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Porous Glasses as a Source of Information on Structural Changes in Sodium Borosilicate Glasses Undergoing Phase Separation

  • S. P. Zhdanov
  • E. V. Koromal’di
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Part of the The Structure of Glass / Stekloobraznoe Sostoyanie / Стеклооьразное Состояние book series (SOG)

Abstract

Interest in study of chemically heterogeneous sodium borosilicate glass has increased considerably in recent years owing to the use of new experimental techniques [1–6]. Information on the structure of these glasses and on its changes with variations of the glass composition and conditions of heat treatment was obtained earlier from the results of studies of the structure of porous glasses by adsorption methods [7–11]. A serious defect of this information was absence of proper correlation with the relationships of liquid-liquid phase separation in these glasses.

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  • S. P. Zhdanov
  • E. V. Koromal’di

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