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Increasing the quality of high-grade glass

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The causes of the appearance of an undesirable yellow-green tint in production of high-grade glassware were determined and recommendations for eliminating it were proposed.

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Translated from Steklo i Keramika, Nos. 11–12, pp. 8–10, November–December, 1994.

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Bulycheva, I.A., Krokhin, V.P. Increasing the quality of high-grade glass. Glass Ceram 51, 343–346 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00679811

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Keywords

  • Dolomite
  • Iron Oxide
  • Quartz Sand
  • Cobalt Oxide
  • Sieve Analysis