications
    253. Carbon Nanotubes, Multi-Walled
    254. Carbon Nanotubes, Single-Walled: Functionalization by Intercalation
    255. Carbon Nanotubes: Fluorinated Derivatives
    256. Carbon–Carbon & Carbon–Heteroatom Activation
    257. Ceramic Material
    258. Ceramics
    259. Chalcogenides: Solid-State Chemistry
    260. Charge Carrier
    261. Charge Density Wave
    262. Chemical Vapor Deposition
    263. Chevrel Phases
    264. Chimie Douce
    265. Clay Minerals
    266. Close Packing
    267. Color
    268. Compound Semiconductor
    269. Conduction Band
    270. Conduction Band Edge
    271. Cooper Pair
    272. Crystal Orbitals
    273. Crystal Structures
    274. Crystallographic Radius
    275. Crystallographic Shear
    276. Defects in Solids
    277. Density of States
    278. Derivative Structure
    279. Dielectric Polarizabilities of Oxides & Fluorides
    280. Differential Scanning Calorimetry
    281. Diffraction Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
    282. Direct Band Gap
    283. Donor Level
    284. Electrides
    285. Electron Microscopy
    286. Electronic Structure of Solids
    287. Endohedral Fullerenes
    288. Energy Bands
    289. F-Center
    290. Faujasite
    291. Fermi Level
    292. Fermi Surface
    293. Ferromagnetic Insulator
    294. First Row Transition Metal Phosphides
    295. Fluorides: Solid-State Chemistry
    296. Frenkel Defects
    297. Fuel Cells: Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxides
    298. Fullerenes: Metal Complexes
    299. Fullerenes: Nanoscale-Ordered Materials
    300. Functional Supramolecular Hybrid Materials
    301. Gold Nanoparticles as Chemical Catalysts
    302. Gold Nanoparticles: Monolayer-Protected Scaffolds and Building Blocks
    303. Grain Boundary
    304. Halides: Solid-State Chemistry
    305. Hemozoin: Crystal Engineering Survivability
    306. Heterogeneous Catalysis by Metals
    307. High-Pressure Synthesis of Solids
    308. High-Temperature Limit
    309. High-Temperature Superconductivity
    310. Holes
    311. Hydrides: Solid State Transition Metal Complexes
    312. Incommensurate Structure
    313. Indirect Band Gap
    314. Inorganic Nanobelt Materials
    315. Inorganic Nanocrystals: Patterning and Assembling
    316. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Alkalide Reduction
    317. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Ionic Liquids
    318. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Liquid Crystals
    319. Inorganic Nanotubes
    320. Inorganic Semiconductor Nanomaterials for High-Performance Flexible Electronics
    321. Inorganic Spintronic Materials
    322. Insulator
    323. Intercalation Chemistry
    324. Intergrowth Structures
    325. Intermetallics
    326. Ionic Conductors
    327. Kapustinskii Equation
    328. Lanthanide Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging
    329. Lattice Energy
    330. Liquid Crystal
    331. Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Inorganic Nanoparticles
    332. Lithium–Ion Batteries: Li–6 MAS NMR Studies on Materials
    333. Lithophiles
    334. Magnetic Oxides
    335. Magnetism of Extended Arrays in Inorganic Solids
    336. Mass Defect
    337. Metal Nanoparticles, Synthesis of
    338. Metal Nanoparticles: Electronic Properties, Bioresponse, and Synthesis
    339. Metal Organic Framework (MOF)
    340. Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
    341. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Adsorption of Hydrocarbons and Alcohols
    342. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Frameworks Containing Open Sites
    343. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Functional Magnetic Materials with Formate
    344. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Gas Storage
    345. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Host Photoreactive Properties
    346. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Postsynthetic Modification
    347. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Semiconducting Frameworks
    348. Metal–Insulator Transitions
    349. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Coordination Polymer Nanoparticles and Macrostructures
    350. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Edible Frameworks
    351. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Aluminium-Based Frameworks
    352. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Application to Analytical Chemistry
    353. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Derived from Single Molecule Magnets
    354. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Electrochemical Properties
    355. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Fluorinated Frameworks
    356. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Frameworks in Mixed-Matrix Membranes
    357. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Harmful Gas Removal
    358. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Interpenetration and Entanglement
    359. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Materials Patterning
    360. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Mechanochemical Synthesis Strategies
    361. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Meso-Porous Frameworks
    362. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Metal-Uptake
    363. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Nanoscale Frameworks
    364. Metal-Organic Frameworks: NMR Studies of Quadrupolar Nuclei
    365. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Photoreactive Frameworks
    366. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Polyrotaxane Frameworks
    367. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Porphyrinic Frameworks
    368. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformations
    369. Metallic Materials Deposition: Metal-Organic Precursors
    370. Mineralogy
    371. Mineralomimetic
    372. Moh's Hardness
    373. Molecular and Supramolecular Arrays of the [Re63-Se)8]2+ Core-Containing Clusters
    374. Monodisperse Magnetic Nanoparticles: Chemical Synthesis and Surface Modification
    375. Mott–Hubbard Transition
    376. Multicolor Quantum Dots in Molecular Profiling of Cancer Cells and Tissues
    377. Nano-Microporous Materials: Hydrothermal Synthesis of Zeolites
    378. Nano/Microporous Materials: Crystalline Metal-Chalcogenide Superlattices
    379. Nano/Microporous Materials: Hydrogen-Storage Materials
    380. Nano/Microporous Materials: Mesoporous and Surface-Functionalized Mesoporous Carbon
    381. Nano/Microporous Materials: Metal-Ion Sorption Materials
    382. Nano/Microporous Materials: Nanostructured Layered Double Hydroxides
    383. Nano/Microporous Materials: Transition Metal Cyanides
    384. Nanocomposite Materials: Polyhedral Silsesquioxanes
    385. Nanocomposite Materials: Semiconductors in Zeolites
    386. Nanocrystals
    387. Nanoparticle
    388. Nanoporous Metal Phosphonates
    389. Nanostructured Catalysts: Controlling Single-Site Composition
    390. Nitrides: Transition Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    391. Noncrystalline Solids
    392. Nonlinear Optical Materials
    393. Nonstoichiometric Compounds
    394. One-Dimensional Metal
    395. Order–Disorder Transition
    396. Organic Light-Emitting Diode
    397. Organometallic Chemical Vapor Deposition
    398. Oxide Catalysts in Solid-State Chemistry
    399. Oxides: Solid-State Chemistry
    400. Pearson Symbols
    401. Peierls Distortion
    402. Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas
    403. Phase Diagram
    404. Phase Rule
    405. Phosphates: Solid-State Chemistry
    406. Phosphides: Solid-State Chemistry
    407. Photoconductivity
    408. Polaron
    409. Polyphosphazenes
    410. Polysiloxanes & Polysilanes
    411. Porous Inorganic Materials
    412. Quantum Dots
    413. Quantum-Size Effect
    414. Quasicrystals
    415. Schottky Defects
    416. Self-Assembled Inorganic Architectures
    417. Semiconductor Interfaces
    418. You have free access to this content
      Semiconductor Nanocrystal Quantum Dots
    419. Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Doped Compositions
    420. Semiconductor Nanowires
    421. Semiconductor/Ceramic Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties
    422. Semiconductors
    423. Silica
    424. Smelting
    425. Sol–Gel Encapsulation of Metal and Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    426. Sol–Gel Synthesis of Solids
    427. Solid Solution
    428. Solids: Characterization by Powder Diffraction
    429. Solids: Computer Modeling
    430. Solids: Defects
    431. Spinels
    432. Structure & Property Maps for Inorganic Solids
    433. Superconductivity
    434. Superconductivity in Solids
    435. Superhard Materials
    436. Supported Organotransition Metal Compounds
    437. Supramolecular Materials: Assemblies Based on Square-Complexation
    438. Supramolecular Materials: Metal–Quinonoid Complexes
    439. Surface States
    440. Surfaces
    441. Thermite Reaction
    442. Thin Film Synthesis of Solids
    443. Tribology
    444. Vacant Site
    445. Valence Band
    446. Valence Band Edge
    447. Vibronic Coupling
    448. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
    449. X-ray Crystallography
    450. X-ray Diffraction
    451. XANES
    452. Zeolites
    453. Zintl Compounds
    454. ZSM
    455. Acceptor Level
    456. Alloys
    457. Alumina
    458. Anderson Localization
    459. Antiferromagnetism
    460. Antistructure
    461. Asymmetric Unit
    462. Auger Spectroscopy
    463. Band Gap
    464. Band Theory
    465. BCS Theory
    466. Biologically Templated Nanostructure Assemblies
    467. Biomedical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles
    468. Biomimetic Chemistry of Hybrid Materials
    469. Biomineralization: Peptide-Mediated Synthesis of Materials
    470. Biomineralization: Self-Assembly Processes
    471. Bismuth: Inorganic Chemistry
    472. Bismuth: Organometallic Chemistry
    473. Borates: Solid-State Chemistry
    474. Borides: Solid-State Chemistry
    475. Borosilicate Glass
    476. Brillouin Zone
    477. Buckminsterfullerene
    478. Carbides: Transition-Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    479. Carbon Nanotubes and Nanocomposites for Electrical and Thermal Applications
    480. Carbon Nanotubes, Multi-Walled
    481. Carbon Nanotubes, Single-Walled: Functionalization by Intercalation
    482. Carbon Nanotubes: Fluorinated Derivatives
    483. Carbon–Carbon & Carbon–Heteroatom Activation
    484. Ceramic Material
    485. Ceramics
    486. Chalcogenides: Solid-State Chemistry
    487. Charge Carrier
    488. Charge Density Wave
    489. Chemical Vapor Deposition
    490. Chevrel Phases
    491. Chimie Douce
    492. Clay Minerals
    493. Close Packing
    494. Color
    495. Compound Semiconductor
    496. Conduction Band
    497. Conduction Band Edge
    498. Cooper Pair
    499. Crystal Orbitals
    500. Crystal Structures
    501. Crystallographic Radius
    502. Crystallographic Shear
    503. Defects in Solids
    504. Density of States
    505. Derivative Structure
    506. Dielectric Polarizabilities of Oxides & Fluorides
    507. Differential Scanning Calorimetry
    508. Diffraction Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
    509. Direct Band Gap
    510. Donor Level
    511. Electrides
    512. Electron Microscopy
    513. Electronic Structure of Solids
    514. Endohedral Fullerenes
    515. Energy Bands
    516. F-Center
    517. Faujasite
    518. Fermi Level
    519. Fermi Surface
    520. Ferromagnetic Insulator
    521. First Row Transition Metal Phosphides
    522. Fluorides: Solid-State Chemistry
    523. Frenkel Defects
    524. Fuel Cells: Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxides
    525. Fullerenes: Metal Complexes
    526. Fullerenes: Nanoscale-Ordered Materials
    527. Functional Supramolecular Hybrid Materials
    528. Gold Nanoparticles as Chemical Catalysts
    529. Gold Nanoparticles: Monolayer-Protected Scaffolds and Building Blocks
    530. Grain Boundary
    531. Halides: Solid-State Chemistry
    532. Hemozoin: Crystal Engineering Survivability
    533. Heterogeneous Catalysis by Metals
    534. High-Pressure Synthesis of Solids
    535. High-Temperature Limit
    536. High-Temperature Superconductivity
    537. Holes
    538. Hydrides: Solid State Transition Metal Complexes
    539. Incommensurate Structure
    540. Indirect Band Gap
    541. Inorganic Nanobelt Materials
    542. Inorganic Nanocrystals: Patterning and Assembling
    543. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Alkalide Reduction
    544. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Ionic Liquids
    545. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Liquid Crystals
    546. Inorganic Nanotubes
    547. Inorganic Semiconductor Nanomaterials for High-Performance Flexible Electronics
    548. Inorganic Spintronic Materials
    549. Insulator
    550. Intercalation Chemistry
    551. Intergrowth Structures
    552. Intermetallics
    553. Ionic Conductors
    554. Kapustinskii Equation
    555. Lanthanide Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging
    556. Lattice Energy
    557. Liquid Crystal
    558. Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Inorganic Nanoparticles
    559. Lithium–Ion Batteries: Li–6 MAS NMR Studies on Materials
    560. Lithophiles
    561. Magnetic Oxides
    562. Magnetism of Extended Arrays in Inorganic Solids
    563. Mass Defect
    564. Metal Nanoparticles, Synthesis of
    565. Metal Nanoparticles: Electronic Properties, Bioresponse, and Synthesis
    566. Metal Organic Framework (MOF)
    567. Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
    568. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Adsorption of Hydrocarbons and Alcohols
    569. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Frameworks Containing Open Sites
    570. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Functional Magnetic Materials with Formate
    571. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Gas Storage
    572. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Host Photoreactive Properties
    573. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Postsynthetic Modification
    574. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Semiconducting Frameworks
    575. Metal–Insulator Transitions
    576. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Coordination Polymer Nanoparticles and Macrostructures
    577. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Edible Frameworks
    578. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Aluminium-Based Frameworks
    579. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Application to Analytical Chemistry
    580. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Derived from Single Molecule Magnets
    581. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Electrochemical Properties
    582. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Fluorinated Frameworks
    583. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Frameworks in Mixed-Matrix Membranes
    584. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Harmful Gas Removal
    585. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Interpenetration and Entanglement
    586. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Materials Patterning
    587. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Mechanochemical Synthesis Strategies
    588. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Meso-Porous Frameworks
    589. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Metal-Uptake
    590. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Nanoscale Frameworks
    591. Metal-Organic Frameworks: NMR Studies of Quadrupolar Nuclei
    592. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Photoreactive Frameworks
    593. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Polyrotaxane Frameworks
    594. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Porphyrinic Frameworks
    595. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformations
    596. Metallic Materials Deposition: Metal-Organic Precursors
    597. Mineralogy
    598. Mineralomimetic
    599. Moh's Hardness
    600. Molecular and Supramolecular Arrays of the [Re63-Se)8]2+ Core-Containing Clusters
    601. Monodisperse Magnetic Nanoparticles: Chemical Synthesis and Surface Modification
    602. Mott–Hubbard Transition
    603. Multicolor Quantum Dots in Molecular Profiling of Cancer Cells and Tissues
    604. Nano-Microporous Materials: Hydrothermal Synthesis of Zeolites
    605. Nano/Microporous Materials: Crystalline Metal-Chalcogenide Superlattices
    606. Nano/Microporous Materials: Hydrogen-Storage Materials
    607. Nano/Microporous Materials: Mesoporous and Surface-Functionalized Mesoporous Carbon
    608. Nano/Microporous Materials: Metal-Ion Sorption Materials
    609. Nano/Microporous Materials: Nanostructured Layered Double Hydroxides
    610. Nano/Microporous Materials: Transition Metal Cyanides
    611. Nanocomposite Materials: Polyhedral Silsesquioxanes
    612. Nanocomposite Materials: Semiconductors in Zeolites
    613. Nanocrystals
    614. Nanoparticle
    615. Nanoporous Metal Phosphonates
    616. Nanostructured Catalysts: Controlling Single-Site Composition
    617. Nitrides: Transition Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    618. Noncrystalline Solids
    619. Nonlinear Optical Materials
    620. Nonstoichiometric Compounds
    621. One-Dimensional Metal
    622. Order–Disorder Transition
    623. Organic Light-Emitting Diode
    624. Organometallic Chemical Vapor Deposition
    625. Oxide Catalysts in Solid-State Chemistry
    626. Oxides: Solid-State Chemistry
    627. Pearson Symbols
    628. Peierls Distortion
    629. Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas
    630. Phase Diagram
    631. Phase Rule
    632. Phosphates: Solid-State Chemistry
    633. Phosphides: Solid-State Chemistry
    634. Photoconductivity
    635. Polaron
    636. Polyphosphazenes
    637. Polysiloxanes & Polysilanes
    638. Porous Inorganic Materials
    639. Quantum Dots
    640. Quantum-Size Effect
    641. Quasicrystals
    642. Schottky Defects
    643. Self-Assembled Inorganic Architectures
    644. Semiconductor Interfaces
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    646. Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Doped Compositions
    647. Semiconductor Nanowires
    648. Semiconductor/Ceramic Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties
    649. Semiconductors
    650. Silica
    651. Smelting
    652. Sol–Gel Encapsulation of Metal and Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    653. Sol–Gel Synthesis of Solids
    654. Solid Solution
    655. Solids: Characterization by Powder Diffraction
    656. Solids: Computer Modeling
    657. Solids: Defects
    658. Spinels
    659. Structure & Property Maps for Inorganic Solids
    660. Superconductivity
    661. Superconductivity in Solids
    662. Superhard Materials
    663. Supported Organotransition Metal Compounds
    664. Supramolecular Materials: Assemblies Based on Square-Complexation
    665. Supramolecular Materials: Metal–Quinonoid Complexes
    666. Surface States
    667. Surfaces
    668. Thermite Reaction
    669. Thin Film Synthesis of Solids
    670. Tribology
    671. Vacant Site
    672. Valence Band
    673. Valence Band Edge
    674. Vibronic Coupling
    675. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
    676. X-ray Crystallography
    677. X-ray Diffraction
    678. XANES
    679. Zeolites
    680. Zintl Compounds
    681. ZSM
    682. Acceptor Level
    683. Alloys
    684. Alumina
    685. Anderson Localization
    686. Antiferromagnetism
    687. Antistructure
    688. Asymmetric Unit
    689. Auger Spectroscopy
    690. Band Gap
    691. Band Theory
    692. BCS Theory
    693. Biologically Templated Nanostructure Assemblies
    694. Biomedical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles
    695. Biomimetic Chemistry of Hybrid Materials
    696. Biomineralization: Peptide-Mediated Synthesis of Materials
    697. Biomineralization: Self-Assembly Processes
    698. Bismuth: Inorganic Chemistry
    699. Bismuth: Organometallic Chemistry
    700. Borates: Solid-State Chemistry
    701. Borides: Solid-State Chemistry
    702. Borosilicate Glass
    703. Brillouin Zone
    704. Buckminsterfullerene
    705. Carbides: Transition-Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    706. Carbon Nanotubes and Nanocomposites for Electrical and Thermal Applications
    707. Carbon Nanotubes, Multi-Walled
    708. Carbon Nanotubes, Single-Walled: Functionalization by Intercalation
    709. Carbon Nanotubes: Fluorinated Derivatives
    710. Carbon–Carbon & Carbon–Heteroatom Activation
    711. Ceramic Material
    712. Ceramics
    713. Chalcogenides: Solid-State Chemistry
    714. Charge Carrier
    715. Charge Density Wave
    716. Chemical Vapor Deposition
    717. Chevrel Phases
    718. Chimie Douce
    719. Clay Minerals
    720. Close Packing
    721. Color
    722. Compound Semiconductor
    723. Conduction Band
    724. Conduction Band Edge
    725. Cooper Pair
    726. Crystal Orbitals
    727. Crystal Structures
    728. Crystallographic Radius
    729. Crystallographic Shear
    730. Defects in Solids
    731. Density of States
    732. Derivative Structure
    733. Dielectric Polarizabilities of Oxides & Fluorides
    734. Differential Scanning Calorimetry
    735. Diffraction Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
    736. Direct Band Gap
    737. Donor Level
    738. Electrides
    739. Electron Microscopy
    740. Electronic Structure of Solids
    741. Endohedral Fullerenes
    742. Energy Bands
    743. F-Center
    744. Faujasite
    745. Fermi Level
    746. Fermi Surface
    747. Ferromagnetic Insulator
    748. First Row Transition Metal Phosphides
    749. Fluorides: Solid-State Chemistry
    750. Frenkel Defects
    751. Fuel Cells: Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxides
    752. Fullerenes: Metal Complexes
    753. Fullerenes: Nanoscale-Ordered Materials
    754. Functional Supramolecular Hybrid Materials
    755. Gold Nanoparticles as Chemical Catalysts
    756. Gold Nanoparticles: Monolayer-Protected Scaffolds and Building Blocks
    757. Grain Boundary
    758. Halides: Solid-State Chemistry
    759. Hemozoin: Crystal Engineering Survivability
    760. Heterogeneous Catalysis by Metals
    761. High-Pressure Synthesis of Solids
    762. High-Temperature Limit
    763. High-Temperature Superconductivity
    764. Holes
    765. Hydrides: Solid State Transition Metal Complexes
    766. Incommensurate Structure
    767. Indirect Band Gap
    768. Inorganic Nanobelt Materials
    769. Inorganic Nanocrystals: Patterning and Assembling
    770. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Alkalide Reduction
    771. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Ionic Liquids
    772. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Liquid Crystals
    773. Inorganic Nanotubes
    774. Inorganic Semiconductor Nanomaterials for High-Performance Flexible Electronics
    775. Inorganic Spintronic Materials
    776. Insulator
    777. Intercalation Chemistry
    778. Intergrowth Structures
    779. Intermetallics
    780. Ionic Conductors
    781. Kapustinskii Equation
    782. Lanthanide Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging
    783. Lattice Energy
    784. Liquid Crystal
    785. Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Inorganic Nanoparticles
    786. Lithium–Ion Batteries: Li–6 MAS NMR Studies on Materials
    787. Lithophiles
    788. Magnetic Oxides
    789. Magnetism of Extended Arrays in Inorganic Solids
    790. Mass Defect
    791. Metal Nanoparticles, Synthesis of
    792. Metal Nanoparticles: Electronic Properties, Bioresponse, and Synthesis
    793. Metal Organic Framework (MOF)
    794. Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
    795. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Adsorption of Hydrocarbons and Alcohols
    796. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Frameworks Containing Open Sites
    797. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Functional Magnetic Materials with Formate
    798. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Gas Storage
    799. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Host Photoreactive Properties
    800. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Postsynthetic Modification
    801. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Semiconducting Frameworks
    802. Metal–Insulator Transitions
    803. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Coordination Polymer Nanoparticles and Macrostructures
    804. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Edible Frameworks
    805. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Aluminium-Based Frameworks
    806. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Application to Analytical Chemistry
    807. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Derived from Single Molecule Magnets
    808. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Electrochemical Properties
    809. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Fluorinated Frameworks
    810. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Frameworks in Mixed-Matrix Membranes
    811. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Harmful Gas Removal
    812. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Interpenetration and Entanglement
    813. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Materials Patterning
    814. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Mechanochemical Synthesis Strategies
    815. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Meso-Porous Frameworks
    816. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Metal-Uptake
    817. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Nanoscale Frameworks
    818. Metal-Organic Frameworks: NMR Studies of Quadrupolar Nuclei
    819. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Photoreactive Frameworks
    820. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Polyrotaxane Frameworks
    821. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Porphyrinic Frameworks
    822. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformations
    823. Metallic Materials Deposition: Metal-Organic Precursors
    824. Mineralogy
    825. Mineralomimetic
    826. Moh's Hardness
    827. Molecular and Supramolecular Arrays of the [Re63-Se)8]2+ Core-Containing Clusters
    828. Monodisperse Magnetic Nanoparticles: Chemical Synthesis and Surface Modification
    829. Mott–Hubbard Transition
    830. Multicolor Quantum Dots in Molecular Profiling of Cancer Cells and Tissues
    831. Nano-Microporous Materials: Hydrothermal Synthesis of Zeolites
    832. Nano/Microporous Materials: Crystalline Metal-Chalcogenide Superlattices
    833. Nano/Microporous Materials: Hydrogen-Storage Materials
    834. Nano/Microporous Materials: Mesoporous and Surface-Functionalized Mesoporous Carbon
    835. Nano/Microporous Materials: Metal-Ion Sorption Materials
    836. Nano/Microporous Materials: Nanostructured Layered Double Hydroxides
    837. Nano/Microporous Materials: Transition Metal Cyanides
    838. Nanocomposite Materials: Polyhedral Silsesquioxanes
    839. Nanocomposite Materials: Semiconductors in Zeolites
    840. Nanocrystals
    841. Nanoparticle
    842. Nanoporous Metal Phosphonates
    843. Nanostructured Catalysts: Controlling Single-Site Composition
    844. Nitrides: Transition Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    845. Noncrystalline Solids
    846. Nonlinear Optical Materials
    847. Nonstoichiometric Compounds
    848. One-Dimensional Metal
    849. Order–Disorder Transition
    850. Organic Light-Emitting Diode
    851. Organometallic Chemical Vapor Deposition
    852. Oxide Catalysts in Solid-State Chemistry
    853. Oxides: Solid-State Chemistry
    854. Pearson Symbols
    855. Peierls Distortion
    856. Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas
    857. Phase Diagram
    858. Phase Rule
    859. Phosphates: Solid-State Chemistry
    860. Phosphides: Solid-State Chemistry
    861. Photoconductivity
    862. Polaron
    863. Polyphosphazenes
    864. Polysiloxanes & Polysilanes
    865. Porous Inorganic Materials
    866. Quantum Dots
    867. Quantum-Size Effect
    868. Quasicrystals
    869. Schottky Defects
    870. Self-Assembled Inorganic Architectures
    871. Semiconductor Interfaces
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    873. Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Doped Compositions
    874. Semiconductor Nanowires
    875. Semiconductor/Ceramic Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties
    876. Semiconductors
    877. Silica
    878. Smelting
    879. Sol–Gel Encapsulation of Metal and Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    880. Sol–Gel Synthesis of Solids
    881. Solid Solution
    882. Solids: Characterization by Powder Diffraction
    883. Solids: Computer Modeling
    884. Solids: Defects
    885. Spinels
    886. Structure & Property Maps for Inorganic Solids
    887. Superconductivity
    888. Superconductivity in Solids
    889. Superhard Materials
    890. Supported Organotransition Metal Compounds
    891. Supramolecular Materials: Assemblies Based on Square-Complexation
    892. Supramolecular Materials: Metal–Quinonoid Complexes
    893. Surface States
    894. Surfaces
    895. Thermite Reaction
    896. Thin Film Synthesis of Solids
    897. Tribology
    898. Vacant Site
    899. Valence Band
    900. Valence Band Edge
    901. Vibronic Coupling
    902. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
    903. X-ray Crystallography
    904. X-ray Diffraction
    905. XANES
    906. Zeolites
    907. Zintl Compounds
    908. ZSM
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