Handbook of Glass Properties
This volume is a compilation of data on the properties of glasses. The authors have critically examined and correlated the most reliable data on the properties of multicomponent commercial silicate glasses, vitreous silica, and binary and ternary laboratory glasses. Thermodynamic, thermal, mechanical, electrical, and transport properties are covered. Measurement methods and appropriate theories are also discussed.
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MultIcomponent CommercIal Glasses
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Activation Energy Akad alkali Aluminosilicate Glasses Amatuni aomposition imole Appl Arrhenius Parameters Borosilicate Glasses Ceram Chem cm seci1 cm2s cmi1 Composition Temperature Composition wt constant Danilova Data from Appen Data from graph Data from i1 Dielectric Parameters diffusion coefficient Doremus Dubrovo Elastic Electrical Conductivity Equation Evstrop'ev frequency Frischat gcm3 gcmi3 given in Table Glass Phys Glass Technol Glasses Composition mole Glastech heat capacity Helium ikHz Inorg ions Kasymova kcal molei1 Khim Kolitsch Leningrad Lithium Loss Tangents Mater Matusita Mazurin Mean heat capacity Microhardness H kg modulus Negodaev Non-Cryst oxides properties read from graph Reference Refractive Index Scholze Shelby Si02 Species Silicate Glass Melts soda-lime glass Sodium Aluminosilicate Sodium Silicate Solids solubility Steklo stress Surface Tension Takahashi Tempe1ture Temperature dependence Temperature range Terai Thermal Conductivity Thermal Expansion Coefficients Transl USSR Engl Vakhrameev Values Viscosities vitreous silica Yogyo Kyokaishi Zhabrev