Effect Of Aggressive Gases On The Behaviour Of Glass Surfaces In Contact With Mould Materials

Effect Of Aggressive Gases On The Behaviour Of Glass Surfaces In Contact With Mould Materials

An apparatus to determine sticking temperature is described. A study of the effect of different gases on contact behaviour is reported. A treatment of the glass surface using gaseous hydrogen chloride leads to a drastic increase in sticking temperature, attributed to dealkalisation of the glass surface.

Author: 
S Winther
H A Schaeffer
Origin: 
Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg
Journal Title: 
Glastech Ber 1988 61 7 184-190
Sector: 
Container glass

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Journal Title: Glastech Ber 1988 61 7 184-190

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