Chemical component exchange and transport phenomena accompanying phase transformations in minerals and materials
Chemical component exchange and transport phenomena accompanying the multistage phase transformations of several silicate and aluminosilicate-phosphate glasses and borates as model systems are considered. It is demonstrated that the component transport limitations modify the role of chemical affinity influence and determine the sequence of new compound formation.
Keywordsaluminousilicate-phosphate glass borates mass trnsport multistage crystallization phase transformations silicate glass
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