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N. ĆELIĆ1,* , S. R. LUKIĆ-PETROVIĆ1, I. O. GUT1, R. KISIĆ1, LJ. ĐAČANIN FAR1, D. M. PETROVIĆ1
- University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Physics, Trg D. Obradovića 4, Novi Sad, Serbia
This paper presents the investigation of chemical stability and microhardness of ferroelectric glasses Sb-S-I doped with iron. We have investigated the influence of iron atoms introduced into the glass matrix, as well as other factors causing the change of chemical stability. The temperature measurements allowed us to determine the activation energies that define the solubility rate on the certain temperature. Increasing the doping level of iron atoms appears to decrease the chemical stability of the system. The mechanical measurements showed that the iron atoms increase Vickers microhardness of the system confirming their important role in the reinforcing the glass matrix..
Influence of Fe on microhardness and dissolution rate of SbSI chalcogenide glass matrix.
Submitted at: July 25, 2018
Accepted at: April 8, 2019
N. ĆELIĆ, S. R. LUKIĆ-PETROVIĆ, I. O. GUT, R. KISIĆ, LJ. ĐAČANIN FAR, D. M. PETROVIĆ, Influence of Fe on microhardness and dissolution rate of SbSI chalcogenide glass matrix, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials Vol. 21, Iss. 3-4, pp. 270-274 (2019)
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