Concentration And Size Depth Profile Of Colloidal Silver Particles In Glass Surfaces Produced By Sodium Silver Ion-Exchange
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J. Non-Cryst. Solids
Materials Science, Ceramics; Materials Science, Multidisciplinary
The sodium-silver ion exchange of a commercial soda-lime silicate glass followed by an annealing process yield small silver particles in a surface layer. Microspectrophotometry spectra and transmission electron microscopy show that the mean particle size increases with the penetration depth, whereas the volume concentration is constant. A model on the basis of a homogeneous nucleation including ion exchange, diffusion, reduction and particle formation is given. The measured depth dependence is described with the model by a non-linear system of differential equations.
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids
Berger, A, "Concentration And Size Depth Profile Of Colloidal Silver Particles In Glass Surfaces Produced By Sodium Silver Ion-Exchange" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 2009.