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Volume 48, Number 1, February 2007

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Boron-10 NMR: what extra information can it give about borate glasses?
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Holland, D.; Feller, S. A.; Kemp, T. F.; Smith, M. E.; Howes, A. P.; Winslow, D.; Kodama, M.

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Elasticity and anelasticity of oxide glasses
pp. 9-18(10)
Authors: Courtens, E.; Foret, M.; Rufflé, B.; Vacher, R.

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Chalcogenide glass-ceramics for second harmonic generation
pp. 19-22(4)
Authors: Guignard, M.; Nazabal, V.; Ma, H. L.; Zhang, X. H.; Zeghlache, H.; Martinelli, G.; Quiquempois, Y.; Smektala, F.

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Thermodynamic aspects of melting and glass formation
pp. 23-32(10)
Author: Hoffmann, Hans-Juergen

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Study of zinc antimonate–phosphate glasses
pp. 33-38(6)
Authors: Koudelka, L.; Jirák, J.; Mošner, P.; Montagne, L.; Delevoye, L.

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Physical ageing of optical glasses: the quantitative solution of the problem
pp. 39-47(9)
Authors: Nemilov, S. V.; Doladugina, V. S.; Efimov, A. M

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Viscosity activation energy
pp. 61-63(3)
Author: Avramov, Isak

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