Properties of Soda Aluminosilicate Glasses I
Refractive Index, Density, Molar Refractivity, and Infrared Absorption Spectra
The density, refractive index, molar refractivity, and infrared absorption spectra of soda aluminosilicate glasses containing up to 34.8 wt% alumina have been determined. Changes in these properties with composition can be explained by existing theories which assume that the aluminum ions form only A104 tetrahedra when the Al/Na ratio of the glass is equal to or less than 1. the aluminum ions in glasses having an Al/Na ratio larger than 1 are in both fourfold and sixfold coordination.
D. E. Day and G. E. Rindone, "Properties of Soda Aluminosilicate Glasses I," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Wiley-Blackwell, Oct 1962.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1962.tb11040.x
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