Introduction to glass science: proceedings of a tutorial symposium held at the State University of New York, College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Alfred, N.Y., June 8-19, 1970

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Plenum Press, 1972 - Science - 722 pages
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The Vitreous State
Chemical Bonding in NonCrystalline Solids
The Structure of Glass

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absorption activation energy adsorbed adsorption Alfred University alkali alumina amber color anions annealed glasses annealing annealing point atoms batch bond bond strength bonding energy borate boron borosilicate glasses bubbles calcium calculated carbon carbon dioxide cation Ceram chalcogenide glasses Chem chemical chemical bonds chemisorption coefficient color color center composition compressive stress concentration conduction band conductivity cooling coordination Corning Glass corrosion covalent bond crack cristobalite crystal crystalline curve decrease density dependence dielectric dielectric constant diffusion diffusion coefficient dipole effect electric field electrical electrical conductivity electron electronegativity entropy equation equilibrium eutectic Figure 17 fracture free energy frequency fused silica glass temperature glass-ceramic heat heat treatment However hydrogen bond hydroxyl immiscibility increase index of refraction infrared ion exchange ionic ions ligand field theory liquid liquidus lithium material mechanism melt metal metastable molar volume mole molecule molten glass Mossbauer effect nitrogen non-bridging oxygens nucleation observed occurs optical orbitals oxide oxygen paramagnetic partial pressure permittivity phase separation photon Phys pi bond polarization properties ratio reaction redox refractory seal shown in Figure sigma bonds silica silicate glasses silicon SiO2 soda-lime glass sodium solid solid solution species spectra spinodal decomposition strength stress structure supersaturation surface surface tension temperature tensile stress tetrahedral thermal thermal expansion transition transition metal ultraviolet vibrational viscosity visible spectrum vitreous wavelength wavenumber x-ray diffraction Young's Modulus Zircon

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