AMORPHOUS SOLIDS.

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Abstract

The structure of amorphous solids on various scales, including atomic structure, submicrostructure, microstructure, and macrostructure, is discussed. In the area of the atomic structure of oxide glasses, attention is directed to the relation between experimental data (and distribution functions derived therefrom) and the predictions of various structural models. In the area of submicrostructure, attention is focused on the widespread occurrence of phase separation, as well as on the relation between the multiphase structures observed and the mechanism of phase separation.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSagamore Army Mater Res Conf (Charact of Mater in Res, Ceram and Polym), 20th, Proc, Raquette Lake
PublisherSyracuse Univ Press
Pages43-72
Number of pages30
StatePublished - Jan 1 1975
Externally publishedYes

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Phase separation
Crystal atomic structure
Distribution functions
Glass
Microstructure
Oxides

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  • Engineering(all)

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Uhlmann, D. R. (1975). AMORPHOUS SOLIDS. In Sagamore Army Mater Res Conf (Charact of Mater in Res, Ceram and Polym), 20th, Proc, Raquette Lake (pp. 43-72). Syracuse Univ Press.

AMORPHOUS SOLIDS. / Uhlmann, Donald R.

Sagamore Army Mater Res Conf (Charact of Mater in Res, Ceram and Polym), 20th, Proc, Raquette Lake. Syracuse Univ Press, 1975. p. 43-72.

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Uhlmann, DR 1975, AMORPHOUS SOLIDS. in Sagamore Army Mater Res Conf (Charact of Mater in Res, Ceram and Polym), 20th, Proc, Raquette Lake. Syracuse Univ Press, pp. 43-72.
Uhlmann DR. AMORPHOUS SOLIDS. In Sagamore Army Mater Res Conf (Charact of Mater in Res, Ceram and Polym), 20th, Proc, Raquette Lake. Syracuse Univ Press. 1975. p. 43-72
Uhlmann, Donald R. / AMORPHOUS SOLIDS. Sagamore Army Mater Res Conf (Charact of Mater in Res, Ceram and Polym), 20th, Proc, Raquette Lake. Syracuse Univ Press, 1975. pp. 43-72
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