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Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 70, Issue 1–2, pp 7–13 | Cite as

Physical-chemical and technological factors in coloring molten glass

  • Yu. A. Guloyan
Science for Glass Production
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The main conditions for colorants to dissolve in glass melts—chemical interaction, diffusion, distribution in bulk or in a definite layer — are examined. The particularities of continuous volume and surface coloring of glass in container- and sheet-glass production are noted, and the corresponding dependences are presented.

Key words

coloring chemical interaction diffusion mixing residence time glass container sheet glass 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Scientific-Research Institute of GlassGus’-Khrustal’nyiRussia

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