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Viscosity of copper ruby glass in and below the striking range of temperature_GT_1968_001-004

Viscosity of copper ruby glass in and below the striking range of temperature_GT_1968_001-004

Viscosity measurements were made on a soda-lime-copper ruby glass in and below the striking range of temperature. The determinations were done on chilled fibres and on struck samples prepared under various striking schedules. The viscosity of the chilled glass was about 45-67% of that of the base glass containing all ingredients except copper. On striking the colour, an increase in viscosity was observed but the maximum value was still only about 53-81% of that of the base glass. The results are in accordance with the suggestion that copper may be present in the chilled glass in the form of =Si-0-Cu radicals and not as copper atoms. The mechanism of striking is believed to be: =Si-0-Cu+ Cu-0-Si= → =Si-0-Si= + Cu2O

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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