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Functional Glasses and Glass-Ceramics

  • ID: 3947005
  • Book
  • 416 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Functional Glasses and Glass-Ceramics: Processing, Properties and Applications provides comprehensive coverage of the current state-of-the-art on a range of material synthesis. This work discusses the functional properties and applications of both oxide and non-oxide glasses and glass-ceramics.

Part One provides an introduction to the basic concept of functional glasses and glass-ceramics, while Part Two describes the functional glasses and glass-ceramics of oxide systems, covering functionalization of glasses by 3d transition metal ion doping, 4f rare earth metal ion doping, crystallization, laser irradiation micro fabrication, incorporation of nanometals, the incorporation of semiconductor coatings, the functionalization for biomedical applications, solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) sealants, and display devices, and from waste materials.

Part Three describes functional glasses and glass-ceramics of non-oxide systems, covering functional chalcogenide and functional halide glasses, glass-ceramics, and functional bulk metallic glasses. The book contains future outlooks and exercises at the end of each chapter, and can be used as a reference for researchers and practitioners in the industry and those in post graduate studies.

  • Provides a comprehensive text that explores the field of both functional glass and glass ceramics
  • Presents an in-depth discussion on the definition of a functional glass
  • Includes discussions of advanced processing, functional properties, and functional applications of a wide array of functional glasses and glass-ceramics
  • Written using a systematic approach that can only be accomplished through an authored work

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Part I. Introduction 1. Introduction to Functional Glasses and Glass-ceramics

Part II. Functional Glasses and Glass-ceramics of Oxide Systems 2. Functionalization of Glasses by 3d transition metal ion doping 3. Functionalization of Glasses by 4f rare earth metal ion doping 4. Functional Glass-ceramics 5. Functionalization of glasses by laser irradiation micro fabrication 6. Functionalization of glasses by incorporation of semiconductor 7. Glasses and Glass-ceramics for biomedical applications 8. Glass and Glass-ceramics for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (sofc) sealants 9. Functional Glasses and Glass-ceramics from solid waste materials

Part III. Functional Glasses and Glass-ceramics of Non-Oxide Systems 10. Functional Chalcogenide Glasses and Glass-ceramics 11. Functional Halide Glasses and Glass-ceramics 12. Functional bulk Metallic Glasses

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Karmakar, Basudeb
Professor Karmakar has over 32 years' of research experience on the preparation, characterization and property evaluation of different types of glass nanocomposites, glasses (viz. chalcogenide, silicate, borosilicate, fluorophosphate, phosphate, borate, silica, etc.), glass-ceramics, ceramic oxide powders, gels etc. His notable R&D contributions are in the process technology development of nanometal- and semiconductor-glass hybrid nanocomposites, Nd- and Er-doped phosphate laser glass, phosphate based radiation sensitive (RPL) glass, high density radiation resistant lead silicate (RSW) glass, optical glass, ultra-low expansion transparent glass-ceramics, machineable glass-ceramics, ferroelectric glass-ceramic nanocomposite, rare-earth (RE) doped luminescent glasses and glass-ceramics, rare-earth doped nanocrystalline nonlinear optical (NLO) glass-ceramic nanocomposites, thermally cyclable glass-based solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) sealants, and high purity silica glass by sol-gel technique.
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