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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 41, Number 4, August 2000

An XPS and EXAFS study of the interaction between cerium ions and glass surfaces
pp. 165-169(5)
Authors: Harrison, P. G.; Wood, J. V.; Kelsall, A.

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X‐ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of the germanate anomaly in the Na2O–GeO2 system
pp. 175-181(7)
Authors: Gee, I. A.; Hussin, R.; Holland, D.; McConville, C. F.; Mekki, A.

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State of nondissociated molecules of water inclusions in aluminosilicate glasses (1H NMR and electron microscopy study)
pp. 182-187(6)
Authors: Zavelsky, V. O.; Salova, T. P.; Epelbaum, M. B.; Bezmen, N. I.; Zavelskaya, L. N.

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Phase separation and the mixed alkali effect
pp. 192-198(7)
Authors: Wright, B. M.; Shelby, J. E.

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Spectral studies of naphthalocyanine (Nc) and rare earth phthalocyanine (RePc) molecules in an inorganic glassy borate matrix
pp. 199-203(5)
Authors: Kumar, G. A.; Thomas, J.; George, N.; Nampoori, V. P. N.; Radhakrishnan, P.; Vallabhan, C. P. G.; Unnikrishnan, V.

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Electrolytic nature of ac/dc conduction in lithium triborate glass
pp. 204-209(6)
Authors: Doi, A.; Kondou, M.; Takaki, H.

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