Modern aspects of the vitreous state.

by John Douglas Mackenzie

Publisher: Butterworths in London

Written in English
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Includes bibliography.

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Glasses and liquids, glassy state, structural changes and their exploration Jaroslav Sestak MIRACLE OF REINFORCED STATES OF MATTER some aspects of the glassy-state are analyzed: particularly, induced entropy changes, characteristics of the glass of modern aspects of structure focused on ordering and/or disordering Size: 2MB. Vitreous Questions study guide by pamin18 includes 74 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the properties of glasses as materials and of the vitreous state in general. Aspects of the physics, chemistry and thermodynamics of the vitreous state are developed, covering in particular the definitions of vitreous transition, fictive temperature and various vitrification criteria, both structural and : Jerzy Zarzycki. Modern Aspects of the Vitreous State, Vols ' Butterworths, (). Modern Ceramic Engineering'Author: David Richard Bridge.

Gutzow / Schmelzer, The Vitreous State, , Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei. Modern aspects of the kinetic theory of glass transition. T V Tropin 1, The reader is referred to the excellent book by O V Mazurin Describing in statistical physics terms the transition of a liquid into an amorphous vitreous state is a problem of ever-increasing interest, it being hoped that future theories will be advantageous in a Cited by: This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the properties of glasses as materials and of the vitreous state in general. Aspects of the physics, chemistry, and thermodynamics of the vitreous state are presented first, together with an analysis of the methods of studying vitreous structure. Nicholas T. Lappas, Courtney M. Lappas, in Forensic Toxicology, Vitreous Humor. Vitreous humor is the fluid-like gel, composed of approximately 98–99% water with trace amounts of hyaluronic acid, glucose, anions, cations, ions, and collagen, located in the posterior chambers of the eyes (Scott and Oliver, ).The relatively simple composition of vitreous humor allows it to be.

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Book Description This is the first book to logically present the major problems of the vitreous state within the framework of irreversible thermodynamics. Filled with elementary explanations for difficult problems, this easily understood text/reference treats in detail the criteria of glass transition, the peculiarities of relaxing structural.

The standard definition of a glass (or vitreous solid) is a solid formed by rapid melt quenching. However, the term "glass" is often defined in a broader sense, to describe any non-crystalline solid that exhibits a glass transition when heated towards the liquid is an amorphous gh the atomic-scale structure of glass shares characteristics of the structure of a.

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Thermodynamic and Kinetic Aspects of the Vitreous State. Book. Full-text available. Gibbs, “Nature of the Glass Transition and the Vitreous State” in Modern Aspects of the Vitreous State, edited by J. Mackenzie (Butterworths Cited by:   We present a theory for how a shear stress alone can induce structural changes in a glassy polymer to break up the rigidity of the glass and allow flow.

We consider a molecular model in which the shear‐stress field is introduced as a bias on the rotational conformation of backbone bonds. It is argued that the fraction of flexed bonds is transiently increased from that in the glass and that Cited by: springer, This book summarizes the experimental evidence and modern classical and theoretical approaches in understanding the vitreous state, from structural problems, over equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics, to statistical physics.

Glasses, and especially silicate glasses, are only the best known representatives of this particular physical state of matter. This book summarizes the experimental evidence and modern classical and theoretical approaches in understanding the vitreous state, from structural problems, over equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics, to statistical physics.

Vitreous State Temperature Dependent Viscosity Expansion Curve Vitreous Silica Fictive Temperature These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm : L. David Pye. Other articles where Vitreous state is discussed: amorphous solid: Distinction between crystalline and amorphous solids: use include noncrystalline solid and vitreous solid.

Amorphous solid and noncrystalline solid are more general terms, while glass and vitreous solid have historically been reserved for an amorphous solid prepared by rapid cooling (quenching) of a melt—as in scenario 2. from book The Vitreous State The modern interpretation of rheology includes both the meaning as given above as well as the description of relaxation kinetics, i.e., the response of a system.

Introduction. The glass transition of a liquid to a solid-like state may occur with either cooling or compression. The transition comprises a smooth increase in the viscosity of a material by as much as 17 orders of magnitude within a temperature range of K without any pronounced change in material structure.

The consequence of this dramatic increase is a glass exhibiting solid-like. Read "The Vitreous State Thermodynamics, Structure, Rheology, and Crystallization" by Ivan S. Gutzow available from Rakuten Kobo. This book summarizes the experimental evidence and modern classical and theoretical approaches in understanding the vitr Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

The vitreous body (vitreous meaning "glass-like", from Latin vitreus, equivalent to vitr(um) glass + -eus -ous) is the clear gel that fills the space between the lens and the retina of the eyeball of humans and other is often referred to as the vitreous humor or simply "the vitreous".MeSH: D The vitreous body is that part of the human eye that fills the space in the center of the eye.

It is the largest structure within the eye, yet our knowledge of its molecular composition, supramolecular organization, and physiology are perhaps least of any of the other parts of the eye. The Vitreous State: Thermodynamics, Structure, Rheology, and Crystallization Ivan S. Gutzow, Jürn W.P.

Schmelzer (auth.) This book summarizes the experimental evidence and modern classical and theoretical approaches in understanding the vitreous state, from structural problems, over equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics, to.

Vitreous may refer to. Glass, an amorphous solid material; Materials, such as minerals or ceramics, that have gone through vitrification; Vitreous enamel, a coating on metal, glass or ceramic; Vitreous lustre, a glassy luster or sheen on a mineral surface; Vitreous body, a clear gel that fills the space between the lens and the retina in vertebrate eyes.

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UNCLASSIFIED. NOTICE: When government or other drawings, speci- chapter in book, Modern Aspects of the Vitreous State. I, editor J. Mackenzie, Butterworths Scientific Publications, London ().

Solid boron trioxide is commonly available only in the vitreous state. The. The Vitreous State Laboratory (VSL) at The Catholic University of America has been named the recipient of 14 awards from five different sponsors, totaling $ million.

Grants & gifts The bubbler technology, which will be used at the site's Defense Waste Processing Facility (DWPF), was modified from technology by Catholic University's Vitreous. A New Understanding of Vitreous Structure Advances in imaging technologies are changing both the way we think of the vitreous and how we treat patients.

Figure 1. A horizontal SS-OCT scan at the level of the optic nerve shows the premacular bursa and the beginning of Cloquet’s canal separated by what Jan Worst called the “septum. The vitreous humor comprises a large portion of the eyeball. It is a clear gel-like substance that occupies the space behind the lens and in front of the retina at the back of the eye.

THROUGH GLASS, THE RISE OF MODERN SCIENCE Marcio Luis Ferreira Nascimento1,2 1 Vitreous Materials Lab, glass is a material that has been central to many aspects of human history, especially in the developments of modern science and technology. It WILLLUI N. LIPSCOMB is a valuable addition to the solid state literature.

MARK c. WITTELs J. D. MACKENZIE: Modem Aspects of the Vitreous State I. Butterworths, Washington, D.C., pp., THIS short volume is a noteworthy attempt to bring forward a short review of some of the more modem concepts of glass science.The dynamic moduli of vitreous sections decay monotonically to a significantly lower, steady-state value that persists thereafter (Figure 3).

The average initial storage and loss moduli of bovine vitreous were G′init = 32 ± 12 Pa (mean ± SD) and G″init = 17 ± Pa.The vitreous body is composed of 2 main portions: the central, or core, vitreous and the cortical vitreous, the outer portion of the vitreous.

The anterior bounding surface of the vitreous body is the anterior hyaloid membrane, a condensation of protein fibers that has a retrolental indentation called the patellar fossa.