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

Publisher: Society of Glass Technology

Volume 57, Number 5, October 2016

CdAs2-based glasses: relation to the equilibrium crystalline phases
pp. 201-205(5)
Authors: Červinka, Ladislav; Holba, Pavel

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Characterisation of a new NZP material prepared from reactive sintering of a phosphate based glass
pp. 206-212(7)
Authors: Chenu, S.; Bénard-Rocherullé, P.; Lebullenger, R.; Rocherullé, J.

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Composition optimisation of iron phosphate-based glasses for radioactive sludge
pp. 213-217(5)
Authors: Takebe, Hiromichi; Kitamura, Naoto; Amamoto, Ippei; Kobayashi, Hidekazu; Tsuzuki, Tatsuya; Mitamura, Naoki

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Density and optical absorption studies of Na2O–Li2O–B2O3–GeO2 glasses
pp. 218-222(5)
Authors: Taqiullah, S. M.; Ahmmad, Shaik Kareem; Samee, M. A.; Rahman, Syed

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EPR and optical absorption studies of Cu2+ ion doped in xLi2O–(40–x)Bi2O3–20CdO–40B2O3 glasses
pp. 223-226(4)
Authors: Vijaya Kumar, R.; Bhogi, Ashok; Shareefuddin, Md.; Siva Kumar, K.; Ghanashyam Krishna, M.; Sunandana, C. S.

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The mixed alkali effect in the MgO–Li2O–Na2O–K2O–B2O3 glass system
pp. 227-229(3)
Authors: Hameed, Abdul; Shareefuddin, Md.; Narasimha Chary, M.

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