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Frozen configurations, phonons, and anomalous properties of vitreous solids

Stephen W. Barber

Frozen configurations, phonons, and anomalous properties of vitreous solids

essential features of structure models for oxide glasses : about vitreous silica mainly

by Stephen W. Barber

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


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StatementStephen W. Barber.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 81203 (Q)
The Physical Object
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Pagination1 microfilm reel
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LC Control Number82178228

"What is electricity, and what is magnetism? " We are now confident that electric and magnetic phenomena are attributable to the ether, and we are perhaps justified in saying that the effects of static electricity are effects of ether in motion." — Nikola Tesla. Some background of (crystalline) solid-state physics is assumed, say between the levels of Kittel's "Introduction to Solid-State Physics" and Ziman's "Principles of the Theory of Solids", because the authors felt that in a book this length such background materials could not easily be incorporated; however, no knowledge of amorphous materials. phonons excited simultaneously in the fundamental acoustic branch and the first back-folded branch were detected. This represents the first clear evidence for phonon branch folding based directly on the atomic motion to which x-ray diffraction is sensitive. From Cited by:   The effect of rare earth and transition metal luminescent impurities on the optical properties of As 2 S 3 glass is studied in a wide spectral region. The Raman, IR, band- to-band and edge absorption spectroscopies are employed to obtain information about the incorporation of impurity ions in the host glass structure and the corresponding changes in intrinsic optical by:


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