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Structure studies of caesium and lithium borovanadate glass systems

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The structures of lithium and caesium borovanadate (RLi2O.B2O3.KV2O5 and RCs2O.B2O3.KV2O5) glass systems have been studied using solid state nuclear magnetic resonance, electron paramagnetic resonance, and x-ray diffraction. Glass formation ranges for K values of 0·2, 0·4, and 0·6 were found from R=0 to 1·8 for the lithium borovanadates and R=0 to 2·8 for the caesium borovanadates. 11B NMR derived N4 data were used for predicting a simple mixing model in order to better understand how alkali cations are shared between the borate and vanadate short range units. A disproportionate sharing of the alkali oxide was found in both lithium and caesium borovanadates. An alkali preference for the vanadate glass network was observed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 April 2014

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