Infrared and Raman spectra of binary tellurite glasses containing boron and indium oxides
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The constitution of glasses in the systems M2O3-TeO2 (M = B and In) was investigated by Raman and infrared spectroscopy. From the relation between the M2O3 content and the intensity ratios of the deconvoluted Raman peaks I(720)/I(665) and I(780)/I(665), it was concluded that In2O3 behaves as a network modifier to yield TeO 3 − units and that discrete BO3 and BO4 units construct a network of glasses containing boron oxide. A structural model for those glasses was derived which involves three-coordinated oxygen atoms and TeO4 units of an intermediate configuration, O3Teδ+ ...Oδ-.
KeywordsOxide Oxygen Polymer Indium Boron
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