Chemical analyses of early glasses

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Corning Museum of Glass , Corning, N.Y
Glass -- Anal
StatementRobert H. Brill.
ContributionsRising, Brandt A.
LC ClassificationsQD139.G5 B75 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-2 > :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL395053M
ISBN 100872901424, 0872901432
LC Control Number98073595

Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses, Volumes 1 & 2 This book set contains chemical analyses of 3, historical glasses, performed by the Museum’s research scientist over a period of 39 years. The samples date from between B.C. and A.D. and were provided by institutions in more than 40 countries.

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View Full Record. More Info; Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, A, A, A Reviewed by B. Fleischmann in Glass Science and Technology/Glastechnische Berichte, v. 74, no. 7, July. Volume 3 of "Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses" was to have been published soon after the first two volumes appeared in But the project was often set aside, until now.

This book is an interpretation of the material in the first two books, as well as of information collected since then. Tables of analyses / with a contribution by Brandt A. Rising --v. The yearsreports, and essays / Robert H. Brill and Colleen P. Stapleton, with contributions by Ela Bakowska [and others].

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& Colleen P. Stapleton Brill. The long-awaited final volume of Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses is now available. Authored by Robert H.

Brill and Colleen P. Stapleton, this summative third volume completes an in-depth survey of work performed by the Museum’s Scientific Research Department over the last 50 years.

Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses. InBrill published the sum of 39 years worth of results from his chemical investigations at Corning in two volumes of reference. Get this from a library.

Scientific research in early Chinese glass: proceedings of the Archaeometry of Glass Sessions of the International Symposium on Glass, Beijing, September 7,with supplementary papers. [Robert H Brill; John H Martin; International Commission on Glass.

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Brill, and Philip M. Fenn, “Chemical Analyses of Some Ancient Glasses from Ko- rea,” Annales de l’Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre, v. The archaeological glasses found in Southeast Asia are discussed on the basis of chemical analyses, mostly obtained with LAICPMS.

The area covered extends from Samarkand to Xian and is one of great cultural diversity. The glass evidence from two particular sites, Khao Sam Kaeo and Khlong Thom, on the Thai/Malay Peninsula is by: Chemical analyses of early glasses book ways in which glass was exchanged throughout ancient times is intimately related to its production and is a stepping stone to learning about the economies and interactions of ancient societies.

Because of its nature it can be shaped into a variety of forms and as such is found in different archaeological contexts, such as window panes, jewellery, or tableware. The glass from Tadmakka: chemical compositional analysis and interpretation, in S.

Nixon, The archaeology of Early Islamic Trans-Saharan trading towns in West Africa: a comparative view and progressive methodology from the entrepot of Essouk-Tadmekka.

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By the early 20th century, though, pince-nez glasses were replaced in popularity by glasses worn by, wait for it, movie stars, of course. Silent film star Harold Lloyd, whom you’ve seen hanging from a skyscraper while holding the hands of a big clock, wore full-rim, round tortoiseshell glasses that became all the rage, in part because they Author: Matthew Surrence.

R. Brill, Chemical analyses of early glasses, Vol. 2 The Corning Museum of Glass, Coming, New York (). About the authors: Gene Jarosewich, now retired, is an emeritus member of the Department of Mineral Sciences, U.S. National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, where, until retirement, he worked for   Glass has long been used for packaging precious liquids, in particular pharmaceuticals.

Its unique combination of hermeticity, transparency, strength, and chemical durability make it the optimal material for such an important role. Today's life-saving drugs are stored in borosilicate glasses, which evolved from applications in microscope optics and by: Once a chemical threat is detected, an alert could be broadcast to anyone nearby via smart glasses or contact lenses – allowing more intelligence-led tactical missions and battlefield management.

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“Glasses on boys/ Glasses on girls/ With your glasses on you see the world!” reads a typical passage, as cheerful children play and show off their brightly colored frames.

Parents of children who are resistant to wearing their glasses may find this a helpful teaching tool. All ages. (BookLife)/5(55). The raw materials of early glass production (Europe). Article (PDF Available) in Oxford Journal of Archaeology 4(3) - November with 4, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Julian Henderson.

The book concludes with an overview of chalcogenide glasses as electrolytes for batteries. Chalcogenide glasses comprehensively reviews the latest technological advances and applications of chalcogenide glasses, and is an essential text for academics, materials scientists and electrical engineers working in the photonics and optoelectronics.

Book and book chapters in press or accepted Glass and Glaze Analysis and Technology (in press) C. Stapleton, in Hasanlu: Period IV, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses, Vol. 3: Interpretations. Brill and. Stapleton, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Project will continue through Early recorded evidence demonstrates that glasses first appeared near Pisa, Italy about the year They were not really an invention per se but instead a bright idea or "adaptation" of something used earlier - the simple rock-crystal stone magnifier which had evolved into the single hand-held low-power dioptric vision aid.

Scholze / Chemical durability of glasses 97 Because D1 = DNa+ and D2 = DH+ this means that the diffusion of the proton must be fold slower than the diffusion of the Na+ ions. However, the Na-profiles obtained experimentally (fig. 1) do not agree very well with these ,~ 0,5 tO 0 20 40 60 Distance from surface (iJm) Fig.

by: fore only the chemical and physical p:operties are taken up here, and the consideration of other conditions on which the value of a deposit depends is reserved for the paper "Glass ANALYSES OF GLASS SAND.

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– b.c.) Scientific Analyses of Egyptian Glasses Scientific Analyses of Mycenaean Glasses Did Primary Glass Production Occur in Different Parts of the Bronze Age File Size: KB.

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