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9. März 2022

Der Lehrstuhl Keramische Werkstoffe freut sich, dass die ACerS News einen kürzlich veröffentlichten Artikel aus dem Keylab Glastechnologie aufgegriffen hat. In der Veröffentlichung geht Barsheek Roy auf die grundlegedenden Aspekten der Kratzerbildung auf Glasoberflächen ein.

Abstract:
Scratch formation on glass surfaces is a ubiquitous phenomenon induced by plastic deformation, often accompanied by radial, lateral or median cracks with consequent chipping and brittle fracture caused during and after the event of dynamic abrasion instigated by shear stress by a harder material. This paper addresses the fundamental aspect of scratch formation on soda-lime-silica (SLS) glass surfaces. A constructive combination of surface-sensitive characterization tools, including field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM), laser scanning microscopy (LSM), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Raman spectroscopy and instrumented indentation technique (IIT), helped to investigate the structural cause of generation of visible scratches on SLS glass surfaces. The experimental results indicate that a silicate network possessing a mechanically weakening structural characteristic in terms of network connectivity confined to the region between 5 and 100 nm below the glass surface is likely to cause a destructive surface scratch eminently visible to the naked eye.

Vollständiger Artikel:
Revealing the surface structural cause of scratch formation on soda-lime-silica glass” (DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-06649-y)

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