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Physical and chemical properties of basaltic aluminosilicate glasses

Physical and chemical properties of basaltic aluminosilicate glasses

A method for rapid assessment of the feasibility of basaltic systems for the manufacture of stone fibers is proposed on the basis of the data published in the literature and innovative material developed by the author.

It is studied the nanostructuredness of the fiber surface, and it is determined the ratio of iron oxide forms in the volume of fibers by means of Moessbauer spectroscopy. Findings of nanostructuredness assessment can be used for optimizing the processes of basalt fiber manufacture.

Julia G. Malova. Abstract of the dissertation for Candidate of Chemical Sciences degree. Far Eastern State Transport University. Khabarovsk. Russia.

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