Equation of State for Metasilicate Glasses
It is well known that some glasses, particularly fused silica, show anomalous elastic behavior, such as negative pressure derivatives of elastic moduli , and consequently, a normal equation of state for solids is not applicable to these glasses. However, such anomalies disappear as the three dimensionality of the SiO2 lattice is broken down with the addition of glass network modifiers such as alkali or alkaline-earth ions .
KeywordsBulk Modulus Pulse Repetition Frequency Crystalline Compound Pressure Derivative Temperature Control Water Bath
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