Bonding types and glass transition temperatures of representative amorphous solids


Bonding types and glass transition temperatures of representative amorphous solids

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Bonding types and glass transition temperatures of representative amorphous solids
glass bonding glass transition temperature (K)
silicon dioxide covalent 1,430
germanium dioxide covalent 820
silicon, germanium covalent —
40% palladium, 40% nickel, 20% phosphorus metallic 580
beryllium difluoride ionic 570
arsenic trisulfide covalent 470
polystyrene polymeric 370
selenium polymeric 310
80% gold, 20% silicon metallic 290
water hydrogen-bonded 140
ethanol hydrogen-bonded 90
isopentane van der Waals 65
iron, cobalt, bismuth metallic —
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Universalium. 2010.

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