Effect of transition elements on the transmittance of diboron trioxide glasses
"For many years, boric oxide has been used extensively as a minor constituents in silicate glasses, because of its beneficial influence on their physical properties as well as on glass melting processes; but when used without silica or in too large proportion, the resulting glasses lack chemical durability...Because of its detrimental effect as a major constituent in silicate glasses or in borate glasses, very little work has been done on borate glasses, especially on colored borate glasses...The purpose of this investigation is to find out the effect of the transition elements on the transmission curves of the colored borate glasses"--Introduction, page 1-3.
Knapp, W. J. (William John), 1916-
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Ceramic Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
iv, 66 pages
© 1949 C. G. Amin, All rights reserved.
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Amin, Chandubhai Gordhanbhai, "Effect of transition elements on the transmittance of B₂O₃ glasses" (1949). Masters Theses. 4960.