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Structural changes in colored glasses during hardening in liquids

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Kitaigorodskii, I.I., Zhorov, V.L. Structural changes in colored glasses during hardening in liquids. Glass Ceram 21, 60–62 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00675230

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Keywords

  • Infrared Region
  • Softening Point
  • Cool Capacity
  • Silicone Liquid
  • Annealed Glass