Principles of thermochemical surface modification of commercial silicate glasses
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Proceeding from studies of the relationships that govern the formation of structure in the surface layers of commercial silicate glasses, new approaches are proposed for selecting reagents that can be used to treat glasses thermochemically in the course of manufacture with a view to improving their service properties. The influence of the various processes involved in the formation of structure in the surface layers and the process variables on the properties of glasses is analyzed.
KeywordsSurface Layer Subsurface Layer Service Property Polished Glass Chemical Surface Treatment
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