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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 43, Number 2, 1 April 2002

Effects of the rare earth modifier on the Brillouin scattering from soda magnesia alumina silicate glasses
pp. 73-79(7)
Authors: Shen, G.-Q.; Utegulov, Z. N.; P.Wicksted, J.; Mian, S. M.

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Electrical conduction in BaO-V2O5-B2O3 and BaO-Fe2O3-V2O5-B2O3 glasses: a comparative study
pp. 80-86(7)
Authors: Mansour, E.; El-Damrawi, G.; El-Maksoud, S. Abd; Moustafa, Y. M.; Doweidar, H.

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Helium solubility in ternary soda-lime-silica glasses and melts
pp. 91-96(6)
Authors: Mesko, M. G.; Shelby, J. E.

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Vanadium doping in CaO-ZrO2-SiO2 glasses
pp. 97-101(5)
Authors: Siligardi, C.; Ferrari, A. M.; Leonelli, C.; Bruni, S.

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EPR andoptical absorption studies on Fe3+ ions in alkali borotellurite glasses
pp. 102-107(6)
Authors: Prakash, P. Giri; Murali, A.; Rao, J. L.

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A model of the structure of simple phosphate glasses
pp. 108-118(11)
Authors: Meyer, K.; Barz, A.; Stachel, D.

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Partial molar liquidus temperatures of multivalent elements in multicomponent borosilicate glass
pp. 119-127(9)
Authors: Hrma, P.; Izak, P.; Vienna, J. D.; Thomas, M-L.; Irwin, G. M.

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