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Journal of Materials Science

, Volume 42, Issue 10, pp 3358–3366 | Cite as

Tin-based amorphous and composite materials

  • Ekaterina PopovaEmail author
  • Yanko Dimitriev
Size-Dependent Effects

Abstract

In recent years increasing attention has been devoted to tin composite oxide glasses (TCO glasses), which are most promising candidates as anode materials in lithium secondary batteries and they are also desirable from environmental viewpoint low melting glasses, sensing elements, non-linear optical materials and coatings. The aim of this paper is to review the studies of SnO-based oxide glasses and to present our experience in developing such amorphous materials. The obstacles in producing such materials are oxidation or disproportionation of SnO at high temperatures. Different techniques were applied to established reproducible methods for the synthesis of Sn-containing glasses. Tin oxide glasses were obtained in the binary systems with classical glass-former oxides: SnO–SiO2, SnO–GeO2, SnO–B2O3, SnO–P2O5, SnO–BPO4 and in oxyhalide systems SnX2–P2O5, (X = F, Cl). SnO essentially improves some technological characteristics of glasses, but many unsolved problems regarding the mechanism of its influence still remain. Depending on the composition, SnO tends to change its behavior from network-modifier to network-former. But the structural role and chemistry of tin in inorganic glasses is still not clearly understood. Our studies were focused on the systems of SnO–P2O5, SnO–P2O5–MO (M = Zn, Ba), SnCl2–P2O5, SnCl2–P2O5–MeCl2 (MenOm). The influence on the quality of glasses of different factors, such as nature of raw materials, the batch preparation and the melting conditions, has been studied. Low-melting stable glasses have been obtained at ambient atmosphere.

Keywords

SnO2 B2O3 SnCl2 GeO2 SnF2 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of General and Inorganic ChemistryBulgarian Academy of SciencesSofiaBulgaria
  2. 2.Department of Silicate TechnologyUniversity of Chemical Technology and MetallurgySofiaBulgaria

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