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The Development of Colors in Glass

  • Foster L. Harding
Conference paper

Abstract

In simplest terms, colors occur in glass because the spectrum of light which is incident upon a piece of glass is altered as it interacts with the glass. Several things may occur when light interacts with glass. Portions of the incident beam will be reflected, absorbed, and scattered. The remainder, if any, will be transmitted through the glass.

Keywords

Visible Spectrum Silicate Glass Color Center Octahedral Coordination Tetrahedral Coordination 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • Foster L. Harding
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  1. 1.Brockway Glass Company, Inc.BrockwayUSA

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