INFLUENCE OF REDOX CONDITION IN IRON, SILICON AND HYDROGEN CONTENTS OF LEACHED GLASS SURFACES
Surface analysis has been conducted on samples leached in a Soxhlet apparatus at 100 degrees C in the presence and in the absence of air. The XPS technique was applied to analyze the content of iron and silicon while the nuclear reaction method was utilized to analyze the content of hydrogen. Samples leached in argon atmosphere have shown a smaller content of iron and silicon with respect to the samples leached in air atmosphere. The H concentration has shown the same behaviour. The results are discussed in terms of possible formation of iron compounds in the different redox condition and of their different stabilities and in terms of their efficiency in reducing exchange between Na+ and H+ ions.
Bibliographic Reference: 1983 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY, BOSTON (USA), NOV. 14-17, 1983 WRITE TO CEC LUXEMBOURG, DG XIII/A2, POB 1907 MENTIONING PAPER E 31242 ORA
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