Influence of Microphase Separation in Fluoberyllate Glasses on the Concentration Dependence of Certain Properties
Fluoberyllate glasses in simple systems are often regarded as weakened models of silicate glasses, with a higher tendency to microphase separation. Many processes of structural regrouping proceed at higher rates and lower temperatures in fluoberyllate than in silicate glasses. Accordingly, it becomes easier to study certain properties and structure-formation processes, characteristic of inorganic glasses, in fluoberyllate glasses.
KeywordsElasticity Modulus Microphase Separation Lithium Fluoride Composition Region Weakened Model
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