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Physical properties and structure of glasses.

John Edwin Stanworth

Physical properties and structure of glasses.

by John Edwin Stanworth

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Published by Thomson-Houston Co .
Written in English


Edition Notes

English version of an article published in Glastechnische Berichte, 1950, 23, 297.

The Physical Object
Pagination8p.,27cm
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19754735M

Abstract. The term “thermal properties” refers to those physical properties whose temperature dependence is the crucial aspect either for the handling alone or Cited by: 2. Each material has a property profile. The properties of engineering materials can be classified into the following main groups: physical and chemical. The physical properties can also be further grouped into categories: mechanical, thermal, electrical, magnetic, optical etc. The chemical properties include: environmental and chemical Size: 1MB.

Metallic glass (MGs) has many unique properties such as low density, low Young's modulus, and so on. These unique physical and mechanical properties attract much attention on their application in manufacturing production. While, structural properties such as complete absence of the long‐range order and most MGs are consist of equal or more than ternary constituent which complex factors make Author: HaiJun Chang. Physical properties Optical properties. Glass is in widespread use in optical systems due to its ability to refract, reflect, and transmit light following geometrical optics. The most common and oldest applications of glass in optics are as lenses, windows, mirrors, and prisms.

Physical properties of molecular crystals, liquids, and glasses by Bondi, Arnold Aaron and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Glasses also have larger flexibility in their physical properties through selection of the base material. The refraction of index, for instance, can be varied from to and.


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Physical properties and structure of glasses by John Edwin Stanworth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Finally, example applications to indicate the abundance of amorphous materials in modern-day technology are included, thus illustrating the importance of a better understanding of their structure and properties.

This book can be used as supplementary reading in courses on crystallography, mineralogy, solid state physics, and materials science where amorpous materials have played only a minor role Cited by: 6.

This section also covers the ionic conductivity and physical aging of chalcogenide glasses, deposition techniques for chalcogenide thin films, and transparent chalcogenide glass-ceramics.

Part two explores the applications of chalcogenide : Woodhead Publishing. The structural and physical properties of F-() glass system, with (mol%), have been studied. No boroxol ring formation was observed in the structure of these glasses which suggest that glasses under study consist of randomly connected B and B by: 9.

About this book. Boron Oxide plays a key role in numerous glasses of high technological importance, yet its role in glass structure is far from clear. Indeed, in recent years there have been serious chal­ lenges to previous structure concepts for both crystalline and glassy : Springer US.

This new book presents aspects concerning the excited state relaxation of Ln3+ ions in lead borate glasses and glass-ceramics are discussed, as well as optical properties of lanthanide-doped lead. Next, the book discusses the tensile properties and failure of synthetic fibers, ranging from polyamide, polyester, polyethylene and carbon fibers.

Chapters provide a general background of the fiber, including its manufacture, microstructure, factors that affect tensile properties and methods to. Abstract. The concept of glass as a heterogeneous system has developed greatly in recent years.

The hypothesis of chemically heterogeneous structure of Porai-Koshits [1], Voge’s concept of cellular structure [2], the micellar hypothesis of Moriya [3], and the microcellular structure hypothesis of Yoshida [4] have been developed on these : N.

Bobkova, I. Trunets. physical and mechanical properties of commer-cial glass fibers. General-purpose glass fibers (E-glass vari-ants) are discussed in the following section of this article, which provides an in-depth discus-sion of compositions, melt properties, fiber prop-erties (Ref 12), methods of manufacture, andsig-nificant product types.

An in-depth File Size: KB. General information on the manufacturing methods for glasses and crystalline materials is available in several sources.9–11 Information on cutting and polishing of optical elements can be found in the literature.2,12, PROPERTIES OF MATERIALSSymmetry Properties The description of the properties of solids depends on structural symmetry.

Glasses Structure  Structure: Network formers Molecules that link up with each other to form long chains and networks.

Hot glass cools, chains unable to organize into a pattern. Solidification has short-range order only.  Amorphous structure occurs by adding impurities (Na+,Mg2+,Ca2+, Al3+).

Physical vs. Chemical Properties • The forensic scientist must constantly determine those properties that impart distinguishing characteristics to matter, giving it a unique identity. • Physical properties such as weight, volume, color, boiling point, and melting point describe a substance without reference to any other substance.

The objective of this book is two-fold: to examine key properties of III-V compounds and to present diverse material parameters and constants of these semiconductors for a variety of basic research and device applications.

Emphasis is placed on material properties not only of. Preface The Handbook of Optical Materials is a compilation of the physical properties of optical materials used in optical systems and lasers.

It contains extensive data tabulations but with a minimum of narration, in a style similar to that of the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.

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. The effect of impurities (oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, sulfur, inclusions) on optical transmission of glasses was determined. The optical, thermal and crystallization properties of glasses were studied.

Chalcogenide glass-based, low loss, multimode and single-mode optical fibers are produced. Alkaline solutions attack all glasses and borosilicate glass can be classified as moderately resistant.

The alkali resistance of borosilicate glass meets Class A2 requirements as defined by ISO and DIN Please refer to the following table for more information on the physical and chemical properties of glass. Glasses of ((x + y))(B 2 O 3 Bi 2 O 3)xLa 2 O 3 yWO 3, x = 0, 10; y = 0 ÷ 40 mol% were prepared by melt quenching.

Density measurements, thermal analysis, UV-vis diffuse reflectance spectroscopy, X-ray photoelec-tron spectroscopy and. C physical and chemical D beneficial and harmful 2.

What is compared and contrasted with the physical properties of matter in the passage. A a painting by Leonardo Da Vinci B the Periodic Table of Elements C the appearance of a basketball D the chemical properties of matter Size: KB. This is a list of some physical properties of common glasses.

Unless otherwise stated, the technical glass compositions and many experimentally determined properties are taken from one large study. Unless stated otherwise, the properties of fused silica (quartz glass) and germania glass are derived from the SciGlass glass database by forming the arithmetic mean of all the experimental values Basics: Glass, Glass transition, Supercooling.

Glass Physics and Chemistry presents results of research on the inorganic and physical chemistry of glass, ceramics, nanoparticles, nanocomposites, and high-temperature oxides and coatings.

The journal welcomes manuscripts from all countries in the English or Russian language. PEER REVIEW. Glass Physics and Chemistry is a peer reviewed journal. Formation and Structure The basic structure of plastics (or polymers) is given by macromolecule chains, formulated from monomer units by chemical reactions.

Typical reactions for chain assembling are polyaddition (continuous or step wise) and condensation polymer- ization (polycondensation.• Glasses form the basic elements of virtually all optical systems • World-wide telecommunications by optical fibers • Aesthetic appeal of fine glassware- 'crystal' chandeliers • High refractive index/birefringent PbO-based glasses • Color in cathedral windows, art glass, etc.

Optical Properties 1. Bulk Properties: refractive index, optical dispersion 2.The structure of liquids, glasses and other non-crystalline solids is characterized by the absence of long-range order which defines crystalline materials. Liquids and amorphous solids do, however, possess a rich and varied array of short to medium range order, which originates from chemical bonding and related interactions.

Metallic glasses, for example, are typically well described by the.