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Dependence of the Glass Transition Point Tg and the Elastic Constants on the Structure of Glassy Semiconductors

  • S. A. Dembovskii

Abstract

It is shown that there is a relationship between the structure of glassy chalcogenide semiconductors, on the one hand, and the glass transition point and the elastic constants, on the other. The glass transition point, Young’s modulus, and the shear modulus (Tg, E, and F) calculated for one chemical bond are the same for chalcogenide glasses in which the nature of the chemical interactions is the same. Knowledge of these quantities enables one to predict the structure of newly synthesized chalcogenide semiconducting compounds.

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