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Physics and Chemistry of Glasses is now published as Physics and Chemistry of Glasses - European Journal of Glass Science and Technology Part B.

Publisher: Society of Glass Technology

Volume 40, Number 2, April 1999

Physicochemical properties and structure of Ga2S3–GeS2–La2S3–Ln2S3 glasses (Ln=yttrium or lanthanoids)
pp. 49-53(5)
Authors: Higuchi, H.; Kanno, R.; Kawamoto, Y.; Takahashi, M.; Kadono, K.

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Spectroscopy of Sm3+ ion in calcium metaphosphate glass
pp. 57-62(6)
Author: Mohapatra, G. K. Das

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DC conductivity and polarisation in iron phosphate glasses
pp. 69-74(6)
Authors: Mogusˇ‐Milankovic´, A.; Day, D. E.; Sˇantic´, B.

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Fatigue limit in borosilicate glass by interrupted static fatigue test
pp. 79-84(6)
Authors: Sglavo, V. M.; Renzi, S.

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Morphology and melting point of noble metal microcrystals in glass forming melts
pp. 99-110(12)
Authors: Höche, T.; Guencheva, V.; Pascova, R.; Gutzow, I.

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Short range order of selenite glasses
pp. 111-112(2)
Authors: Neov, S.; Gerasimova, I.; Yordanov, S.; Lakov, L.; Mikula, P.; Lukas, P.; Dimitriev, Y.

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