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Selected Properties and Crystallization

Ed. by Schmelzer, Jürn W. P.

With contrib. by Abyzov, Alexander S. / Androsch, René / Baidakov, Vladimir G. / Fokin, Vladimir M. / Gutzov, Stoyan / Gutzow, Ivan S. / Johari, Gyan P. / Jordanov, Nikolai / Karamanov, Alexander / Leko, Viktor K. / Ludwig, Frank-Peter / Markovska, Irena / Pascova, Radost / Penkov, Ivan / Pevzner, Boris Z. / Polyakova, Irina G. / Schick, Christoph / Tarakanov, Sergey V. / Vedishcheva, Natalia M. / Wilde, Gerhard / Wright, Adrian C. / Wurm, Andreas / Zanotto, Edgar D. / Zhuravlev, Evgeny

    25,95 € / $29.99 / £23.50*

    Publication Date:
    June 2017
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    • Examples of general features of glassy materials
    • Theoretical and experimental how the glass-forming processeffects the glass properties
    • Highly important classes of glass-forming systems and how their treatment leads to desired properties

    Aims and Scope

    “This book contains overviews on technologically important classes of glasses, their treatment to achieve desired properties, theoretical approaches for the description of structure-property relationships, and new concepts in the theoretical treatment of crystallization in glass-forming systems. It contains overviews about the state of the art and about specific features for the analysis and application of important classes of glass-forming systems, and describes new developments in theoretical interpretation by well-known glass scientists. Thus, the book offers comprehensive and abundant information that is difficult to come by or has not yet been made public.” Edgar Dutra Zanotto (Center for Research, Technology and Education in Vitreous Materials, Brazil)

    Glass, written by a team of renowned researchers and experienced book authors in the field, presents general features of glasses and glass transitions. Different classes of glassforming systems, such as silicate glasses, metallic glasses, and polymers, are exemplified. In addition, the wide field of phase formation processes and their effect on glasses and their properties is studied both from a theoretical and experimental point of view.


    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    xxii, 588 pages
    Type of Publication:
    Materials Science; Physics; Glass-forming Systems; Industrial Application

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    Jürn W. P. Schmelzer, University of Rostock, Germany.

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