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Insulating and semiconducting glasses

Author: P Boolchand
Publisher: Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©2000.
Series: Series on directions in condensed matter physics, vol. 17.
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A review of principle topical issues on the basic science of glasses and amorphous thin-films. It also includes select applications of these materials in current and evolving technologies, including  Read more...

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Boolchand, P. (Punit).
Insulating and semiconducting glasses.
Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©2000
(OCoLC)44805353
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: P Boolchand
ISBN: 9789812813619 9812813616
OCLC Number: 824698990
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 822 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: ""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""Editorial Consultants""; ""1 Glass Formation and the Nature of the Glass Transition""; ""1. Introduction: Questions, Concepts, and Terminology""; ""1.1. What is a glass?""; ""1.2. Ergodicity-breaking and the glass transition""; ""2. Origin of Glassforming Ability""; ""3. The Kauzmann Paradox and the Potential Energy Hypersurface""; ""4. Relaxation and Entropy""; ""4.1. Relaxation in the non-ergodic state""; ""4.2. Relaxation in the ergodic domain""; ""4.3. Relaxation in the non-ergodic state near Tg"" ""4.4. Entropy at the glass transition and the validity of Ehrenfest-like thermodynamic relations""""5. Kinetic Aspects of Vitrification: Strong and Fragile Liquids""; ""5.1. The glass transition in covalent systems""; ""6. View from the Solid""; ""7. Polyamorphism""; ""7.1. First order transitions in liquid silicon""; ""7.2. Strong and fragile SiO2""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""References""; ""2 Dual Nature of Molecular Glass Transitions""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. Prototypical Molecular Glasses""; ""3. Kinetic Data""; ""4. Diffraction Data: The Upper Glass Transition"" ""5. NMR Relaxation Data""""6. Dual Relaxation Modes""; ""References""; ""3 The Generic Phenomenology of Glass Formation""; ""1. Introduction and Historic Background""; ""2. Basic Phenomenological Dependences""; ""3. Time of Molecular Relaxation in Glass Forming Liquids""; ""4. Temperature Dependence of the Structural Parameter Î?""; ""5. The Kinetic Conditions for Vitrification and the Definition of the Vitreous State""; ""6. Thermodynamic Phase Transitions and the Process of Vitrification""; ""7. Conclusions and Outlook""; ""References""; ""4 The Structure and Rigidity of Network Glasses"" ""1. Introduction""""2. Continuous Random Networks""; ""2.1. Hand-built CRN models""; ""2.2. Computer-built CRN models""; ""2.2.1. Guttman model""; ""2.2.2. Wooten-Weaire method""; ""3. Constraint Counting""; ""4. Generic Rigidity Percolation""; ""4.1. The pebble game""; ""4.2. Two dimensional central force networks""; ""4.3. Three dimensional bond bending networks""; ""5. Surface Floppy Modes""; ""5.1. Basic counting techniques""; ""5.2. Problems with periodic boundary conditions""; ""6. Experiments""; ""6.1. Bulk materials""; ""6.2. Correction for dangling bonds"" ""6.3. Silicate networks""""7. Summary""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""References""; ""5 Glass Structure by Scattering Methods and Spectroscopy""; ""A. X-RAY AND NEUTRON DIFFRACTION""; ""1. Introduction""; ""1.1. The random network theory""; ""1.2. Chalcogenide systems""; ""1.3. Multi-component glasses""; ""1.4. Superstructural units""; ""2. Quantification of Amorphous Solid Structures""; ""2.1. Range I: The structural unit""; ""2.2. Range II: The interconnection of adjacent structural units""; ""2.3. Range III: The network topology/order beyond the adjacent structural unit""
Series Title: Series on directions in condensed matter physics, vol. 17.
Responsibility: editor, P. Boolchand.

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