Chain motion is limited due to bond vibrations in a glassy state
. Density-wise, the glassy state
deceits between the crystalline state parallel to maximum possible density and the rubbery state.
Obsidian or volcanic glass is molten rock that has quickly cooled, becoming rock in a glassy state
. Dragonglass is a common name in Westeros for obsidian.
Since intrinsic stiffness of a polymeric composite is more stable and higher below the glass transition temperature ([T.sub.g]) , long-term properties, such as creep, are usually investigated in the glassy state
At low temperature, the graft copolymer in the glassy state
shows a high value of the modulus.
To achieve this, the film is heated until the glass transition temperature of the nanoparticles has been exceeded and they change from a solid, glassy state
into a rubbery, viscous one.
In general, glassy materials are generated by cooling a wide variety of materials at sufficiently high rates to solidify or freeze them into an amorphous glassy state
, often cooled from the melt state.
When temperature is above [T.sub.1], tan [delta] begins to increases rapidly and PVB enters the glassy transition region and begin to translate from glassy state
to rubbery state.
The levitator kept the hot liquid from touching any container surfaces and forming crystals, allowing the liquid to cool into a glassy state
that could trap electrons in the way needed for electronic conduction.
This let the liquid cool into glassy state
that can trap electrons in the way needed for electronic conduction.
Types of glass Glassy state
phenomena and annealing of glass, photo chrome and photographic lasses, production of safety glasses.
Rapid cooling of this gas outside the burning spots would congeal the spherules to the glassy state
. This scenario also would explain why glassy spherules can be found between semicoke components which seemingly escaped any high temperature transformation (i.e., carbonate fossil remains, calcite and dolomite rhomboedrons).