X-rays create a window on glass formation: First ever visualization of how powder becomes molten glass

Scientists have for the first time visualised the transformation of powder mixtures into molten glass. A better understanding of this process will make it possible to produce high quality glass at lower temperatures, leading to significant energy savings in industrial glass manufacturing. The results are published in the Journal of the American Ceramic Society. Source: European Synchrotron Radiation Facility - Discipline: Materials Science

X-rays create a window on glass formation: First ever visualization of how powder becomes molten glass

Scientists have for the first time visualised the transformation of powder mixtures into molten glass. A better understanding of this process will make it possible to produce high quality glass ...

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X-rays create a window on glass formation

Glass, one of the oldest man-made materials, is a non-crystalline amorphous material produced by the fusion of crystalline powder mixtures heated to high temperatures Using high-energy X-rays, ...

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