Composition Effect on Some Physical Properties and FTIR Spectra of Alumino – Borate Glasses Containing Lithium , Sodium , Potassium and Barium Oxides

@inproceedings{Silim2007CompositionEO,
  title={Composition Effect on Some Physical Properties and FTIR Spectra of Alumino – Borate Glasses Containing Lithium , Sodium , Potassium and Barium Oxides},
  author={H. A. Silim},
  year={2007}
}
  • H. A. Silim
  • Published 2007
The composition effect on FTIR spectra, D. C. electrical conductivity, density and molar volume have been carried out for five glasses (G1 to G5) of (13 M2O or M’O) – 78 B2O3 – x Al2O3 – y Nacl system, where M is Li, Na or K and M’ is Ba; x = 9 and y = 0 for G1, while for G2, G3, G4 and G5: x = 3 and y = 6 mol %. FTIR spectra have been recorded in wavenumber range from 4000 cm to 400 cm. Eight absorption bands were observed in the rgion from 400 – 1750 cm. The electrical conductivity yield… CONTINUE READING

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