GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN-SALT SYSTEMS.

Charles Angell, J. C. Tucker

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Abstract

The ability of various fused-salt systems to supercool and form glassy solids at low temperatures and the properties of their supercooled liquid states are reviewed; and the relationship between properties of such liquids and those of oxide glasses, on the one hand, and of organic molecular glass-forming liquids, on the other, is explored. Fused salts serve as an effective bridge between the two major classes of glass-forming liquids. Their contribution to the understanding of the principles that underlie the properties of simple fused salts, and of simple liquids in general, is discussed briefly.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
Place of PublicationLondon, Engl
PublisherInst of Min and Metall
Pages207-214
Number of pages8
StatePublished - 1974
Externally publishedYes
EventPhys Chem of Process Metall, the Richardson Conf, Proc - London, Engl
Duration: Jul 1 1973Jul 1 1973

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OtherPhys Chem of Process Metall, the Richardson Conf, Proc
CityLondon, Engl
Period7/1/737/1/73

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Fused salts
Molten materials
Salts
Glass
Liquids
Oxides
Temperature

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Angell, C., & Tucker, J. C. (1974). GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN-SALT SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 207-214). London, Engl: Inst of Min and Metall.

GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN-SALT SYSTEMS. / Angell, Charles; Tucker, J. C.

Unknown Host Publication Title. London, Engl : Inst of Min and Metall, 1974. p. 207-214.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Angell, C & Tucker, JC 1974, GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN-SALT SYSTEMS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Inst of Min and Metall, London, Engl, pp. 207-214, Phys Chem of Process Metall, the Richardson Conf, Proc, London, Engl, 7/1/73.
Angell C, Tucker JC. GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN-SALT SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. London, Engl: Inst of Min and Metall. 1974. p. 207-214
Angell, Charles ; Tucker, J. C. / GLASS-FORMING MOLTEN-SALT SYSTEMS. Unknown Host Publication Title. London, Engl : Inst of Min and Metall, 1974. pp. 207-214
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