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Diffraction Analysis of Vitreous and Molten B2O3

  • J. Zarzycki
Part of the Materials Science Research book series (MSR, volume 12)


X-ray diffraction studies of vitreous B2O3 provide a good illustration of the progress in structure determination of inorganic glasses in general. An important glass network former with interesting physico-chemical properties, B2O3 has been studied almost as extensively as vitreous SiO2; the determination of its structure met, however, with additional difficulties, the main one being for a long time the lack of reliable information on the structure of the crystalline B2O3 itself.


Radial Distribution Function Isothermal Compressibility Adiabatic Compressibility Pair Function Integration Range 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Zarzycki
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  1. 1.Laboratory of Materials Science and C.N.R.S. Glass LaboratoryUniversity of MontpellierFrance

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