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Irradiation Effects in Glasses: Suppression by Synthesis under High-Pressure Hydrogen

Science  23 Jun 1967:
Vol. 156, Issue 3782, pp. 1593-1595
DOI: 10.1126/science.156.3782.1593

Abstract

Glasses synthesized under high pressure of hydrogen showed resistance to certain effects of irradiation. Paramagnetic and light-absorption effects associated with irradiated glasses were diminished by a factor as large as 20 in some glasses. Irradiation increases the concentration of hydroxyl ions, as evidenced by increased absorption in the 2.7-micron (3700 cm-1) infrared region for hydrogen-silica glasses.

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