Non-isothermal crystallization of K2O·TiO2·3GeO2 glass
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The crystallization of K2O·TiO2·3GeO2 glass under non-isothermal condition was studied. In powdered glass with particle sizes less than 0.15 mm, surface crystallization was dominant and an activation energy of crystal growth of E a,s=327±50 kJ mol−1 was calculated. In the size range 0.15 to 0.45 mm, both surface and volume crystallization occurred. For particle sizes >0.45 mm, volume crystallization dominated with spherulitic morphology of the crystals growth and E a,v=359±64 kJ mol−1 was calculated.
Keywordscrystallization glass kinetics K2TiGe3O9
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