Frank Natrup

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We have studied the mobilities of calcium and sodium ions in silicate glasses of compositions xNa2O (3 - x)CaO x 4SiO2 with x = 0.0, 0.1, 0.3, 1.0 and 3.0 by means of radiotracer diffusion, electrical conductivity measurements, and dynamic mechanical thermal analyses. In glasses containing sodium oxide, the Na+ ions are much more mobile than the Ca2+ ions,(More)
Diffusion of barium (Ba) in mixed cation glasses of the composition xNa2O x (3 - x)BaO.4SiO2 with x = 0.0, 0.1, 0.3 and 1.0 and 0.4K2O.2.6BaO.4SiO2 was investigated by means of the radiotracer diffusion technique below the respective glass transition temperatures. In accord with our previous results of calcium (Ca) diffusion in soda-lime silicate glasses(More)
We use time-domain electrostatic force spectroscopy (TD-EFS) for characterising the dynamics of mobile ions in a partially crystallised LiAlSiO4 glass ceramic, and we compare the results of the TD-EFS measurements to macroscopic electrical conductivity measurements. While the macroscopic conductivity spectra are determined by a single dynamic process with(More)
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