Cation Effects in NaPO3 Glasses Doped with Metal Nitrides and Oxides
Oxynitride glasses were prepared by doping a NaPO3 melt with either AIN, Mg3N2, or Ca3N2 NaPO3 glasses doped with AI2O3, MgO, or CaO, so as to contain the same weight percent of each cation as in the oxynitride glasses were also prepared. The dissolution rate in water and the thermal expansion coefficient both decreased while the dilatometric softening point, glass transition temperature, and refractive index increased with increasing nitride or oxide dopant concentration. The properties of the corresponding oxide- or nitride-doped glasses were essentially equal, which indicated that the cation was primarily responsible for the change in each property.
M. Rajaram and D. E. Day, "Cation Effects in NaPO3 Glasses Doped with Metal Nitrides and Oxides," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol. 69, no. 5, pp. 400-403, Wiley-Blackwell, May 1986.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1986.tb04768.x
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Glass Manufacture - Control; Radioactive Materials - Storage; Chemical Durability; Phosphate Glasses; Phosphorus Oxynitride Glass
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