chapter  10
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Electrical Conductivity of Glass Melts

Glass-Forming Melts .................................................................................301 10.4 Method of Calculation of Electrical Resistivity of Glass-Forming

Melts ..........................................................................................................306 10.4.1 Calculation of Electrical Resistivity of Commercial

Soda-Lime-Silica Melts...............................................................306 10.4.2 Glasses of Sodium Borosilicate System .....................................307

10.5 Electrical Resistivity Data .........................................................................308 Acknowledgments..................................................................................................335 References..............................................................................................................335

The ability of a substance to conduct an electrical current is called the electrical conduction. If a certain conducting body is placed between two electrodes to which the difference of electrical potentials