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The use of regression models to describe the temperature coefficient values of linear expansion and technological temperatures of CaSO4-KPO3-Na2B4O7 low-melting glass system
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Low-melting noncrystallizing glasses are used as solders for connections of various metallic and nonmetallic parts. However, theoretical data on glass formation and physical parameters of low-melting glasses are still limited. The use of modelling allows to simplify the selection of a glass system as a solder by the mathematical description of the dependencies of both that the temperature coefficient values of linear expansion and other specific temperatures, which are necessary for a practicaldoi:10.1088/1757-899x/966/1/012032 fatcat:kpghx5cesffgfnicqhw62vexgq