Thermodynamic and Kinetic Aspects of the Vitreous State
CRC Press, 14 gru 1994 - 224
This is the first book to logically present the major problems of the vitreous state within the framework of irreversible thermodynamics. Filled with elementary explanations for difficult problems, this easily understood text/reference treats in detail the criteria of glass transition, the peculiarities of relaxing structural parameters, and the Prigogine-Defay ratio. Based on the author's rigorous generalization of the Second Law for non-equilibrium, the book systematizes all known thermodynamic data for glasses and melts. The thermodynamic essence of structural relaxation and memory effects are considered. The viscous flow theories are treated as a constituent of the kinetic description. All theoretical questions are illustrated by comparison of calculations with the experiments for glasses of inorganic and organic nature, with special attention to structural classification. An informative review of modern structural investigations is included. The bibliography follows the history of the main problems from the nineteenth century.
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Thermodynamics of the Glass Transition
PrigogineDefay Ratio and the Problem of Structural
Thermodynamic Functions of Glasses
OrderDisorder Correlations in the Structure of Glass
Thermodynamic Essence of Glass Structural Relaxation Processes
Viscosity Theories of Glassforming Melts and Glasses
Free Energy of Activation and Particle Interaction Energy
Correlation Between Activation Entropy and Configurational Entropy
Theory of the Temperature Dependence of Viscosity
Comparison of the Theory with Experiment
Viscosity of Glasses with Frozen Structure
Free Energy of Activation and Activation Entropy
The Volume of Activating Units
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