Glass : Selected Properties and Crystallization, Edited by Schmelzer, Jürn W. P., Publication Date: April 2014, ISBN: 978-3-11-029838-3, De Gruyter, Hardcover, Language English

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Glass : Selected Properties and Crystallization, Edited by Schmelzer, Jürn W. P., Publication Date: April 2014, ISBN: 978-3-11-029838-3, De Gruyter, Hardcover, Language English

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Edited by Schmelzer, Jürn W. P.With contrib. by Abyzov, Alexander S. / Androsch, René / Baidakov, Vladimir G. / Fokin, Vladimir M. / Gutzov, Stoyan / Gutzow, Ivan S. / Johari, Gyan P. / Jordanov, Nikolai / Karamanov, Alexander / Leko, Viktor K. / Ludwig, Frank-Peter / Markovska, Irena / Pascova, Radost / Penkov, Ivan / Pevzner, Boris Z. / Polyakova, Irina G. / Schick, Christoph / Tarakanov, Sergey V. / Vedishcheva, Natalia M. / Wilde, Gerhard / Wright, Adrian C. / Wurm, Andreas / Zanotto, Edgar D. / Zhuravlev, Evgeny


Product Details

 

Hardcover: 610 pages

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter & Co (April 14, 2014)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 3110298384

ISBN-13: 978-3110298383

Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 6.8 x 1.4 inches

Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds

 

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24 x 17 cmxxii, 588 pages 393 Fig. 36 TablesLanguage: EnglishType of Publication: Specialist TextKeywords: Materials Science; Physics; Glass-forming Systems; Industrial Application


Overview


- Examples of general features of glassy materials

- Theoretical and experimental how the glass

-forming process effects the glass properties

- Highly important classes of glass-forming systems and how their treatment leads to desired properties


Aims and Scope


This work demonstrates how general features of glasses and glass transition are exemplified in different classes of glass-forming systems, such as silicate glasses, metallic glasses and polymers. In addition, the wide field of phase formation processes and their effect on glasses and their properties is studied both from theoretical and experimental points of view.

For these purposes, overviews on technologically highly important classes of glass-forming systems are presented, their technological treatment allowing one to reach the desired properties, theoretical approaches in the description of structure-property relations and new concepts in the theoretical treatment of crystallization of glass-forming systems.


Editor Jürn W. P. Schmelzer, University of Rostock, Germany.

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