Effects of Thermal and Pressure Histories on the Chemical Strengthening of Sodium Aluminosilicate Glass

@inproceedings{Svenson2016EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of Thermal and Pressure Histories on the Chemical Strengthening of Sodium Aluminosilicate Glass},
  author={Mouritz Nols{\o}e Svenson and Lynn M. Thirion and Randall Youngman and John C. Mauro and Mathieu Bauchy and Sylwester J. Rzoska and Michał Bo{\'c}kowski and Morten M Smedskjaer},
  booktitle={Front. Mater.},
  year={2016}
}
Glasses can be chemically strengthened through the ion exchange process, wherein smaller ions in the glass (e.g., Na+) are replaced by larger ions from a salt bath (e.g., K+). This develops a compressive stress (CS) on the glass surface, which, in turn, improves the damage resistance of the glass. The magnitude and depth of the generated CS depend on the thermal and pressure histories of the glass prior to ion exchange. In this study, we investigate the ion exchange-related properties (mutual… CONTINUE READING
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