CRYSTAL GROWTH AND GLASS FORMATION.

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The effects of nucleating heterogeneities on glass formation have been explored using the spherical cap model of the heterogeneous nucleus. In accord with experimental results on many materials, a total density of heterogeneities of 10**9 cm** minus **3 is assumed. The results indicate that heterogeneities characterized by contact angles smaller than 90-100 degree can have a sizable effect on glass formation, with the critical cooling rates increasing with decreasing contact angle.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMater Sci Res
Pages465-478
Number of pages14
Volume9
StatePublished - 1974
Externally publishedYes
Eventfor 11th Univ Conf on Ceram Sci - Cleveland, OH, USA
Duration: Jun 3 1974Jun 5 1974

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Otherfor 11th Univ Conf on Ceram Sci
CityCleveland, OH, USA
Period6/3/746/5/74

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Crystal growth
Contact angle
Glass
Cooling

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Uhlmann, D. R. (1974). CRYSTAL GROWTH AND GLASS FORMATION. In Mater Sci Res (Vol. 9, pp. 465-478)

CRYSTAL GROWTH AND GLASS FORMATION. / Uhlmann, Donald R.

Mater Sci Res. Vol. 9 1974. p. 465-478.

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Uhlmann, DR 1974, CRYSTAL GROWTH AND GLASS FORMATION. in Mater Sci Res. vol. 9, pp. 465-478, for 11th Univ Conf on Ceram Sci, Cleveland, OH, USA, 6/3/74.
Uhlmann DR. CRYSTAL GROWTH AND GLASS FORMATION. In Mater Sci Res. Vol. 9. 1974. p. 465-478
Uhlmann, Donald R. / CRYSTAL GROWTH AND GLASS FORMATION. Mater Sci Res. Vol. 9 1974. pp. 465-478
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