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dc.creatorTosić, Mihajlo B.
dc.creatorŽivanović, Vladimir D.
dc.creatorGrujić, S.R.
dc.creatorStojanović, Jovica
dc.creatorNikolić, Jelena
dc.description.abstractThis paper presents the results of a study of the primary crystallization of a multicomponent mixed anion silicate glass. The primary phase, leucite, and the secondary phase, diopside, were formed by surface crystallization, while the secondary phase, phlogopite, was formed by volume crystallization. The influence of the particle size of glass powder samples in the range 0-1 mm on the temperature of the DTA crystallization peak, T-p, the height of the peak, (delta T)(p), and the parameter T-p(2)/(Delta T)(p) was studied. The behaviors of the parameters (delta T)(p) and T-p(2)/(Delta T)(p). depend only on the change in the surface-to-volume nuclei ratio, as is the P case with polymorphic crystallization. However, the particle size ranges in which the surface, volume and mixed crystallization mechanism dominate are considerably narrower for this glass. The influence of the duration of a pre-DTA heat treatment on the parameters T-p, (delta T)(p), and Delta T-p for fixed temperatures in the range T = 550-750 degrees C was investigated. The T-p of the samples thermally treated for different times, at fixed temperatures, decreased up to t = 5 h and then increased to a value close to that of an as-quenched sample, after which the value remained constant. The curves of (delta T)(p), and Delta T-p as a function of time for fixed temperatures show a maximum. The influence of the temperature of the pre-DTA heat treatment on the parameters T-p (delta T)(p), and Delta T-p, for fixed times of t = 1-5 h was also investigated. On increasing the pre-DTA heat treatment time, the curves changed significantly. The curves for 3 and 5 h in the temperature range 580-660 degrees C were similar to the nucleation curve, which indicated that the volume nucleation process proceeded in this temperature range. The behavior of these parameters, as a result of the simultaneous action of different nucleation mechanisms and crystal growth differ from those previously reported for the case of polymorphic crystallization.en
dc.publisherElsevier Science Bv, Amsterdam
dc.sourceJournal of Non-Crystalline Solids
dc.subjectglass ceramicsen
dc.subjectcrystal growthen
dc.titleA study of the primary crystallization of a mixed anion silicate glassen
dc.citation.other354(31): 3694-3704

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