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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

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Volume 46, Number 1, February 2005

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Fragility of oxide melts as a thermodynamic parameter
pp. 7-11(5)
Authors: Ojovan, M. I.; Lee, W. E.

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The role of aluminium in the durability of alumino-borosilicate glasses
pp. 12-20(9)
Authors: Ledieu, A.; Devreux, F.; Barboux, P.

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Single and multiphonon assisted hopping conduction in CoO−TeO2−V2O5 glasses
pp. 21-26(6)
Authors: Mansour, E.; Hassan, A. K.; El-Damrawi, G.

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ESR, infrared and optical absorption studies of Cu2+ ion doped in xB2O3−(100−x)TeO2 glass system
pp. 27-30(4)
Authors: Suresh, S.; Babu, J.Chinna; Chandramouli, V.

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Compositional and viscosity influence on the nitrogen/oxygen substitution reactions in phosphate melts
pp. 39-45(7)
Authors: Muñoz, F.; Durán, A.; Pascual, L.; Marchand, R.

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Glass formation area and structure of glassy materials obtained from the ZnO−CdO−TeO2 ternary system
pp. 46-57(12)
Authors: Zayas, M. E.; Arizpe, H.; Castillo, S. J.; Medrano, F.; Diaz, G. C.; Rincón, J. M.; Romero, M.; Beltrán, F. J. Espinoza

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