Structure of nanocrystals in oxyfluoride glass ceramics
Beggiora, M., Reaney, I. M. and Islam, M. S., 2004. Structure of nanocrystals in oxyfluoride glass ceramics. Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, 45 (2), pp. 83-84.
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The crystallisation of fluorosilicate glasses obtained using high purity SiO2, AlO1.5, CdF2, PbF2, ZnF2 and ErF3 has been investigated. Upon heat treatment, Pb rich nanocrystals from which host most of the rare earth ions. Xray diffraction (XRD) suggests that the nanocrystals have a fluorite structure but the low volume fraction of the crystals and their small size means that unambiguous identification of the crystal structure is not possible Therefore, (1-x)PbF2.xErF(3) ceramics were fabricated in order to study this phase in more detail. In addition atomistic simulation techniques have been used to investigate the defect chemistry of beta-PbF2 in an attempt to clarify the mechanism of incorporation of Er3+ ions in the lattice.
|Creators||Beggiora, M., Reaney, I. M. and Islam, M. S.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000222527800007|
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