Advances in Glass and Optical Materials II: Ceramic by Mario Affatigato

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Offers a state of the art number of contemporary papers on glass and optical fabrics as awarded on the sixth Pacific Rim convention on Glass and Optical fabrics. Sections on constitution and homes, optical functions, glass modeling, and commercial functions are included.Content:

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In more detail, changes of δ may be accompanied with the phase transition from 2-dimensional layers to 3-dimensional networks also in our samples. FLUORESCENCE LIFETIMES AND STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITIONS Some interesting features are found when Figs. 2 and 4 are compared with each other. Specifically, behaviors of δ and r are similar as to both Ge^Sb^e. Se_ series. , an increased τ. 67. On the other hand, δ and r behave differently in the Ge^SbjSejo series. 80 where r gets decreased despite the large δ.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Five binary systems of alkali borate glasses Figure 1 shows the density of alkali borate glasses as a function of composition. The abbreviated notations of LiB, NaB, KB, RbB and CsB mean lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium and cesium borate glasses, respectively. 10 as pointed out by Shartsis, Capps and Spinner. ' 3 Figure 2 shows the velocity of sound in alkali borate glasses as a function of composition. The upper five curves represent the longitudinal velocities and the lower five curves represent the transverse velocities.

2, when Ols binding energy decreases, the polarizability of oxide ion increases, being confirmed the rough correlation between Ols binding energy and polarizability. Between the binding energy and refractive index, however, no linear correlation was observed. As for K, Rb, and Cs tellurite glasses, the polarizability of oxide ion increases but the refractive index decreases along with the alkali addition. It is quite anomalous phenomenon. 1' showed the relationship between the refractive index n and the energy band gap E&.

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