Questions tagged [solid-state-chemistry]

Study of chemical species that are in solid phase, either in cases of their properties, or about ways of synthesizing them.

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Thermodynamics behind Deliquescence?

The phenomenon of deliquescence wherein a water soluble substance absorbs water from atmosphere and dissolve in it forming a saturated solution, has thermodynamic roots. I have read the fact that the ...
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What is the difference between a chemical state and just a combination?

I don't think a combination also can be called a "state" i.e. that the chemical state of vapour or solid would be just a combination. When I read Wikipedia about "chemical state" it refers to just a ...
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Ionic Radius of Iodine in High Temperature Form

The ionic radius of iodine in the high temperature form can be determined once the unit cell is known, but how can I calculate the radius of $\ce{I}$ given that the cubic lattice parameter is 6.10 Å.
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How can you explain that the ratio of the densities of Ag and Au equals the ratio of their relative masses?

My book says that silver and gold both have the same face centered cubic structure and then asks to show and explain why the ratio of their densities equals the ratio of their relative masses. How can ...
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Why are there no edge dislocations in a face-centered cubic (FCC) lattice?

In crystallography, we know that the Burgers vector is parallel to the dislocation direction in a screw dislocation, and perpendicular in a edge dislocation. Furthermore, I have in my lecture notes "...
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Why does an ideal capacitor give rise to a rectangular cyclic voltammogram (CV)?

This question is sort of a sequel to my previous question about cyclic voltammetry (CV). One of the responses made reference to the fact that an ideal capacitor gives rise to a rectangular cyclic ...
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Has QTPIE ever been applied to 1D metals such as polyacetylene?

QTPIE is a fluctuating charge model that substantially improves modeling of polarization and charge transfer. I was curious whether it has ever been applied to 1D metals such as polyacetylene to ...

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