It is noted in the literature that microphase separation in droplet form is possible not only in the usual glasses for production of glass-ceramics containing TiO2 or other crystallization catalysts, but also in photosensitive glasses containing gold, silver, or copper ions as catalysts [1–4]. However, there are no experimental data in the literature confirxming this suggestion.


Colloidal Particle Silver Particle Droplet Form Microphase Separation Lithium Aluminosilicate 
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