Symposium on the] vitreous phase in technical materials

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The films consisted of an HA phase with different degrees of crystallinity (Fig. (b)). A more pronounced crystallinity (in the case of Li-doped HA) and an intense amorphous halo (in the case of films doped with glass) were observed, suggesting the incorporation of an important amount of vitreous material.

The vitreous transition is characterized by a freezing of atomic degrees of freedom at a temperature Tg depending on the heating and cooling rates. A kinetic origin is generally attributed to this phenomenon instead of a thermodynamic one which we develop here.

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Completed homogeneous nucleation laws reflecting the energy saving due to Fermi energy equalization of nascent crystals and their melt Cited by: Abstract. The importance of the vitreous state in ceramic materials such as high-temperature oxides or nitrides, is indicated by the existence of non-crystalline (mostly silicate composed) grain boundary regions and moreover by the formation of non-crystalline silica or silicate scales during the oxidation of silicon-containing by: 7.

CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE PHASE BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE VITREOUS AND METALLIC PHASE Podjuklová J., Mohyla M. VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, MTVC, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering PŘÍZPĚVEK KE STUDIU FÁZOVÉHO ROZHRANÍ MEZI SKLOVITOU A KOVOVOU FÁZÍ Podjuklová J., Mohyla M.

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Glass is not only a material but a condition of matter: the vitreous state. The topic, there­ fore, is introduced by a careful consideration of the nature of glass, or the vitreous state. Materials Science and Technology A Comprehensive Treatment Edited by R.W. Cahn, P. Haasen, E.J.

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Keywords: pineapple, vitreous floater, bromelain Introduction The vitreous is highly hydrated gel-like structure (> 98% water) that is acellular, apart from a few cells called hyalocytes in the vitreous cortex. Besides, the gel state is maintained by a network of long thin.

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We modeled the initiation of fracture in vitreous silica at various strain rates using molecular dynamics simulations.

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We avoided biasing the location for fracture initiation within the sample so that we could study the effects of dynamics and structure on determining the path to fracture, defined as the particular bonds that break during the course of fracture.

In this work a high-calcium (FA1) and low-calcium (FA2) fly ashes are used. According to chemical and mineral composition of FA1 is reactive in water medium because it contains hydraulic minerals.

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Modern materials science evolved directly from metallurgy. The average grain size of the γ-phase decreases from ± μm to ± μm, and porosity of samples increases from 13± % to ± %.The lattice parameter of the γ-phase increases from 10 −10 m to 10 −10 m and it corresponds to well-known invar alloys.

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The symposium was held by the Center for Development of Functional Materials (CDMF).This symposium is a specialized forum for research and application of archaeometry and archaeological sciences in glassy materials, covering the full spectrum of topics, techniques, chronologies and regions.

Proposed sessions include: Archaeometry Archaeometry is the investigation of ancient and historical glasses by means of any scientific methods (chemical, isotopic, or any other laboratory.