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What does PACEM stand for?

PACEM stands for Physics and Chemistry of Earth Materials

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With an approach that stresses the fundamental solid state behaviour of minerals, this 1995 text surveys the physics and chemistry of earth materials.
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Book Description Cambridge University Press. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND. , Physics and Chemistry of Earth Materials (6th Revised edition), Alexandra Navrotsky, With an approach that stresses the fundamental solid state behaviour of minerals, and with emphasis on both theory and experiment, this 1995 text surveys the physics and chemistry of earth materials. It starts with a systematic tour of crystal chemistry of both simple and complex structures (with completely new structural drawings) and discusses how structural and thermodynamic information is obtained experimentally.
Item Description: Cambridge University Press. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND. , Physics and Chemistry of Earth Materials (6th Revised edition), Alexandra Navrotsky, With an approach that stresses the fundamental solid state behaviour of minerals, and with emphasis on both theory and experiment, this 1995 text surveys the physics and chemistry of earth materials. It starts with a systematic tour of crystal chemistry of both simple and complex structures (with completely new structural drawings) and discusses how structural and thermodynamic information is obtained experimentally.
Earth Materials Research: Report of a Workshop on Physics and Chemistry of Earth Materials.
Stressing the fundamental solid state behavior of minerals, and emphasizing both theory and experiment, this text surveys the physics and chemistry of earth materials. The author begins with a systematic tour of crystal chemistry of both simple and complex structures (with completely new structural drawings) and discusses how to obtain structural and thermodynamic information experimentally. Dr. Navrotsky also reviews the quantitative concepts of chemical bonding--band theory, molecular orbit and ionic models.