By E. D. Zanotto
A "must-have" for fabrics engineers, chemists, physicists, and geologists, this can be one of many first "coffee-table" books within the box of glass science.
Containing over fifty attractive micrographs, the booklet displays 35 years of unique learn via a extremely popular authority within the box. It comprises 50 slides culled from tens of hundreds of thousands of pictures on glass crystal nucleation, progress, and crystallization. the pictures characterize glass crystallization mechanisms, together with inner, floor, homogeneous, heterogeneous, and eutectic, crystal nucleation and growth.
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Indd 41 6/4/2013 4:11:12 PM Ionic Conducting Glass-ceramics Totally crystallized Li+1 conducting glass-ceramics. With heat treatment, NASICON-type (Li1,5Al0,5Ge1,5(PO4)3) crystals appear fully embedded, with unusual grain boundaries and geometry in the mosaic form. This material is being developed for use in solid-state batteries. Scanning electron microscopy.
Indd 37 6/4/2013 4:10:58 PM The Courtyard Effect—LS Crystals in a Eutectic Glass Lithium metasilicate (LS) crystals in a cross section parallel to the surface of a CaO-Li2O-SiO2 eutectic glass. The largest crystal was nucleated in the glass interior, whereas the small crystals nucleated and grew from the sample surface toward the center. The small crystals do not touch each other and could not nucleate and grow in the Li-depleted “courtyards” of the largest crystal. Optical microscopy, reﬂected light.
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. 2004; 343(1–3):85–90. 046. indd 15 6/4/2013 4:09:37 PM Lithium Diborate Crystals in an Isochemical Glass Lithium diborate glass shows internal nucleation without the aid of nucleating agents, and several crystal morphologies can appear depending on the heat treatment. 2B2O3 crystals of about 50 μm develop. Optical microscopy, polarized transmitted light. LaMaV (UFSCar) Lu Ghussn (2008) and Dani Cassar (2011) Ghussn L. Post Doctoral Report Submitted to FAPESP (2008).
Crystals in Glass: A Hidden Beauty by E. D. Zanotto