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By E. D. Zanotto
A "must-have" for fabrics engineers, chemists, physicists, and geologists, this is often one of many first "coffee-table" books within the box of glass science.
Containing over fifty appealing micrographs, the booklet displays 35 years of unique learn through a very popular authority within the box. It includes 50 slides culled from tens of millions of pictures on glass crystal nucleation, progress, and crystallization. the photographs signify glass crystallization mechanisms, together with inner, floor, homogeneous, heterogeneous, and eutectic, crystal nucleation and growth.
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X. indd 27 6/4/2013 4:10:21 PM Star-like Crystals in the Volume of PTR Glass NaF crystals in the interior of a PTR glass. Treatment at a high temperature near the solubility limit. UV-unexposed, heat-treated at 700 °C for 30 min. Optical microscopy, transmitted light. Awarded best micrograph of the Second Summer School on Materials Physics, IFSC, USP (2009). Creol-UCF (USA), LaMaV (UFSCar) and TC7 Carlos Baptista, Vlad Fokin, and Gui Souza (2009) Souza GP, Fokin VM, Zanotto ED, Lumeau J, Glebova L and Glebov LB.
Tese]. Universidade Estadual Paulista; 2004. Supervisors: Zanotto, E. D. M. 5 mol% Li2O. The large particle is the 123 phase. A second (unknown) phase, which is rich in Li, Ca, and Si, precipitates in the grain boundary. Optical microscopy, reﬂected light. LaMaV (UFSCar) Tiago Mosca (2009) Poster presented at the II Summer School of Materials Physics, IFSC-USP, São Carlos (2009). indd 23 6/4/2013 4:10:07 PM Textured Worm-like Crystals in a Bioactive Glass Fiber KCaPOx crystals in the interior of a K-Na-Ca-Mg-Si-P-B-O bioactive glass ﬁber.
PTR glass with 50% of the typical bromine content, UV-unexposed, hyperdeveloped at 600 °C for 24 h. Optical microscopy, transmitted, cross-polarized light. 3SiO2 crystals in the interior of a 1-2-3 stoichiometric glass. The larger crystals were produced by a ﬁrst heat treatment and the smaller by a second one. The smaller crystals could not nucleate and grow in the Na-depleted “courtyards” of the larger crystals. Optical microscopy, reﬂected light. LaMaV (UFSCar) Vlad Fokin (1998) Fokin VM, Potapov OV, Zanotto ED, Spiandorello FM, Ugolkov VL and Pevzner BZ.