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Ultraslow Relaxation Process of Static Light Scattering Intensity by Boron Oxide above the Glass Transition Temperature

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The data describing of the light scattering intensity relaxation above the glass transition temperature by boron oxide obtained by using of the temperature jump methods are presented. It is found that the stabilization of the glass at 220resulted in increasing of the anisotropic intensity at the same time the isotropic intensity is not practically unchangeable. It is shown that after the temperature jump to 330the intensity is characterized by the formation of a maximum. This effect is in compliance with the results obtained for the other oxide glasses. It is established that characteristic time of the relaxation of the maximum height is about two orders of magnitude more than the structural relaxation time for this temperature.

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Bokov, N. (2015) Ultraslow Relaxation Process of Static Light Scattering Intensity by Boron Oxide above the Glass Transition Temperature. Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 3, 75-80. doi: 10.4236/msce.2015.37008.

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