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Influence of molybdenum oxide on structural, optical and physical properties of oxychloride glasses for nonlinear optical devices

Abstract : The unconventional Heavy Metal Oxide Glasses (HMOG) are characterized by a low phonon energy, large infrared range transmission, high refractive index and nonlinear optical properties. Ternary glasses have been synthesized and studied in the Sb2O3– MoO3-ZnCl2 system. Further, the glass formation compositional limits are reported and some glass samples with the formula: (90-x)Sb2O3 -xMoO3–10 ZnCl2 (10 ≤ x ≤ 50, mole%) were elaborated. Thermal properties have been measured and indicating that the glass transition temperature decreases with increasing proportions of molybdenum oxide. The evolution of density, microhardness and elastic modulus has been studied as functions of parameter x and Raman spectra measurements have been shown the partial conversion of MoO6 octahedral units into MoO4 tetrahedral.
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F. Goumeidane, M. Iezid, B. Melik, K. Ouannes, M. Legouera, et al.. Influence of molybdenum oxide on structural, optical and physical properties of oxychloride glasses for nonlinear optical devices. Ceramics International, Elsevier, 2017, 43 (14), pp.11305-11311. ⟨10.1016/j.ceramint.2017.05.329⟩. ⟨hal-01581243⟩

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