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Investigation of Phase Separation in Glasses of the System R2O-B2O3-SiO2 by Study of their Electric Properties

  • T. P. Dgebuadze
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Part of the The Structure of Glass / Stekloobraznoe Sostoyanie / Стеклооьразное Состояние book series (SOG)

Abstract

Glasses of the system R2O-B2O3-SiO2 exhibit metastable phase separation, which diminishes with increasing radius of the alkali-metal ion in the glass [1–7]. Because of the different rates of metastable phase separation processes, it is possible to obtain various intermediate structures [8, 9].

Keywords

Phase Separation Subsequent Heat Treatment Relaxation Maximum Conducting Component Continuous Conducting 
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