Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 15, Issue 7, pp 357–362 | Cite as

The structure of glass and its mechanical strength

  • T. N. Keshishyan
  • M. B. Épel'baum


Brittleness Tridymite Molten Glass Glass Batch Crystallization Field 


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  • T. N. Keshishyan
  • M. B. Épel'baum

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