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Research on the Surface of Lead Silicate Glass after Resurfacing

Abstract

The surfaces of lead silicate glass (LSG) S87-2 and S78-4 after resurfacing followed by washing in organic solvents are studied. It is shown that long-term treatment in organic solvents leads to the removal of the foreign layer that appears after the use of oil slurries during resurfacing.

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Ashkhotov, O.G., Ashkhotova, I.B. & Sotskov, V.A. Research on the Surface of Lead Silicate Glass after Resurfacing. Glass Phys Chem 45, 608–610 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1134/S108765961906004X

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Keywords:

  • lead silicate glass
  • processing
  • grinding
  • polishing
  • characteristics
  • surface