Effect of la2o3 on the structure and the properties of strontium borate glasses
Grujić, Snežana R.
Tosić, Mihajlo B.
Živanović, Vladimir D.
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The selected lanthanum-strontium borate glasses were prepared by a conventional melt-quenching technique. The compositions of the investigated glasses were chosen to be: 5.7, 9.5, 14.3, 19.1 mol% for La2O3, 22.9, 19.1, 14.3, 9.5 mol% for SrO and 71.4 mol% for B2O3. The density, molar volume, oxygen molar volume, oxygen packing density, oxygen/boron ratios and structural transformations in the glass network were investigated according to the substitution of SrO by La2O3. The density and the molar volume increased in parallel with La2O3 content increase. Simultaneously, oxygen molar volume values increased while the oxygen packing density values decreased. A hot stage microscope (HSM) and a differential thermal analysis (DTA) were used to determine the characteristic temperatures. By increasing the content of lanthanum, the glass transition temperatures, changed with the same trend as the molar volume. Glass stability parameters were calculated from the temperatures obtained by DTA and H...SM. The HSM results were used to obtain the viscosity curves by applying the Vogel-Fulcher-Tamman (VFT) equation.
Ključne reči:HSM / glass viscosity / DTA
Izvor:Chemical Industry and Chemical Engineering Quarterly / CICEQ, 2016, 22, 1, 111-115
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