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Advanced Inorganic Fluorides: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications
T. Nakajima, B. Zemva and A. Tressaud (Editors) 2000 Elsevier Science S.A
Nowadays, the investigation of any important scientific topic needs a broad inter- disciplinary approach, which creates a cross-fertilization of different skills and com- petence. The conception of the book "Advanced Inorganic Fluorides: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications" was formulated in such a scope by bringing together specialists in inorganic chemistry, solid state chemistry, catalysis, material sciences and solid state physics.
A preceding book that appeared on this subject was "Inorganic Solid Fluorides", edited by P. Hagenmuller in 1985. At that time the authors concluded that they expected fluorinated materials to become important targets for advanced applications. Fourteen years later their predictions proved to be correct. One should point out, for instance, the decisive importance of solid fluorides for the substitution of environmental pollutants such as CFCs by a new generation of HFCs, and their use as catalysts in numerous inorganic reactions. Furthermore, the use of fluorinated carbon materials for energy storage and the use of crystallized or glassy fluorides for optoelectronics is also important.
Therefore a wide range of scientists should be interested in this book, including those colleagues involved in inorganic and solid state chemistry, catalysis and organic reactions, physicists looking for new materials that exhibit outstanding properties or for materials that can be used as models, and generally speaking those who are concerned about important problems of the coming century, such as energy storage, the environment and industrial developments.
The editors would like to thank all the contributors for the marvellous work they did and for their brilliant co-operation on this project.
Tsuyoshi Nakajima Alain Tressaud Boris Zemva
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