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Composition-structure-property relationships in magnesium yttrium aluminoborate glasses

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Composition-structure-property relationships in magnesium yttrium aluminoborate glasses
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Rebecca
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Anne
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1995-
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Anne Rebecca
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Goel
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Ashutosh
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Ashutosh Goel
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Rutgers University
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There is an increasing need for light-weight, strong and crack-resistant glasses for industrial applications. In order to design new glasses, a thorough understanding of relationships between composition, structure, and properties is required. This study attempts to shed more light on the composition-structure-property relationships in alumina-rich aluminoborate glasses. In the present work, MgO-Y2O3-Al2O3-B2O3 glasses have been fabricated by melt-quenching at temperatures ranging from 1600°C to 1650°C. The influence of the substitution of B2O3 by Al2O3 on the structure, thermal and mechanical properties of the glasses (hardness and crack resistance) have been investigated using magic angle spinning – nuclear magnetic resonance (MAS-NMR), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and Vickers indentation. Hardness and crack resistance of the glasses were found to correlate with their structure and composition. Furthermore, with Al2O3/B2O3 substitution, fragility, density and hardness were found to increase while glass forming ability as well as crack resistance decreased.
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Materials Science and Engineering
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Glass--Analysis
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Aluminoborate glass
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by Anne Elisabeth Rebecca
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doi:10.7282/t3-29ce-nr23
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ETD graduate
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Anne
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