A Study of the Crystallization of AsSexGey Glasses from Conductivity Measurements

  • Rudol’f L. Myuller


The practical need for partially crystallized vitreous materials as well as for glasses which are free from crystalline inclusions emphasizes the importance of experimental and theoretical studies of the crystallization kinetics of glasses, a subdivision of the study of crystallization from the melt. Similar investigations play an essential role in establishing the origin of the defects in crystalline solids which affect the electrochemical, optical and other physico-chemical properties of various materials and are very important to contemporary science and technology. Such studies are also valuable in solving the problem of glass formation and in understanding the causes of low crystallization tendency in groups of materials of particular chemical compositions.


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  • Rudol’f L. Myuller
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  1. 1.Leningrad State UniversityLeningradUSSR

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