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Temperature dependence of refractive index and electronic polarizability of glass and its nanocrystallized glasses
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10.1063/1.3079790
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FIG. 1.

Temperature dependence of densities for the precursor glass and nanocrystallized glasses in the temperature range of .

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Temperature dependence of refractive indices for the precursor glass and nanocrystallized glasses in the temperature range of .

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FIG. 3.

Temperature dependence of optical bacisities for the precursor glass and nanocrystallized glasses in the temperature range of .

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Table I.

Values of density , refractive index , molar polarizability , electronic polarizability of oxide ions , and refractive index based optical basicity at room temperature for the precursor glass (annealed at for 5 h in order to release the internal stresses) and transparent nanocrystallized samples in KNG. The uncertainties of and are less than and , respectively.

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Table II.

Values of mean volume TEC , temperature dependences of density , and temperature coefficients of refractive index in the temperature range of for the precursor glass and transparent crystallized samples in KNG. The uncertainties of and are less than and , respectively.

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Table III.

Values of the temperature dependences of mean molar polarizability , electronic polarizability of oxide ions , and refractive index based optical basicity in the temperature range of for the precursor glass and transparent crystallized samples in KNG.

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Table IV.

Values of temperature dependences of refractive index , mean volume TEC , and electronic polarizability calculated using Eq. (6) in the temperature range of for the precursor glass and transparent crystallized samples in KNG. The values of glasses, glasses, and commercial optical glasses reported by Jewell (Ref. 23) and Izumitani and Toratani (Ref. 22) are also included.

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Scitation: Temperature dependence of refractive index and electronic polarizability of KNbGeO5 glass and its nanocrystallized glasses
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