Titanium in the Structure of Alkali Borosilicate Glasses
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Vibrational spectroscopy is used to show that the effect of adding titanium to K2O–B2O3–SiO2 glasses differing by the ratio of the boron and alkali metal contents is different. This result reflects the change in the structural role of titanium in the glass and is important for evaluating the influence of titanium additions on the properties of alkali borosilicate glass in the process of improving the glassy matrix materials used for the immobilization of radwastes.
Key wordsborosilicate glasses spectroscopy structure titanium
This work was supported by RFFI grant No. 14-08-00323-a.
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