“The critical cooling rate for glass formation for melts containing from 37.5 to 68.0 mol % Ga2O3 varied from 310 ± 80°C/s to 855 ± 115°C/s. The crystallization temperature, microhardness, UV and visible transmission were measured. The density increased from 4.075 g/cm3 at 37.5 3 mol % Ga2O3 to 4.402 g/cm3 at 56.0 mol % Ga2O3. The refractive index, nD, increased from 1.778 at 37.5 mol % Ga2O3 to 1.802 at 62.0 mol % Ga2O3. The IR spectra indicate that both GaO4 tetrahedra and GaO6 octahedra are present in these glasses”--Abstract, page 1.
Day, D. E.
Wolf, Robert V., 1929-1999
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Ceramic Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
viii, 35 pages
© 1983 Glenn Whichard, All rights reserved.
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Whichard, Glenn, "Glass formation and properties in the gallia-calcia system" (1983). Masters Theses. 4045.
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