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Jolivet, V., Josse, L., Rivoal, M., Paris, M., Morizet, Y., Carole, L. & Suzuki-Muresan, T. (2019) Quantification of boron in aluminoborosilicate glasses using Raman and B-11 NMR. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 511 50–61. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2018.12.038
Clé BibTeX: Jolivet2019
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Créateurs: Carole, Jolivet, Josse, Morizet, Paris, Rivoal, Suzuki-Muresan
Collection: Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids
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Bulk methods and B-11 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance were used to propose a calibration curve to determine the total B2O3 and the boron speciation using the non-destructive and the non-quantitative nature of Raman spectroscopy. The calibration was established from the analyses of 21 aluminoborosilicate glasses synthesised at 1 atm. and 1150 degrees C and an additional standard aluminoborosilicate glass. The studied glasses have composition in the Na2O-CaO-Al2O3-SiO2-B2O3 system with total B2O3 from 4.7 to 46.6 mol%. Raman spectra exhibit signatures in the 800-1200 and 1200-1600 cm(-1) region corresponding to the symmetric stretches of silicate (HF) and borate networks (B-O-), respectively. The integrated area ratio (AB-O-/AHF) is correlated to the total mol.% B2O3. The mol.% B2O3 data are reproduced within 15% from the Raman spectra. Boron speciation from B-11 NMR is correlated to the AB-O-/AHF determined by Raman; however, the mol.% BO4 appears also dependent on the Al2O3 content. We derived a multiple linear regression estimating the mol.% BO4 as a function of AB-O-/AHF and mol.% Al2O3. Results are valid for the investigated glasses and additional work is needed to better constrain the speciation model.
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