Ultradisperse batch for low-alkali aluminoborosilicate glasses
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It is determined that ultradisperse activated batches obtained by wet milling in a planetary mill are effective for synthesizing low-alkaline borosilicate glasses (Pyrex type). The positive effect is attained, first and foremost, by intensifying the stages of glass formation—dissolution of free silica. The glassmaking temperature can be lowered by 100 – 150°C.
Key wordslow-alkali borosilicate glass batch wet milling activation melting efficacy
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