## Glass, Volume 1 |

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9q ? n , n22 – n ; 22 ( La – Lp ) / ( 21 , 2 + n22 ) 2 ( 23 ) The sign of this

spherical particles , being positive for oblate

9q ? n , n22 – n ; 22 ( La – Lp ) / ( 21 , 2 + n22 ) 2 ( 23 ) The sign of this

**distribution**birefringence is determined by ( La – Lb ) ... i . e . , the**distribution**ofspherical particles , being positive for oblate

**distribution**and negative for prolate**distribution**.Page 234

The dashed curve is the experimental spectrum of 02 - in polycrystalline Na2O2

on the same scale . The dotted line is a computer simulation to the glass

spectrum using a simple model described in the text and the

values ...

The dashed curve is the experimental spectrum of 02 - in polycrystalline Na2O2

on the same scale . The dotted line is a computer simulation to the glass

spectrum using a simple model described in the text and the

**distribution**of g ,values ...

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Frequency corresponding to the dielectric loss maximum Shear modulus

Amplitude of

electrode ...

Frequency corresponding to the dielectric loss maximum Shear modulus

Amplitude of

**distribution**varia - tion defined by Eq . ( 147 ) DC conductance**Distribution**function of relaxa - tion time defined by Eq . ( 35 ) Gap between guardelectrode ...

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