Scattering intensity as a function of the modulus of scattering vector for NBS glasses with varying p f. (Inset) Position of the FSDP as a function of p f. The line represents linear regression of the data.
Computed qualitative reduced radial distribution functions of un-compressed (as-melted) NBS and NBS with p f = 470 MPa.
Logarithm of the scattered intensity plotted versus q 2. Lines represent linear extrapolation in the low q-region according to Eq. (14). The data regime which was used for the regression is highlighted.
(a) Scattered intensity at q = 0 obtained by in situ SAXS as a function of temperature during heating and cooling. Dotted lines indicate the intersection method for the determination of T f. (b) Evolution of scattering intensity extrapolated to q = 0 as obtained during isothermal heat treatment of NBS with p f = 470 MPa (labels indicate treatment temperature).
Measured and calculated elastic properties.
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