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Density, Refractive Index, and Thermal Expansion The values of density,

refractive index, and thermal expansion

structural states but are obtained as an average of the overall structure of a glass.

Density, Refractive Index, and Thermal Expansion The values of density,

refractive index, and thermal expansion

**coefficient**do not reflect particular localstructural states but are obtained as an average of the overall structure of a glass.

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The simplest way to examine the equations is to calculate a regression equation

by the least-squares method in the form of Eqs. (34)-(37) and compare the

correlation

log/ ...

The simplest way to examine the equations is to calculate a regression equation

by the least-squares method in the form of Eqs. (34)-(37) and compare the

correlation

**coefficients**from the regression (Draper and Smith, 1966). The meanlog/ ...

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Thermal expansion of metals. transformation, the expansion

steeply to reach levels corresponding to that of a liquid. These levels may be

about three to five times those below the transformation range (Haggerty and

Cooper, ...

Thermal expansion of metals. transformation, the expansion

**coefficient**risessteeply to reach levels corresponding to that of a liquid. These levels may be

about three to five times those below the transformation range (Haggerty and

Cooper, ...

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