Structure of glass : symposium / edited by George Kordas, Panayota Chrysicopoulou.

Structure of glass : symposium / edited by George Kordas, Panayota Chrysicopoulou.

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Athens : Harokopio University, 2002.
273 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Kordas, G. (George)
Chrysicopoulou, Panayota.
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Proceedings of the symposium "Structure of Glass" held at Harokopio University in Athens in May 29-31, 2001.
Pages 26 and 222 marked of interest by Dr. Robert H. Brill.
Medium-range structure of simple glasses: problems and progress / Philip H. Gaskell --
Kinetics of vitrification and crystallisation of undercooled melts and structural aspects of glass formation / I. Gutzow and S. Todorova --
Electron microscopy of advanced materials / Theodoros Karakostas --
XAFS for the determination of materials microstructure application to Group III and SiNx / Maria Katsikini and Eleni C. Paloura --
Diffraction studies of glass structure / Adrian C. Wright --
Molecular dynamics simulations of silicate glasses / Alastair N. Cormack --
Small-angle scattering of disordered materials / Rudolf Winter and G. Neville Greaves --
Advanced EPR spectroscopy in glass / George Kordas --
Local structure and spectroscopy of metal ions in glass / Efstratios I. Kamitsos --
Low temperature acoustic properties of glasses / Christiane Laermans --
Ion beams and related techniques in the service of glass analysis / S. Kossionides ... [et al.] --
Structure of glass seen by atomic force microscopy / Günther H. Frischat --
Optical basicity of oxidic inorganic glasses / Panayota Chrysicopoulou.