2021-06-26Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.3390/ma14133584
Coupling Raman, Brillouin and Nd3+ Photo Luminescence Spectroscopy to Distinguish the Effect of Uniaxial Stress from Cooling Rate on Soda−Lime Silicate Glass
Evolution of spectroscopic properties of a soda–lime silicate glass with different thermal history and under applied uniaxial stress was investigated using Raman and Brillouin spectroscopies as well as Nd3+ photoluminescence techniques. Samples of soda–lime silicate with a cooling rate from 6 × 10−4 to 650 K/min were prepared either by controlled cooling from the melt using a differential scanning calorimeter or by a conventional annealing procedure. Uniaxial stress effects in a range from 0 to −1.3 GPa were investigated in situ by compression of the glass cylinders. The spectroscopic observations of rearrangements in the network structure were related to the set cooling rates or the applied uniaxial stress to calculate an interrelated set of calibrations. Comparing the results from Raman and Brillouin spectroscopy with Nd3+ photoluminescence analysis, we find a linear dependence that can be used to identify uniaxial stress and cooling rate in any given combination concurrently. The interrelated calibrations and linear dependence models are established and evaluated, and equations relating the change of glass network due to effects of cooling rate or uniaxial stress are given.
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