Borate Glasses pp 151-165 | Cite as

Quantum Chemical Calculations to Model Borate Glass Electronic Structure and Properties

  • Lawrence C. Snyder
Part of the Materials Science Research book series (MSR, volume 12)


I consider myself to be a quantum chemist, having worked in that area for twenty years. I know little about borate glasses and have depended upon my Bell Laboratories colleagues Chuck Kurkjian and George Peterson for guidance as to the significant questions of glass chemistry. The overview of recent borate glass science provided by the preprint of David Griscom’s talkl has been quite valuable.


Electric Field Gradient Boron Atom Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Borate Glass Boroxole Ring 
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