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Reactions in Vitreous Solids

  • W. Vogel

Abstract

Increased knowledge of the activity and reactivity of vitreous solids has opened completely new fields of application over the past 20 years. As examples, mention may be made of the use of glass as an optical medium in high efficiency optics, as laser material, as a photosensitive or photochromic medium, as a light or wave conductor (e.g. in fibre optics), as an electric insulator or semiconductor and finally as glass ceramic with minimal thermal expansion coefficient having a high resistance or machinability analagous to that of metals.

Keywords

Matrix Phase Glass Phase Droplet Phase Replication Method Barium Borate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Vogel
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  1. 1.Otto-Schott-Institute der Sektion ChemieFriedrich-Schiller-UniversitätJenaGermany

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