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Solid inclusions in optical glass


The experience of investigating solid inclusions in optical glass by the method of x-ray spectral microanalysis is generalized. Typical inclusions and ways of their formation are described.

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Translated from Steklo i Keramika, No. 3, pp. 6–8, March, 1995.

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Pavlovskii, V.K., Semenov, A.D. Solid inclusions in optical glass. Glass Ceram 52, 56–58 (1995).

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  • Polymer
  • Optical Glass
  • Solid Inclusion
  • Typical Inclusion