Silica Glass and Binary Silicate Glasses - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444422156, 9780444598967

Silica Glass and Binary Silicate Glasses, Volume 15A

1st Edition

Serial Editors: O.V. Mazurin M.V. Streltsina T.P. Shvaiko-Shvaikovskaya
eBook ISBN: 9780444598967
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 1st July 1983
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Table of Contents


SiO2


Crystallization


Density


Thermal Expansion


Specific Heat


Thermal Conductivity


Temperature Conductivity


Optical Properties


Viscosity


Elastic Properties and Internal Friction


Microhardness


Strength


Surface Tension


Chemical Durability


Electrical Properties


Diffusion, Permeation and Solubility of Gases


Diffusion of Ions


Volatilization


Magnetic Properties


R2O-SiO2 Systems


Glass Formation


Crystallization


Density


Thermal Expansion


Specific Heat


Thermal Conductivity


Optical Properties


Viscosity


Glass Transition Temperature


Elastic Properties and Internal Friction


Microhardness


Strength


Surface Tension


Chemical Durability


Electrical Properties


Diffusion, Permeation and Solubility of Gases


Diffusion of Ions


Volatilization


Magnetic Properties


RO-SiO2 Systems


Glass Formation


Crystallization


Density


Thermal Expansion


Specific Heat


Thermal Conductivity


Optical Properties


Viscosity


Glass Transition Temperature


Elastic Properties and Internal Friction


Strength


Surface Tension


Chemical Durability


Electrical Properties


Permeation and Solubility of Gases


Diffusion of Ions


Volatilization


Magnetic Properties


R2O3-SiO2 Systems


Glass Formation


Crystallization



Description

Physical Sciences Data, Volume 15: Handbook of Glass Data: Silica Glass and Binary Silicate Glasses, Part A presents information on the systems capable of forming glasses by cooling melts. This book provides data on the crystallization rates of glasses.

Organized into six chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the melt properties for the glass-forming systems. This text then examines the notion of a component that is very significant for determining the number of components in each investigated glass. Other chapters consider the contents of several oxides of the same element but in different valent state as the reason to transfer a glass to the category of the increased number of components. This book discusses as well the analytical composition of glass. The final chapter deals with flotation method using tetrabromoethane and benzene mixture.

This book is a valuable resource for glass specialists, chemists, engineers, scientists, and information science workers.


Details

Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier Science 1983
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN:
9780444598967

Reviews

@qu:This is an invaluable reference work for all scientists and technologists concerned with the properties of glasses and how to achieve particular combinations. It should not only be available on the library shelves but should be a part of each worker's bench collection. It will soon be well thumbed and come to be regarded as an essential tool in glass research. @source:Glass Technology

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About the Serial Editors

O.V. Mazurin Serial Editor

M.V. Streltsina Serial Editor

T.P. Shvaiko-Shvaikovskaya Serial Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute of Silicate Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia