Encyclopedia of Glass Science, Technology, History, and Culture

Encyclopedia of Glass Science, Technology, History, and Culture

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Preface General introduction, Pascal Richet, Reinhard Conradt and Akira Takada I. Glassmaking Introduction 1.1. Glass production: an overview, Reinhard Conradt 1.2. Raw materials for glass making: Properties and constraints, Simonpietro Di Pierro 1.3. Fusion of glass, Reinhard Conradt 1.4. Primary fabrication of flat glass, Toru Kamihori 1.5. Fabrication of glass containers, Christian Roos 1.6. Continuous glass fibers for reinforcement, Hong Li and James C. Watson 1.7. Simulation in glass processes, Patrick J. Prescott and Bruno Purnode II. Structure of glass Introduction 2.1. Basic concepts of network glass structure, Alex C. Hannon 2.2. Structural probes of glass, Grant S. Henderson 2.3. Microstructure analysis of glasses and glass ceramics, Christian Patzig and Thomas Hoeche 2.4. Short-range structure and order in oxide glasses, Jonathan F. Stebbins 2.5. The extended structure of glass, Neville G. Greaves 2.6. Structure of chemically complex silicate systems, Bjorn Mysen 2.7. Topological constraint theory of inorganic glasses, Prabhat K. Gupta 2.8. Atomistic simulations of glass structure and properties, Akira Takada 2.9. First-principles simulations of glass formers, Walter Kob and Simona Ispas 3. Physics of glass Introduction 3.1. Glass formation, Michael I. Ojovan 3.2. Thermodynamics of glasses, Jean-Luc Garden and Herve Guillou 3.3. The glass transition and the entropy crisis, Purushottam D. Gujrati 3.4. Atomic vibrations in glasses, Bernard Hehlen and Benoit Ruffle 3.5. Density of amorphous oxides, Michael J. Toplis 3.6. Thermodynamic properties of oxide glasses and melts, Pascal Richet and Dominique de Ligny 3.7. Structural, shear and stress relaxation in glass-forming liquids, Ulrich Fotheringham 3.8. Hyperquenched glasses: relaxation and properties, Yuanzheng Yue 3.9. Polyamorphism and liquid-liquid phase transitions, Paul F. McMillan and Martin C. Wilding 3.10. Pressure-induced amorphization, Paul F. McMillan, Denis Machon and Martin C. Wilding 3.11. Mechanical properties of inorganic glasses, Russel J. Hand 3.12. Strengthening of oxide glasses, K. Stefan R. Karlsson and Lothar Wondraczek 3.13. Radiation effects in glass, Nadege Ollier, Sylvain Girard and Sylvain Peuget 3.14. Amorphous ices, Robert F. Tournier 4. Transport properties Introduction 4.1. Viscosity of glass-forming melts, Joachim Deubener 4.2. Ionic and electronic transport, Jean-Louis Souquet 4.3. Diffusion in oxide glass-forming systems, Huaiwei Ni and Nico De Koker 4.4. Chemical diffusion in multicomponent glass-forming systems, Mathieu Roskosz and Emmanuelle Gouillart 4.5. Thermal diffusivity and conductivity of glasses and melts, Anne Hofmeister and Alan Whittington 4.6. Atomistic simulations of transport properties, Junko Habasaki 5. Chemistry of glass Introduction 5.1. Chemical analyses and characterization of glass, Thomas Bach, Reiner Haus and Sebastian Prinz 5.2. Phase equilibria and phase diagrams in oxide systems, Ilya Veksler 5.3. Thermodynamic models of oxide melts, Giulio Ottonello 5.4. Nucleation, growth, and crystallization in inorganic glasses, Edgar D. Zanotto, Jurn W.P. Schmelzer and Vladimir Fokin 5.5. Solubility of volatiles, Bjorn Mysen 5.6. Redox thermodynamics and kinetics in silicate melts and glasses, Reid F. Cooper 5.7. Optical basicity: Theory and application, John A. Duffy 5.8. The glass electrode and electrode properties of glass, Anatolii A. Belyustin and Irina S. Ivanovskaya 5.9. Electrochemistry of oxide melts, Christian Russel 5.10. Glass-metal interactions, Carine Petitjean, Pierre-Jean Panteix, Christophe Rapin, Michel Vilasi, Eric Schmucker and Renaud Podor 5.11. Durability of commercial-type glasses, Marie-Helene Chopinet, Herve Montigaud, Patrice Lehuede and Sylvie Abensour 5.12. Mechanisms of glass corrosion by aqueous solutions, Roland Hellmann 6. Glass and light Introduction 6.1. Optical glasses, Alix Clare 6.2. The color of glass, Georges Calas, Laurent Cormier and Laurence Galoisy 6.3. Photoluminescence in glasses, Lothar Wondraczek 6.4. Optical fibers, John Ballato 6.5. Fluoride and chalcogenide glasses for mid-infrared optics, Bruno Bureau and Jacques Lucas 6.6. Optoelectronics: Active chalcogenide glasses, Jong Heo and Kai Xu 6.7. Modification technologies of glass surfaces, Ilkay Soekmen, Sener Oktik and Klaus Bange 6.8. Thin-film technologies for glass surfaces, Sener Oktik, Ilkay Soekmen and Klaus Bange 6.9. Glass for lighting, Hiroki Yamazaki and Shigeru Yamamoto 6.10. Screens and displays, Kei Maeda 7. Inorganic glass families Introduction 7.1. Extraterrestrial glasses, Guy Libourel 7.2. Geological glasses, Cristina P. de Campos and Kai-Uwe Hess 7.3. Corrosion of natural glasses in seawater, Roland Hellmann 7.4. Metallurgical slags, Kenneth C. Mills 7.5. Water glass, Hans Roggendorf 7.6. Borosilicate glasses, Randall E. Youngman 7.7. Glass for pharmaceutical use, Daniele Zuccato and Emanuel Guadagnino 7.8. Oxynitride glasses, Stuart Hampshire and Michael J. Pomeroy 7.9. Phosphate glasses, Andrew James Parsons 7.10. Bulk metallic glasses, Dmitri V. Louzguine-Luzgin and Akihisa Inoue 7.11. Glass-ceramics, Monique Comte 8. Organically related glasses Introduction 8.1. Biogenic silica glasses, Jacques Livage and Pascal Jean Lopez 8.2. Sol-gel processes and products, Rui M. Almeida and M. Clara Goncalves 8.3. Silica aerogels, Wim J. Malfait, Jannis Wernery, Shanyu Zhao, Samuel Brunner and Matthias M. Koebel 8.4. Bioactive glasses, Delia S. Brauer and Julian R. Jones 8.5. Dental glass-ceramics, Wolfram Hoeland and Marcel Schweiger 8.6. Relaxation processes in molecular liquids, Thomas Blochowicz, Ernst A. Roessler and Michael Vogel 8.7. Physics of polymer glasses, Jean-Pierre Cohen-Addad 8.8. Introduction to polymer chemistry, Oliver Weichold 8.9. Hybrid inorganic-organic polymers, Karl-Heinz Haas and Gerhard Schottner 9. Environmental and other issues Introduction 9.1. Structural glass in architecture, Freek Bos and Christian Louter 9.2. Tempered and laminated glazing for cars, Rene Gy. 9.3. Stone and glass wool, Yuanzheng Yue and Mette Solvang 9.4. Glass for solar-energy technologies, Joachim Deubener and Gundula Helsh 9.5. Sulfide glass electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries, Akitoshi Hayashi and Masahiro Tatsumisago 9.6. The world of the flat-glass industry; Key milestones, current status and future trends, Bernard J. Savaete 9.7. Design and operation of glass furnaces, Christoph Jatzwauk 9.8. Physics and modeling of glass furnaces, Reinhard Conradt and Erik Muijsenberg 9.9. Glass cullet: Sources, uses and environmental benefits, Nicola Favaro and Stefano Ceola 9.10. Immobilization of domestic and industrial waste, Soraya Heuss-Assbichler and Athanasius P. Bayuseno 9.11. Nuclear waste vitrification, Olivier Pinet, Etienne Vernaz, Christian Ladirat and Stephane Gin 9.12. The International Commisssion on Glass (ICG), John M. Parker 10. History of glass Introduction 10.1. Obsidian in Prehistory, Robert H. Tykot 10.2. Ancient glass, Late Bronze Age, Andrew J. Shortland and Patrick Degryse 10.3. Roman glass, Ian C. Freestone 10.4. Glass and the philosophy of matter in Antiquity, Marco Beretta 10.5. Ancient glassworking, E. Marianne Stern 10.6. Glazes and enamels, Philippe Colomban 10.7. Venetian glass, Marco Verita 10.8. Stained glass windows, John M. Parker and David Martlew 10.9. Furnaces and glassmaking processes: From ancient tradition to modernity, Marie-Helene Chopinet and Pascal Richet 10.10. Glass, the wonder maker of science, Pascal Richet 10.11. A history of glass science, Pascal Richet 10.12. Glass museums, Dedo von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk 11. Postface: A personal retrospective, C. Austen Angell List of contributors Index
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