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Phase Separation of Simple Glasses

  • Harrie J. Stevens

Abstract

Immiscible systems like oil and water, have been known for many years. It was not until some sixty years ago that this same type of immiscibility was found in glass systems.

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Free Energy Phase Separation Spinodal Decomposition Liquid Immiscibility American Ceramic Society 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • Harrie J. Stevens
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  1. 1.SUNY College of CeramicsAlfred UniversityAlfredUSA

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