Internal Friction of Ion-Exchanged Li₂O·Al₂O₃·2SiO₂ Glass
Fibers of Li2O.Al2O3.2SiO2 glass were ion-exchanged for 1 to 300 min in an NaNO3 bath at 366°C. The internal friction and the Li and Na concentration profiles were measured. As Na progressively replaced Li, the alkali internal friction peak became smaller while a new peak (mixed-alkali peak) appeared and increased in magnitude. These changes in internal friction are similar to those that occur when a second alkali is added to glasses prepared by conventional melting. The magnitudes of both internal friction peaks in the ion-exchanged glass depended on the overall composition of the glass; that of the alkali peak depended on the composition of the unexchanged glass core, whereas that of the mixed-alkali peak depended on the composition of the exchanged layer on the glass surface. When the exchanged surface layer was dissolved, the original alkali peak was restored, and the mixed-alkali peak disappeared. Changing the alkali distribution did not affect the mixed-alkali peak much; however, it caused the alkali peak to shift to higher temperatures and become smaller. The height of the alkali peak can be used to determine the maximum depth of penetration of the second alkali.
A. Ismail et al., "Internal Friction of Ion-Exchanged Li₂O·Al₂O₃·2SiO₂ Glass," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol. 55, no. 6, pp. 279 - 284, Wiley-Blackwell, Jun 1972.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1972.tb11284.x
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01 Jun 1972