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Modifications induced by irradiation in glasses

Symposium F on Chemical and Physical Modifications Induced by Irradiation in Glasses (1991 Strasbourg, France)

Modifications induced by irradiation in glasses

proceedings of the Symposium F on Chemical and Physical Modifications Induced by Irradiation in Glasses, of the 1991 E-MRS Fall Conference, Strasbourg, France, November 5-7, 1991

by Symposium F on Chemical and Physical Modifications Induced by Irradiation in Glasses (1991 Strasbourg, France)

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Published by North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glass -- Effect of radiation on -- Congresses.,
  • Ion implantation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by P. Mazzoldi.
    SeriesEuropean Materials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, v. 29
    ContributionsMazzoldi, Paolo.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC375 .S96 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 103 p. :
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1714513M
    ISBN 100444895728
    LC Control Number92016779

    In conclusion, the phase selective laser‐induced crystal architectures were successfully fabricated in Na 2 Mn Fe P 2 O 7 glass. It is the first application of laser irradiation to Na 2 O–FeO–MnO–P 2 O 5 glass system, those are promising cathode materials in sodium‐ion batteries. Spatially selective rapid heating is one of the Author: Tsuyoshi Honma, Yu Kumagai, Takayuki Komatsu. Amount of DNA damage is influenced by the ability of cells to scavenge free radicals produced during ionizations prior to them causing damage, the number of ionizations that are close enough to DNA to damage it, and the effectiveness of DNA a result, frequency of radiation damage of free DNA is much higher than cellular DNABase damage: >/cell.   Objective: The purpose of this in vitro study was to evaluate the effect of surface modifications induced by erbium (Er):YAG and neodymium (Nd):YAG laser irradiation on cell adhesion by comparing it to that of conventional methods for surface preparation after root-end ound data: Many studies have been seeking a favorable method to produce a Cited by: Electron-beam processing or electron irradiation (EBI) is a process that involves using electrons, usually of high energy, to treat an object for a variety of purposes. This may take place under elevated temperatures and nitrogen atmosphere. Possible uses for electron irradiation include sterilization and cross-linking of polymers.. Electron energies typically vary from the keV to MeV range.


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Modifications Induced by Irradiation in Glasses Book • Edited by: P. MAZZOLDI. Browse book content. About the book. Chemical and Physical Modifications in Waste Glasses Ion Implanted at Different Temperatures. Matzke, G. Della Mea, A. Bevilacqua. Pages   Chemical modifications induced by ion implantation in glasses (J.-C.

Dran). Compound formation in ion-implanted glasses (G. Battaglin). Chemical and physical modifications in waste glasses ion implanted at different temperatures (H. Matzke et al.). Irradiation effects on the diffusion in silicate glasses ( Edition: 1.

Modifications Induced by Irradiation in Glasses Many aspects of the interaction of radiation with glasses are reviewed in this volume, with contributions from a broad scientific community. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

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Glass modifications induced by ion implantation will be discussed with particular reference to alkali silicate glasses. Charged particle irradiation introduces network Cited by: 1. Irradiation effect can change the morphology of the materials in a controlled manner and tailor their mechanical, structural, optical and electrical properties.

Irradiation induced modifications in the properties of materials can be exploited for many useful : Hardev Singh Virk. The refractive index modification (Δn) inside a several optical glasses were investigated. The Δn was fabricated by the irradiation of femtosecond laser pulses. The glasses were silicate or borosilicate system containing BaO, TiO 2, or La 2 O 3 as a metal oxide.

The Δn and the profiles were measured with the qualitative phase microscopy. A glass containing TiO 2 showed relatively large decrease of the Δn, Δn Cited by: 2.

Processes occuring in the glass after the femtosecond laser irradiation [1]. Optical image of defects induced in BS glass by optics with µm focal radius, pulses, f= kHz. Electron irradiation-induced modifications in two glasses, K2O - SiO2 and Au doped Na2O - B2O3 - SiO2, were observed in electron microscope.

MODIFICATIONS IN GLASS INDUCED BY FEMTOSECOND LASER RADIATION J. Kubistoav 1;2, I. Berthold 1, R. Ebert 1, O. Gordan 2, D.R.T. Zahn 2, H. Exner 1, and A. Horn 1 1Laserinstitut Hochschule Mittweida, University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Germany 2Institute of Physics, acultFy of Natural Sciences, ecThnische Universität Chemnitz, Germany Abstract The interaction of laser.

Ion Beam Irradiation Induced Structural Modifications in Iron Phosphate Glasses: A Model System for Understanding Radiation Damage in Nuclear Waste Glasses. (a1) 1 Immobilisation Science Laboratory, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, The University of Sheffield, Mappin Street, Sheffield S1 3JD, by: 1.

The modification induced in optical properties include the optical band gap (E optical), number of carbon per cluster (M), number of carbon per length (N), and refractive index (n) for irradiated samples were studied as by: 1. Studies on proton irradiation-induced modifications of KU1 and KS-4V quartz glasses ultraviolet transmission properties.

2 Analyzing of the radiation induced damage to optical glasses There is also a special interest in studying the influences of different types of impurities (Ti, V, Cr, Mg, Fe, Cu) on the obtained color of the irradiated glasses, even for small quantities of impurities [2–5].

In present, there are made high purity. We describe modification of various glasses by a CW Laser Backside Irradiation (CW-LBI) method. In this method, an absorbent which was attached on one side of a glass sheet, was irradiated from the other side through the glass with CW laser beam.

Ar ion laser was used and copper foil was chosen as an by: 3. Tightly focused femtosecond laser pulses can be used to alter the refractive index of virtually all optical glasses.

As the laser-induced modification is spatially limited to the focal volume of the writing beam, this technique enables the fabrication of fully three-dimensional photonic structures and devices that are automatically embedded within the host by: 2.

Radiation-induced modifications in the CaMoO4 tetragonal unit cell occurred primarily along the c-axis indicating relaxation of stacked calcium polyhedra. Concurrently, a strong reduction of Mo6+ to Mo5+ during irradiation is observed by EPR, which is believed to enhance Ca by: 4.

glasses under CO 2-laser are presented. The rates of heating –cooling and crystallization – amorphisation aremeasured and the properties of resulting phases are considered. Photosensitive glass laser modification procedure The following experiments were carried out to reveal the influence of various factors on the crystallization process: 1.

We describe filamentary crack-free modification in silica glass and Pyrex glass by CW Laser Backside Irradiation (CW-LBI). In this paper, the properties of laser-induced modification in glasses by CW-LBI were examined. The cross-section of the modification was a concentric ring structure, which consisted of the core region and the clad : 高柳 秀樹, 吉岡 将人, 比田井 洋史, 戸倉 和.

In Modifications Induced by Irradiation in Glasses. Elsevier Science Publishers BV, Amsterdam, 91–96 (). Nagabhushana H., Prashantha S. C., Nagabhushana B. M., Lakshminarasappa B. & Singh F.

Damage creation in swift heavy ion-irradiated calcite single crystals: Raman and Infrared study. Spectrochim Acta A Mol. by: We describe filamentary crack-free modification in silica glass, pyrex glass and soda-lime glass by a CW Laser Backside Irradiation (CW-LBI) method. In this method, an absorbent, which is attached on one side of a glass plate, is irradiated from the opposite side through the glass with CW laser by: 4.

Gamma ray induced modifications of quaternary silicate glasses. A K Sandhu 1, The decrease in the energy gap values has been discussed in terms of radiation-induced structural modifications and the glass composition.

Changes in the infrared spectra with progressive gamma irradiation have been observed and explained with reference to the. We report on the surface modification effects using allyl‐diglycol CR39 polymer induced by laser irradiation at nm F2 laser (VUV) and nm KrF laser.

The motivation is to investigate the ablation effects on this polymer in optical waveguides application the ablation effects on this polymer in optical waveguides. Fabrication of waveguides has been observed using continuous wave (CW) at Author: Rozalina Zakaria.

We report on a refractive index modification (▵n) induced by femtosecond irradiation and evaluation of the profile for created lines inside the different types of optical glasses, i.e., silicate or borate glass containing the metal oxides such as BaO, TiO 2, or La 2 O 3 and silica glass.

The lines are fabricated by scanning a stage and focusing the femtosecond laser pulses, nm Author: Tomohiro Hashimoto, Shuhei Tanaka. This book presents the method of ion beam modification of solids in realization, theory and applications in a comprehensive way.

It provides a review of the physical basics of ion-solid interaction and on ion-beam induced structural modifications of solids. Ion beams are widely used to modify the physical properties of materials. Irradiation Changes Color of Glass.

Fakers and forgers are now using a new method to alter the color of antique and collectible glassware. It is called than changing the color of an object by covering its surface with paint or some other external coating, irradiation changes glass internally within the very atoms of the glass.

Meanwhile, the irradiation of gamma ray and X-rays, will also cause the changes of optical properties in the investigated multi-component phosphate glasses that have potential use in novel color separation optics in high power laser facilities. These changes of optical properties are associated with the defects induced by gamma by: 1.

Radiation-induced modifications in the CaMoO 4 tetragonal unit cell occurred primarily along the c-axis indicating relaxation of stacked calcium polyhedra.

Concurrently, a strong reduction of Mo 6+ to Mo 5+ during irradiation is observed by EPR, which is believed to enhance Ca mobility. These combined results are used to hypothesize a Cited by: 4. A simple method has been used to synthesize uneven sizes and shapes of CeO2 nanostructures by Ni, Co and Ni–Co codoping without using any surfactant.

All the samples were further characterized using X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HR-TEM. a SEM images of the polished surfaces of modifications written by laser irradiation ( fs, μJ) with different pulse numbers (N p).

b and c Retardance and optical transmission images of Cited by: 1. Abstract. We report on a refractive index modification (n) induced by femtosecond irradiation and evaluation of the profile for created lines inside the different types of optical glasses, i.e., silicate or borate glass containing the metal oxides such as BaO, TiO 2, or La 2 O 3 and silica glass.

The lines are fabricated by scanning a stage and focusing the femtosecond laser pulses, nm Author: Tomohiro Hashimoto, Shuhei Tanaka. Buy Radiation effects on glasses: Optical & Physical Properties on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Radiation effects on glasses: Optical & Physical Properties: Singh, Devinder, Singh, Gurmel, Thind, Kulwant Singh: : BooksAuthor: Devinder Singh, Gurmel Singh, Kulwant Singh Thind.

Dufour C, Lesellier de Chezelles E, Delignon V, Toulemonde M and Paumier E Modifications Induced by Irradiation in Glasses ed P Massoldi (Amsterdam: North-Holland) p 61 [20] Dufour C, Paumier E and Toulemonde M by:   Read "Large negative refractive index modification induced by irradiation of femtosecond laser inside optical glasses, Applied Surface Science" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Here, three kinds of modifications can be induced. Low laser pulse energies lead to an isotropic refractive index increase in the focal volume which, by translating the sample during irradiation, can serve as a waveguide and hence allow the fabrication of complex photonic networks [3, 4].Author: F Zimmermann, S Richter, R Buschlinger, S Shukla, R Heintzmann, U Peschel, S Nolte.

Abstract. The synthesis of Ag nanoclusters in soda lime silicate glasses and silica was studied by optical absorption and electron spin resonance experiments under both low (gamma ray) and high (MeV ion) deposited energy density irradiation conditions.

Both types of. Abstract. Nuclear shielding glasses are shown to acquire a significant degree of transient electrical conductivity during gamma irradiation. An approximate measurement of the effect was made by observing the gamma-induced decay of a space charge placed in.

JANNuS-Orsay in situ dual ion beam TEM Latest addition: 2 December You can click on the elements to go to their description. In situ Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) is a speciality of the CSNSM / IJCLab since the early ’s.Q: WHY DO MANY GLASSES TURN GREEN, BROWN OR BLACK WHEN EXPOSED TO IONIOZING RADIATION?

As a follow-up to my article concerning the role of oxygen in glass, here is an item concerning radiation-induced 'color' in 's a rather technical topic, but I've attempted to bring the chemical and physical discussions down to an intuitive 'kitchen table' level.often occur when materials are irradiated and to predict useful lifetimes.

Stability and stabilization of polymers under irradiation environments thus has become a key issue in the extensive and still growing use of radiation processing in polymer processing and modification.