It is known [1, 2] that double-network borosilicate glasses have distinct microheterogeneous structure and accordingly have a tendency to microphase separation [3–5]; this is convincingly confirmed, in particular, by the character of leaching of sodium borosilicate glasses [2, 6].


Chemical Etching Pyrex Glass Structural Anisotropy Microphase Separation Liquid Phase Separation 
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  • S. T. Sil’vestrovich
  • V. D. Kazakov

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