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14. Crystallization Kinetics in Amorphous and Glassy Materials

Authors : Jiří Málek, Jana Shánělová

Published in: Thermal analysis of Micro, Nano- and Non-Crystalline Materials

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

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Abstract

Glassy materials lack the periodic atomic arrangements typical for crystals. They are by definition prepared by cooling a viscous glass-forming liquid fast enough to avoid crystallization. This way of preparation has been known for millennia and is used for the fabrication of conventional glassy products from such as windows panels and glass containers to more sophisticated materials such as bulk optical glasses for cameras and optical fibers that interconnect computer networks with recording devices, transmitting, and finally bringing the external world to our homes. Figure 14.1 shows the specific volume or enthalpy as a function of temperature for a typical glass-forming liquid.

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Metadata
Title
Crystallization Kinetics in Amorphous and Glassy Materials
Authors
Jiří Málek
Jana Shánělová
Copyright Year
2013
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-3150-1_14

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