Properties of Soda Aluminosilicate Glasses: II, Internal Friction
Internal friction measurements of soda aluminosilicate glasses, the physical properties of which were reported in Part I of this series, are discussed. The low- and intermediate-temperature internal friction peaks were studied in detail and are shown to be due to the stress-controlled movement of the sodium and nonbridging oxygen ions, respectively. A close correlation was found between the temperature shift of the low-temperature peak and the activation energy for electrical conduction in the soda aluminosilicate glasses. The magnitude of the low-temperature peak was found to depend more on the structural environment of the sodium ions than on the actual soda content. Changes in the intermediate-temperature peak are explained on the basis of the structural model proposed for these glasses.
D. E. Day and G. E. Rindone, "Properties of Soda Aluminosilicate Glasses: II, Internal Friction," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol. 45, no. 10, pp. 496-504, Wiley-Blackwell, Oct 1962.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1962.tb11041.x
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