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MC 00211 Guide to the Robert F. Davis Papers, 1932 - 1992

This collection is organized into four series: Correspondence, High School Summer Workshop, Course Materials, and Articles.
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The Correspondence series (1973-1992) includes several letters to other students, academicians, researchers, corporations and agencies. The correspondence is global. The content of the correspondence refers to reimbursements, conference information, courses, faculty input, potential faculty, visiting scholars, resumes, recommendations, referrals, grant and award information, potential research collaboration, relationships with corporations and government agencies, abstracts, journal and proposal submissions and questionnaires.
[Box 1, Folder 1] January - December, 1973
[Box 1, Folder 2] "Glass Containers ", Glass Container Manufacturers Institute
Included with undated correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 3] " The Genesis of a Jar," Glass Container Manufacturers Institute
Included with undated correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 4] January - December, 1974
[Box 1, Folder 5] January - December, 1975
[Box 1, Folder 6] May, 1975
[Box 1, Folder 7] D.E. Polk and G.A. Pampillo, "Comprehensive Plastic Deformation of a Bulk Metallic Glass," " Materials Science and Engineering", 1974
Included with May, 1975 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 8] D.E. Polk, and H.S. Chen, "Formation and Thermal Properties of Glassy Ni-Fe Based Alloys," " Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", 1974
Included with May, 1975 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 9] D.E. Polk, and H.S.Chen, "Mechanical Properties of Ni-Fe Based Alloy Glasses," " Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", 1974
Included with May, 1975 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 10] D.E. Polk, and G.A. Pampillo, "The Strength and Fracture Characteristics of Fe, Ni-Fe and Ni-Base Glasses at Various Temperatures," " ACTA Metallurgica", Vol. 22, 1974
Included with May, 1975 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 11] L.A. Davis, "Plastic Instability in a Metallic Glass", 1975
Included with May, 1975 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 12] L.A. Davis and S. Kavesh, "Deformation and Fracture of an Amphorous Metallic Alloy at High Pressure", " Journal of Materials Science", 1975
Included with May, 1975 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 13] January - December, 1976
[Box 1, Folder 14] June, 1978
[Box 1, Folder 15] "Facts about Lead Glazes for Art Potters and Hobbyists", Lead Industries Association, Inc., 1972
[Box 1, Folder 16] "ILZRO Manual: Ceramics 1, Lead Glazes for Dinnerware", International Lead Zinc Research Organization, Inc., and Lead Industries Association Inc., 1974
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 17] R. Lehman, H. Smyth and M. McLaren, "Lead Release from Glazes and Glasses in Contact with Acid Solutions, ILZRO Project No. LC-196: Mechanisms of Lead Release from Simple Glasses, Progress Report No. 7", July 1 - December 31, 1975
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 18] R. Lehman, D. Kramer, M. McLaren and H. Smyth, "ILZRO Research Grant LC-196: Mechanisms of Lead Release from Simple Glasses, Progress Report No. 9", January 1 - December 31, 1976
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 19] D. Kramer, M. McLaren and H. Smyth, "ILZRO Research Grant LC-196: Mechanisms of Lead Release from Simple Glasses, Progress Report No. 10", January 1 - April 30, 1977
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 21] C. Sikorski and H. Smyth, "ILZRO Research Grant CC-11: Cadium Release from Glasses and Glazes, Progress Report No. 1", January 1 - June 30, 1976
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 23] C. Sikorski, H. Smyth and D. Wishnick, "ILZRO Research Grant CC-11: Cadium Release from Glasses and Glazes, Progress Report No. 3", January 1 - April 30, 1977
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 24] C. Sikorski , H. Smyth, D. Wishnick and M. McLaren, "ILZRO Research Grant CC-11: Cadium Release from Glasses and Glazes, Progress Report No. 4", May 1 - December 31, 1977
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 20] D. Kramer, A. Trestman, M. McLaren and H. Smyth, "ILZRO No. LC-196: Mechanisms of Lead Release from Simple Glasses, Progress Report No. 11", May 1 - December 31, 1977
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 22] C. Sikorski and H. Smyth, "ILZRO Research Grant CC-11: Cadium Release from Glasses and Glazes, Progress Report No. 2", June 30 - December 31, 1976
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 25] S. Yoon, G. Krefft and M. McLaren, "Lead Release from Glazes and Glasses in Contact with Acid Solutions," " The American Ceramic Society Bulletin", Vol. 55, No. 5, May, 1976
Included with June, 1978 correspondence.
[Box 1, Folder 26] March, 1980
[Box 2, Folder 1] January, 1983 - December, 1984
[Box 2, Folder 2] January, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 3] February, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 4] March, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 5] April, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 6] May, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 7] June, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 8] July, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 9] August, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 10] September, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 11] October, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 12] November, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 13] December, 1985
[Box 2, Folder 14] January, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 15] February, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 16] March, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 17] April, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 18] May, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 19] June, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 20] July, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 21] August, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 22] September, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 23] October, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 24] November, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 25] December, 1986
[Box 3, Folder 1] January, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 2] January, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 3] February, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 4] March, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 5] April, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 6] May, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 7] June, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 8] S. Motojima and T. Higashi, "Desposition and Hollow Crystal Growth of CrP and Cr "3"P by CVD Process", " Journal of Crystal Growth", March, 1985
Included with June, 1987 correspondence.
[Box 3, Folder 10] S. Motojima and N. Iwamori, "Chemical Vapour Desposition of Si "3"N "4" from a Gas Mixture of Si "2"Cl "6", NH "3" and H "2" ", "Journal of Materials Science", 1986
Included with June, 1987 correspondence.
[Box 3, Folder 11] S. Motojima and M. Kohno, "Preparation and Properties of Nickel Silicide Layers by the Diffusion and CVD Processes Using Si "2"Cl "6" as a Source of Silicon", "Journal of Materials Science", 1987
Included with June, 1987 correspondence.
[Box 3, Folder 9] S. Motojima and H. Yagi and N. Iwamori, "Chemical Vapour Desposition of SiC and Some of its Properties", "Journal of Materials Science" Letters 5, 1986
Included with June, 1987 correspondence.
[Box 3, Folder 12] June, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 13] June, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 14] July, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 15] August, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 16] September, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 17] September, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 18] October, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 19] November, 1987
[Box 3, Folder 20] December, 1987
[Box 4, Folder 1] January 1988
"Includes related correspondence from November 1987."
[Box 4, Folder 2] February, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 3] March, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 4] April, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 5] May, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 6] June, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 7] July, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 8] August, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 9] September, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 10] October, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 11] November, 1988
[Box 4, Folder 12] December, 1988
[Box 5, Folder 1] January, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 2] January, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 3] February, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 4] March, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 5] April, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 6] May, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 7] June, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 8] July, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 9] August, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 10] September, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 11] October, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 12] November, 1989
[Box 5, Folder 13] December, 1989
[Box 6, Folder 1] January, 1990
"Includes related correspondence from December 1989."
[Box 6, Folder 2] January, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 3] February, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 4] March, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 5] April, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 6] May, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 7] June, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 8] July, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 9] August, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 10] September, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 11] October, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 12] November, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 13] December, 1990
[Box 6, Folder 14] January, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 15] February, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 16] March, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 17] April, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 18] "Graduate address included in May, 1991 correspondence.", May, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 19] June, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 20] July, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 21] August, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 22] September, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 23] October, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 24] November, 1991
[Box 6, Folder 25] December, 1991 - January, 1992
The High School Summer Workshop series (1971-1976) includes curriculum information, brochures, forty-seven (47) slides and ten (10) photographs.
[Box 7, Folder 1] Student materials, 1973 - 1976
[Box 7, Folder 2] Faculty workshop assessment, 1973 - 1974
[Box 7, Folder 3] Notes, 1974 -1976
[Box 7, Folder 4] Brochures "Careers in Ceramic Engineering" "What About Engineering " "Materials Engineering: Issues and Answers" "Ceramic Bulletin" "Workshop on Physics and Chemistry in Action", 1974 - 1976
[Box 7, Folder 5] Presentation and demonstrations, June, 1975
[Box 7, Folder 6] Students in class, 1975 - 1976
The Course Materials series (1971-1984) includes materials from six courses, primarily from 1971-1973 and 1978-1984. Most of the collection contains exams, assignments, course notes and related articles. The bulk is from MAT 540. The following course descriptions are from the 1972-73 North Carolina State University catalog. The descriptions appear to be the same past the date of the material in this collection.
MAT 201 Structure and Properties of Engineering Materials I An introduction to the fundamental physical principles governing the structure and constitution of metallic and nonmetallic materials of construction, and the relation of these principles to the control of properties. MAT 310 Physical Examination of Materials (prerequisite 201) Experiments designed to demonstrate basic techniques in crystallography, X-ray diffraction, optical and electron microscopy (and thermal analysis - added in 1980). MAT 311 Ceramic Processing I (prerequisite 201) A detailed study covering the basic chemical and physical laws underlying the processes and behavior of diverse ceramic composition in the sequential manufacturing operations required to produce ceramic materials with controlled properties. Included are such topics as size reduction, separation and analysis; particle packing, mixing, agglomeration, surface chemistry, rheology of liquid-solid and solid-polymer systems; and behavior of ceramics in a wide variety of forming processes. MAT 435, 436 Physical Ceramics I, IIA project oriented course in which starting materials of various types of ceramic products are characterized including analysis of reactions, selection of processing parameters, processing measurement and properties appropriate to the ceramic analysis; and correlation of all materials and processing parameters with properties and microstructures. Projects are selected to exemplify characteristic types of ceramics. In 1980, the description is as follows: 435 - The physiochemical nature of classical and newly discovered ceramic materials. Emphasis on thermodynamics, crystal structure, structural imperfections and non-stoichiometry of ceramic compounds coupled with binary and multiple phase equilibria. Effects of these parameters on properties. 436 -Emphasis on thermal, mechanical, electrical and electronic properties of ceramic materials. MAT 540 Glass Technology (Prerequisite 437) For graduates and advanced undergraduates.Fundamentals of glass manufacture including compositions, properties and application of the principal types of commercial glasses.
Unspecified courses
[Box 8, Folder 1] Lab notes
Notes
[Box 8, Folder 2] Ionic crystals
[Box 8, Folder 3] Processing
[Box 8, Folder 4] Forming
[Box , Folder 5] Ceramic processing
[Box 8, Folder 6] Hot pressing
MAT 201
Notes
[Box 9, Folder 1] Introduction
[Box 9, Folder 2] Chemical bonding
[Box 9, Folder 3] Atomic order
[Box 9, Folder 4] Atomic disorder
[Box 9, Folder 5] Electron transport
[Box 9, Folder 6] Magnetic properties
[Box 9, Folder 7] Single phase alloys
[Box 9, Folder 8] Polymers
[Box 9, Folder 9] Ceramic materials
[Box 9, Folder 10] Corrosion
[Box 9, Folder 11] Thermal processing
[Box 9, Folder 12] Phase equilibria
[Box 9, Folder 13] Lab related
[Box 9, Folder 14] Exam Review
[Box 9, Folder 15] Exams
MAT 310
[Box 9, Folder 16] Exams
MAT 311
[Box 9, Folder 17] Notes
[Box 9, Folder 18] Exams
MAT 401
[Box 9, Folder 19] Notes and exams
MAT 435
[Box 10, Folder 1] General Notes (1 of 2)
[Box 10, Folder 2] General Notes (2 of 2)
[Box 10, Folder 3] Self-paced evaluation (1 of 2)
[Box 10, Folder 4] Self-paced evaluation (2 of 2)
Notes
[Box 10, Folder 5] Unit I, Geometrical Arrangement of Atoms in Perfect Elemental Crystals
[Box 10, Folder 6] Unit II, Voids in Closest-Packed and Other Atomic Structure
[Box 10, Folder 7] Unit III, Pauling's Rules for Ionic Crystals
[Box 10, Folder 8] Unit IV, Ceramic Crystal Structures I
[Box 10, Folder 9] Unit V, Ceramic Crystal Structures II
[Box 10, Folder 10] Unit VI, Polymorphism
[Box 10, Folder 11] Unit VII, Point (Atomic) Defects in Stoichiometric Ceramic Materials
[Box 10, Folder 12] Unit VIII, Nonstoichiometry in Ceramic Compounds
[Box 10, Folder 13] Unit IX, Phase Equilibria I, Gibbs Phase Rule, the Clausius, Clapeyron Equation and Unary and Binary Phase Diagrams
[Box 10, Folder 14] Unit X, Three Component Systems I and Simple Ternary Systems
[Box 10, Folder 15] Unit XI, Three Component Systems II, (1) Ternary Diagram with Congruently Melting Binary Compound and (2) Ternary Diagram with Peritectic
[Box 10, Folder 16] Unit XII, Three Component Systems III, Ternary Diagram with Both Binary Incongruent Melting Compound and Ternary Peritectic
[Box 10, Folder 17] Unit XIII, Three Component Systems IV, Real Systems
[Box 10, Folder 18] Unit XIV, Ionic Diffusion in Ceramic Materials
[Box 10, Folder 19] Problems with answers
MAT 436
[Box 11, Folder 1] "Educational Modules for Materials Science and Engineering", Robert F. Davis
[Box 11, Folder 2] Problem set
[Box 11, Folder 3] Course outline
Notes
[Box 11, Folder 4] Unit I
[Box 11, Folder 5] Unit III
[Box 11, Folder 6] General Notes (1 of 2)
[Box 11, Folder 7] General Notes (2 of 2)
[Box 11, Folder 8] Notes and exams (1 of 2)
[Box 11, Folder 9] Notes and exams (2 of 2)
[Box 11, Folder 10] Student panelists
MAT 540
[Box 12, Folder 1] Outline and list of references
Notes
[Box 12, Folder 2] Unit 1, Theory of Glass Formation
[Box 12, Folder 3] Unit 2, Nature of the Vitreous State
[Box 12, Folder 4] Unit 3, Viscosity
[Box 12, Folder 5] Unit 4, Density
[Box 12, Folder 6] Unit 5, Glass Batching
[Box 12, Folder 7] Unit 6, Glazes, Enamels, Theory of Bonding
"Unit 7, Manufacture of Glass and Glass Articles (missing)"
[Box 12, Folder 8] Unit 8, Glass Ceramics
[Box 12, Folder 9] Unit 9, Mechanic Strength
[Box 12, Folder 10] Unit 10, Electrical Conduct
[Box 12, Folder 11] Unit 11, Current and Future Uses of Glasses
[Box 12, Folder 12] Exams with answers
[Box 12, Folder 13] Exams
[Box 12, Folder 14] Exams with answers
[Box 12, Folder 15] Final Exam
[Box 12, Folder 16] Assignment questions with answers
Notes
[Box 12, Folder 17] Unit VIII, Glass ceramics
[Box 12, Folder 18] General
[Box 12, Folder 19] Unit IX, Mechanical Strength of Glass
[Box 12, Folder 20] Unit X, Current and Future Uses of Glass
[Box 12, Folder 21] References
Notes
[Box 12, Folder 22] Unit 1, Theories of Glass Formation
[Box 12, Folder 23] Unit 1
[Box 12, Folder 24] Unit XIV, Oxide Glasses: Their Formation and Structure Utilization of Theories of Silicate Glass Formation
[Box 12, Folder 25] Assignments
Notes
[Box 12, Folder 26] Unit II, Theories of Glass Formation and Nature of Glass Transformation
[Box 12, Folder 27] Exams
Notes
[Box 12, Folder 28] Unit III, Viscosity
[Box 12, Folder 29] Unit IV, Density
[Box 12, Folder 30] Unit V, Glass Batching
[Box 12, Folder 31] Unit VI
[Box 12, Folder 32] Unit VII
The Articles series (1932-1980) includes several articles, reports, speeches, research material, and agendas relating to science, technology and education in the United States. Some of them contain multiple languages, with English translation. They consist primarily of articles used in the development and teaching of his Glass Technology (MAT 540) Course. These articles were initially stored in binders and have been maintained in original order.
MAT 540
[Box 13, Folder 1] W.H. Zachariasen, "The Atomic Arrangement in Glass", Vol. 54, October, 1932
[Box 13, Folder 2] H. Rawson, "The Relationship Between Liquidus Temperature Bond Strength and Glass Formation", "Glass and Ceramic", Research Laboratory
[Box 13, Folder 3] B.E. Warren, "X-Ray Diffraction of Vitreous Silica", Eastman Laboratory of Physics Massachusetts Institute of Technology, July 21, 1933
[Box 13, Folder 4] R.L. Mozzi and B.E. Warren, "The Structure of Vitreous Silica", " Journal of Applied Cryst." Vol. 2, 1969
[Box 13, Folder 5] Kuan-Han Sun, "Fundamental Condition of Glass Formation", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", 1947
[Box 13, Folder 6] Robert F. Davis and J.A. Pask, "Diffusion and Reaction Studies in the System Al "2"O "3"-SiO "2" ", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 55., No. 10, October 10, 1972
[Box 13, Folder 7] P.J. Bray and J.G. O'Keefe, "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Investigations of the Structure of Alkali Borate Glasses", " Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", 1963
[Box 13, Folder 8] E. Stern, "The Analysis of Materials by X-Ray Absorption", April, 1976
[Box 13, Folder 9] E. Rowe and J. Weaver, "The Uses of Synchrotron Radiation"
Unit IV, Density
[Box 13, Folder 10] M.L. Huggins and J.M Stevels, "Comparison of Two Equations for Calculation of Densities of Glasses from Their Compositions ", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol.37, No. 10
Unit VI, Enamels
[Box 13, Folder 11] M.P. Borom and J.A. Pask, "Role of Adherence Oxides in the Development of Chemical Boding at Glass-Metal Interfaces", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 49, No. 1, January 21, 1966
[Box 13, Folder 12] J.J. Hammel, "Experimental Evidence for Spinodal Decomposition in Glasses of the Na "2"O SiO "2" System", 7th International Congress on Glass, June 26 - July 3, 1965
[Box 13, Folder 13] G.F. Neilson, "Nucleation Phenomena in Glass - Ceramic Materials", April 30, 1970
[Box 13, Folder 14] R.D. Maurer, "Light Scattering by Glasses", " The Journal of Chemical Physics", December, 1956
[Box 13, Folder 15] R.D. Maurer, "Crystal Nucleation in a Glass Containing Titania", " Journal of Applied Physics", June, 1962
[Box 13, Folder 16] M. Goldstein, "Theory of Scattering for Diffusion-Controlled Phase Separations", " Journal of Applied Physics", July, 1963
[Box 13, Folder 17] M. Goldstein, "Light Scattering and Spinodal Decomposition in Glasses", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", March, 1965
[Box 13, Folder 18] J.J. Hammel and S. Ohlberg, "Light Scattering from Diffusion-Controlled Phase Separations in Glass", " Journal of Applied Physics", April, 1965
[Box 13, Folder 19] P.E. Doherty, D.W. Lee and R.S. Davis, "Direct Observation of the Crystallization of LiO-Al "2"O "3"-SiO "2" ", " Journal of American Ceramic Society", 1967
[Box 13, Folder 20] S. Ohlberg and J.J. Hammel, "Formation and Structure of Phase Separated Soda-Lime-Silica Glass", Presented at the 7th International Congress, June 26 - July 3, 1965
[Box 13, Folder 21] R. Roy, "Metastable Liquid Immiscibilty and Subsolidus Nucleation", " Journal of American Ceramic Society", December, 1960
[Box 13, Folder 22] J. MacDowell, "Nucleation in Glasses Industrial and Engineering Chemistry", March, 1966
[Box 13, Folder 23] R.J. Charles, "Metastable Liquid Immiscibility in Alkali Metal Oxide-Silica Systems", " Journal of American Ceramic Society", February, 1966
[Box 13, Folder 24] S.D. Stookey, "Catalyzed Crystallization of Glass in Theory and Practice", 1959
[Box 13, Folder 25] S.D. Stookey and R.D. Maurer, "Catalyzed Crystallization of Glass - Theory and Practice"
[Box 13, Folder 26] T.H. Elmer, M.E. Nordberg, G.B. Carrier, and E.J. Korda, "Phase Separation in Brososilicate Glasses as Seen by Electron Microscopy and Scanning Electron Microscopy", " Journal of American Ceramic Society", April, 1970
[Box 13, Folder 27] J.F. MacDowell and G.H. Beall, "Immiscibility and Crystallization in Al "2"O "3"-SiO "2" Glasses", " Journal of American Ceramic Society", January, 1969
[Box 13, Folder 28] W.B. Hillig, "A Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of Nucleation Leading to Unifrom Crystallization of Glass"
[Box 13, Folder 29] W. Haller, "Rearrangement Kinetics of the Liquid-Liquid Immiscible Micropheases in Alkali Borosilicate Melts", " Journal of Chemical Physics", Vol. 42, No. 2, January, 1965
[Box 13, Folder 30] W. Haller and P.B. Macedo, "The Origin of Phase Connectivity in Microheterogeneous Glasses", " Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 9, No. 5, October, 1968
[Box 13, Folder 31] J.W. Cahn, "Spinodal Decomposition", The 1967 Institute of Metals Lecture, " Transactions of the Metallurgical Society of AIME", Vol. 242, February, 1968
[Box 13, Folder 32] J.W. Cahn, "The Metastable Liquidus and Its Effect on the Crystallization of Glass", " Journal of American Ceramic Society", Vol. 52, No. 3, March, 1969
[Box 13, Folder 33] G.F. Neilsen, "Spinodal Decomposition in Soda-Silica Glass", " Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 10, No. 2, April, 1969
[Box 13, Folder 34] R.D. Maurer, "Crystal Nucleation in a Glass Containing Titania", " Journal of Applied Physics", Vol. 33, No. 6, June, 1962
Unit IX, Mechanical Preparation of Glass
[Box 13, Folder 35] G.H. Beall and D.A. Duke, "Transparent Glass-Ceramics", " Journal of Materials Science", December, 1968
[Box 13, Folder 36] W.B. Hillig, "Sources of Weakness and the Ultimate Strength of Brittle Amorphous Solids"
[Box 13, Folder 37] F.M. Ernberger, "Detection of Strength-impairing Surface Flaws in Glass", Glass Research Center, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., March 18, 1960
[Box 13, Folder 38] F.M. Ernberger, "A Study of the Origin and Frequency of Occurence of Griffith Microcracks on Glass Surfaces", "Advances in Glass Technology", Vol. 1, 1962
[Box 13, Folder 39] R.J. Charles, "Static Fatigue of Glass I", " Journal of Applied Physics", Vol. 29, No. 11, November, 1958
[Box 13, Folder 40] R.J. Charles, "Static Fatigue of Glass II ", " Journal of Applied Physics", Vol. 29, No. 11, November, 1958
[Box 13, Folder 41] R.J. Charles, "Dynamic Fatigue of Glass I", " Journal of Applied Physics", Vol. 29, No. 12, December, 1958
[Box 13, Folder 42] S.M. Wiederhorn and L.H Bolz, "Stress Corrosion and Static Fatigue of Glass I", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 53, No. 10, October, 1970
[Box 13, Folder 43] R.J. Charles, "The Kinetics of Glass Failure by Stress Corrosion", 1962
[Box 13, Folder 44] R.J. Charles and W.B. Hillig, "Surfaces, Stress-Dependent Surface Reactions, and Strength", " High Strength Materials", 1965
[Box 13, Folder 45] S.M. Wiederhorn, "Influence of Water Vapor on Crack Propagation in Soda-Lime Glass", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 50, No. 8, August, 1967
[Box 13, Folder 46] S.M. Wiederhorn, "Fracture Surface Energy of Glass", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 52, No. 2, February, 1969
[Box 13, Folder 47] S.M. Wiederhorn and P.R. Townsend, "Crack Healing in Glass", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 53, No. 9, September, 1970
[Box 13, Folder 48] M.E. Nordberg, E.M. Mochel, H.M. Garfinkel and J.S. Olcott, "Strengthening by Ion Exchange", " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 47, No. 5, May, 1964
Unit X, Current and Future Uses of Glass
[Box 13, Folder 49] A.D. Pearson, W.R. Northover, J.F. Dewald and W.F. Peck Jr., "Chemical, Physical and, Electrical Properties of Some Unusual Inorganic Glasses", " Advances in Technology", Vol. 1, 1962
[Box 13, Folder 50] A.D. Pearson and C.E. Miller, "Filamentary Conduction in Semiconducting Glass Diodes", " Applied Physics Letters", Vol. 14, No. 9, May, 1969
[Box 13, Folder 51] M.H. Cohen, "Review of the Theory of Amorphous Semiconductors"
[Box 13, Folder 52] B.G. Bagley and H.E. Bair, "Thermally Induced Transformations in Glassy Chalcogenides", " Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", 1970
[Box 13, Folder 53] A.D. Pearson, "Memory and Switching in Semiconducting Glasses: A Review", " Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", 1970
[Box 13, Folder 54] H. Fritzsche, "Optical and Electrical Energy Gaps in Amorphous Semiconductors", " Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", 1971
[Box 13, Folder 55] Booklet on ceramic glaze, " Ultrox...Zirconium Opacifiers: For All Ceramic Glazes", Metal and Thermit Corp., 1957
[Box 13, Folder 56] Technical data sheets, "Ultrox Zirconium Silicate Opacifiers: Properties Processing Techniques and Formulations", Metal and Thermit Corp., 1972
[Box 14, Folder 1] W.R. Cannon, S.C. Danforth, J.H. Flint, J.S. Haggerty and R.A. Marra, "Synthesis of Ceramic Powders From Laser-heated Gas Phase Reactants", " SPIE Laser Applications in Materials Processing", Vol. 198, 1979
[Box 14, Folder 2] "III. Pauling's Rules and Basic Silicate Structures "; "VI. The Clays and Mica"
[Box 14, Folder 3] R.W. Rice, "15. Machining of Ceramics", "Ceramics for High-Performance Applications", Proceedings of the Second Army Materials Technology Conference, November 13-16, 1973
[Box 14, Folder 4] W.E. Hauth, "Crystal Chemistry in Ceramics", "The American Ceramic Society Bulletin", June, 1951
[Box 14, Folder 5] K.S. Mazdiyasini, C.T. Lynch and J.J. Krochmal, "Method for Making High Purity Fine Particle Oxides", United States Patent Office, January, 1967
[Box 14, Folder 6] "How to Record and Compare Sieve Analyses" Short form catalog, "Particle Technology Products", Micrometrics Instrument Corporation
[Box 14, Folder 7] A.G. Pincus, "A Critical Compilation of Ceramic Forming Methods - I. General Introduction", " Ceramic Bulletin", Vol. 43, No. 11, 1964
[Box 14, Folder 8] A.W. Allen, "A Critical Compilation of Ceramic Forming Methods - II. Cold Forming Processes", " Ceramic Bulletin", Vol. 43, No. 11, 1964
[Box 14, Folder 9] R.M. Fulrath, "A Critical Compilation of Ceramic Forming Methods - III. Hot Forming Processes", " Ceramic Bulletin", Vol. 43, No. 11, 1964
[Box 14, Folder 10] R.W. Ford, "Drying", " Institute of Ceramics Textbook Series"
[Box 14, Folder 11] D. Lynn Johnson, "Fundamentals of the Sintering Ceramics"
[Box 14, Folder 12] S. Strijbos, P.A. Vermeer and A. Broese van Groenou, "Recent Progress in Understanding Die Compaction Powders"
[Box 14, Folder 13] A.R. Hingorany, F.V. Lenel and G.S. Ansell, "Ch. 21 - The Role of Plastic Flow by Dislocation Motion in the Sintering of Calcium Fluoride"
[Box 14, Folder 14] D.L. Johnson, "Ch.18 - Powder Compact Studies of Inititial Sinetring"
[Box 14, Folder 15] T.M. Hare and H. Palmour, III, "24: Effect of Process Optimization Properties of Alumina Sintered Under Rate Control", 1978
[Box 14, Folder 16] W.J. Huppmann and H. Riegger, "Liquid Phase Sinistering the Model System W-Ni", "The International Journal of Powder Metallurgy and Powder Technology", Vol. 13, No. 4, 1977
[Box 14, Folder 17] G.J. Oudemans, "Continuous Hot Pressing ", " Philips Technical Review", Vol. 29, No. 2, 1968
[Box 14, Folder 18] W.J. Huppmann and G. Petzow, "The Role of Grain and Phase Boundaries in Liquid Phase Sintering", 1978
[Box 14, Folder 19] W.J. Huppmann, H. Riegger, G. Petzow S. Pejovnik and D. Kolar, "Models for the Liquid Phase Sintering of Metallic and Ceramic Systems", " Science of Ceramics", Vol. 9, 1977
[Box 14, Folder 20] R.W. Thompson, "Mechanics of Powder Pressing: I, Model for Powder Densification", " Ceramic Bulletin", Vol. 60, No. 2, 1981
[Box 14, Folder 21] M.F. Yan, R.M. Cannon and H.K. Bowen, "Grain Boundary Migration in Ceramics", Ceramic Processing Research Laboratory, 1977
Kermos Kit
[Box 14, Folder 22] "Optical Properties of Glass"
[Box 14, Folder 23] "The Glassy State"
[Box 14, Folder 24] C. P. Sandbank, "Fiber Optic Communications: A Survey", " Electrical Communication", Vol. 50, No. 1, 1975
[Box 14, Folder 25] R.M.J. Cotterill, "Glassy Metals", " American Scientist", Vol. 64, July - August, 1976
[Box 14, Folder 26] "Elements of Glass", " Ceramic Age", 1947
[Box 14, Folder 27] W.W. Coffeen, "How Enamels, Glasses and Glazes are Opacifies", " Ceramic Industry", April - May, 1958
[Box 14, Folder 28] C.T. Moynihan, P.B. Macedo, C.J. Montrose, P.K. Gupta, M.A. DeBolt, J.F. Dill, B.E. Dom, P.W. Drake, A.J. Easteal, P.B. Elterman, R.P. Moeller, H. Sasabe and J.A. Wilder, "Structural Relaxation in Vitreous Materials", " Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences", No. 279, 1976
Unit II, Nature of the Vitreous State
[Box 15, Folder 1] R.H. Doremus, " Ch. 7 - Glass Transition", "Glass Science,"
Unit III, Viscosity
[Box 15, Folder 2] H.E. Hagey, " Rheological Behavior of Glass"
[Box 15, Folder 3] A. Napiolitano and E.G. Hawkins, "Standard Reference Materials: Viscosity of a Standard Lead-Silica Glass", November, 1966
[Box 15, Folder 4] P. Buarque de Macedo, "Viscoelasticty of Glasses"
[Box 15, Folder 5] R.H. Doremus, "Ch. 6 - Viscosity", "Glass Science"
Unit V, Glass Batching
[Box 15, Folder 6] " Technical data on Perrico Glaze Frits" "PEMCO Technical Bulletin", No. 5011-a
Unit VI, Glazes, Enamels, Theory of Bonding
[Box 15, Folder 7] J.A. Pask and M.P. Borom, "Physical Chemistry of Glass-Metal Interfaces"
[Box 15, Folder 8] M.P. Borom, J.A. Longwell and J.A. Pask, "Reactions between Metallic Iron and Cobalt Oxide - Bearing Sodium Disilicate Glass", "Journal of American Ceramic Society", February, 1967
Unit VII, Manufacture of Glass and Glass Articles
[Box 15, Folder 9] "Glass", Vol. 10
Unit VIII, Glass Ceramics
[Box 15, Folder 10] J.W. Cahn, "Phase Separation by Spinodal Decomposition in Isotrophic Systems", " The Journal of Chemical Physics", Vol. 42, No. 1, January, 1965
[Box 15, Folder 11] J.W. Cahn and R.J. Charles, "The Initial Stages of Phase Separation in Glasses", " Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", October, 1965
Articles - MAT 540 - Unit X, Electrical Conduct
[Box 15, Folder 12] R.H. Doremus and J.F. Kay, "Initial Crack Paths in Glass Influence of Temperature and Composition", " Journal of Materials Science", 1979
[Box 15, Folder 13] R.H. Doremus, "Static Fatigue in Brittle Solids", " Journal of Applied Science", Vol. 7., No. 2 "Cracks and Energy - Criteria for Brittle Fracture", " Journal of Applied Science", Vol. 7., No. 5, February, 1976 May, 1976
[Box 15, Folder 14] E.K. Pavelchek and R.H. Doremus, "Static Fatigue in Glass", " Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", 1976
[Box 15, Folder 15] J.M. Stevels, "The Electrical Properties of Glass", " Encyclopedia of Physics", 1957
[Box 15, Folder 16] "Glass and Ceramic Periodic Table"
[Box 15, Folder 17] M.P. Borom and J.A. Pask, "Kinetics of the Interfacial Reaction and Diffusion Processes in the System Iron-Sodium Disilicate Glass", " Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 8, No. 5, October, 1967
[Box 15, Folder 18] M.P. Borom, "Kinetics of the Dissolution and Diffusion of the Oxides of Iron in Sodium Disilicate Glass", Doctoral dissertation, August, 1965
[Box 15, Folder 19] J.A. Pask and M.P. Borom, "Physical Chemistry of Glass-Metal Interfaces", May, 1965
[Box 15, Folder 20] G.P. Smith, "When Light Changes Glass", " Industrial Research/Development", February, 1980
[Box 15, Folder 21] A. Makishima, M. Mitomo, H. Tanaka, Nobou II and M. Tsutsumi, "Preparation of La-Si-O-N Oxynitride Glass of High Nitrogen Content", "Yog yo-Kyokai Shi", 1980
[Box 15, Folder 22] C.L. Tang, "Integrated Optics - New Era in Communications", " Research/Development", January, 1977
[Box 15, Folder 23] F. Blum and M.A. Res, "Rapid Quantitative Analysis of Some Rare Earth Oxides in Inorganic Glasses by Means of Energy Dispersive X-Ray Measurement in a Scanning Electron Microscope", " X-Ray Spectrometry", Vol. 4., 1975
[Box 15, Folder 24] K. Kroger, M.A. Res and J. Bednarik, "Cut-on Filters Containing Ce-Ti for Use in the Visible Region", "Optik", Vol 49., No. 3; M.A. Res, J. Bednarik, F. Hengstberger and C.J. Kok, "Filter Glasses with Band-pass Characteristics for the Red Region of the Visible Spectrum", "Optik", Vol 49., No. 4, 1977 1978
[Box 15, Folder 25] M.A. Res, C.J. Kok, J. Bednarik and K. Kroger, "Improved Band-pass Characteristics in NiO-doped Glasses", "Journal of Phys. D.: Applied Physics", Vol 11., 1978
[Box 15, Folder 26] M.A. Res, C.J. Kok, J. Bednarik and K. Kroger, "Band-pass Filters for Use in the Visible Region", "Applied Optics", Vol 16., No. 7, July, 1977
[Box 15, Folder 27] M.A. Res, C.J. Kok, K. Kroger, F. Hengstberger and M. Res, "Filter Glasses for Photometric Application", "Applied Optics", Vol 14., No. 4, April, 1975
[Box 15, Folder 28] M.A. Res, K.M.M. Kruse and E. Hecker, "Band-pass Filter Glasses in the Region 550 nm to 616 nm. I. Transmission Characteristics of Multi-component Glasses Containing Cu "2+" and Ni "2+" ions.", "Optik", Vol 51., No. 1; K.M.M. Kruse and M.A. Res, "Band-pass Filter Glasses in the Region 550 nm to 616 nm. II. Calculation of the Transmission Characteristics in Composite Cu "2+"-Ni "2+" - Tellurite Glasses from the Characteristics of the Single Components", "Optik", Vol 51., No. 2; J. Bednarik, M.A. Res and K. Kroger, "Filter Glasses with Band-reject Characteristics for Use in the Visisble Part of the Spectrum", "Optik", Vol 52., No. 3, 1978 1978 1978/79
[Box 15, Folder 29] A.D. Pearson, "Glass Fiber Waveguides for Optical Communications Applications"
[Box 15, Folder 30] N.J. Kreidl and W. Ratzenboeck, "Structure of Chalcogenide Glasses"
[Box 15, Folder 31] List of articles written by M. Tomozawa; M. Tomozawa, "Phase Separation in Glass", "Treatise on Materials Science and Technology", 1979
[Box 15, Folder 32] D. Emin, "Transport Properties of Small Polarons", "Journal of Solid State Chemistry", 1975
[Box 15, Folder 33] P.H. Gaskell, D.J. Smith, C.J.D. Catto and J.R.A. Cleaver, "Direct Observation of the Structure of a Metallic Alloy Glass", "Nature", October, 1979
[Box 15, Folder 34] E.A. Davis, "Amorphous Semiconductors"
[Box 15, Folder 35] "Earth and Mineral Sciences", Vol. 49, No. 2, November - December, 1979
[Box 15, Folder 36] L.D. Pye, "Microstructure of Some Noncrystalline Ceramics: Origin and Meaning", "Treatise on Materials Science and Technology", Vol. II, 1977
[Box 15, Folder 37] J. Stevenson, "Ceramic Glazes", April, 1979
[Box 15, Folder 38] R.J. Charles, "The Nature of Glass", Report No. 67-C-317, General Electric Research and Development Center, August, 1967
Unspecified Course
[Box 16, Folder 1] J. Krogh-Moe, "The Structure of Glass", "The Glass Industry, ", June, 1966
[Box 16, Folder 2] M. Tashiro, "Chemical Compositions of Glass Ceramics - Part One", "The Glass Industry, ", June, 1966
[Box 16, Folder 3] M. Tashiro, "Chemical Compositions of Glass Ceramics - Part Two", "The Glass Industry, ", August, 1966
[Box 16, Folder 4] F.M. Ernsberger, "Strength and Strengthening of Glass - Part One: Strength of Glass", "The Glass Industry, ", August, 1966
[Box 16, Folder 5] F.M. Ernsberger, "Strength and Strengthening of Glass - Part One (concluded): Strength of Glass", "The Glass Industry, ", September, 1966
[Box 16, Folder 6] F.M. Ernsberger, "Strength and Strengthening of Glass - Prt Two: Conclusion ", "The Glass Industry, ", October, 1966
[Box 16, Folder 7] N.J. Kreidl, "Optical Properties of Glass: Part One", "The Glass Industry, ", January, 1967
[Box 16, Folder 8] D.W. Roe, "New Glass Compositions Possessing Electronic Conductivities", "Journal of Electrochemical Society", Vol. 112, no. 10, October, 1965
[Box 16, Folder 9] N.J. Kreidl, "Glass Research in Review", "The Glass Industry, ", January, 1969
[Box 16, Folder 10] N.J. Kreidl, "Glass Research in Review", "The Glass Industry, ", March, 1969
[Box 16, Folder 11] N.J. Kreidl, "Constitution and Properties of Glasses: Glass Research Review 3", "The Glass Industry, ", July, 1969
[Box 16, Folder 12] N.J. Kreidl, "Constitution and Properties of Glasses: Glass Research Review 3 (conclusion)", "The Glass Industry, ", August, 1969
[Box 16, Folder 13] N.J. Kreidl, "Glass Research in Review", "The Glass Industry, ", October, 1969
[Box 16, Folder 14] N.J. Kreidl, "Structure and Properties of Glasses", "The Glass Industry, ", December, 1969
[Box 16, Folder 15] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: A Technical Recap, Part One", "The Glass Industry, ", April, 1970
[Box 16, Folder 16] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: A Technical Recap, Part Two", "The Glass Industry, ", May, 1970
[Box 16, Folder 17] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: Semiconductors and Optical Properties", "The Glass Industry, ", June, 1970
[Box 16, Folder 18] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: Phase Separation", "The Glass Industry, ", August, 1970
[Box 16, Folder 19] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: Structure, Crystallization, Strengthening", "The Glass Industry, ", September, 1970
[Box 16, Folder 20] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: Strength, Diffusion, Relaxation, Exotic Glass", "The Glass Industry, ", October, 1970
[Box 16, Folder 21] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: Structure and Properties", "The Glass Industry, ", December, 1970
[Box 16, Folder 22] N.J. Kreidl, "What's Happening in Glass: Structure, Phase Separation, Diffusion...", "The Glass Industry, ", January, 1971
[Box 16, Folder 23] Paper by M.E. Aluko
[Box 16, Folder 24] Paper and referee report M.E. Aluko, G.L. Harris, K.H. Jackson, and M.G. Spencer, "Experimental Thermodynamic and Boundary-Layer Analyses of the Low-Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition of -Silicon Carbide", February, 1988
[Box 16, Folder 25] D.B. Spaulding, "The Numerical Modelling of CVD Flow Reactors"
General
[Box 16, Folder 26] D.I. Matkin, "13 - The Preparation and Treatment of Ceramic Powders"
Articles - Unspecified course - Grinding
[Box 16, Folder 27] F.C. Bond, "The Third Theory of Comminution", "Mining Engineering", May, 1952
[Box 16, Folder 28] H. Heywood, "Principles of Crushing and Grinding", "Chemical Engineering", Practice Vol. 3, 1957
[Box 16, Folder 29] R.J. Charles, "Energy-Size Reduction Relationships in Comminution", "Mining Engineering", January, 1957
[Box 16, Folder 30] J.A. Holmes, "A Contribution to the Study of Comminution: A Modified Form of Kick's Law", "Trans. Instn Chemical Engineers", Vol. 35, 1957
[Box 16, Folder 31] J.J. Gilvarry, "Fracture of Brittle Solids. I. Distribution Function for Fragment Size in Single Fracture (Theoretical)", "Journal of Applied Physics", Vol. 32, March, 1961
[Box 16, Folder 32] M. Quatinetz, R.V. Schafer and C.R. Smeal, "The Production of Submicron Metal Powders by Ball Milling with Grinding Aids", "Ultraline Particles", 1963
Powder Characterization
[Box 16, Folder 33] T.P. Meloy, "A Three Dimensional Derivation of the Gaudin Size Distribution Equation", "Society of Mining Engineers", 1963
[Box 16, Folder 34] L.Y. Sadler, D.A. Stanley, and D.R. Brooks, "Attrition Mill Ooperating Characteristics", "Powder Technology", 1975
Forming
[Box 16, Folder 35] P. Rosin and E. Rammler, "The Laws Governing the Fineness of Powdered Coal", "The Institute of Fuel", October, 1933
[Box 16, Folder 36] H. Heywood, "Methods of Sizing Analysis", "Chemical Engineering Practice", Vol. 3, 1957
[Box 16, Folder 37] D.E. Niesz, R.B. Bennett and M.J. Snyder, "Strength Characterization of Powder Aggregates", "Ceramic Bulletin", Vol. 51, No. 9, 1972
[Box 16, Folder 38] H. Hausner, "Characterization of Ceramic Materials", "Science of Ceramics", Vol. 8, 1976
Drying
[Box 16, Folder 39] S. Strijbos, "Friction Between a Powder Compact and a Metal wall", "Science of Ceramics", Vol. 8, 1976
Sintering
[Box 16, Folder 40] F.M.A. Carpay and A.L. Stuijts, "Characterization of Grain Growth Phenomena During Sintering of Singles-Phase Ceramics", "Science of Ceramics", Vol. 8, 1976
[Box 16, Folder 41] Brochure of products: "Flourocarbon: VitreCarb"; "Corning: Fotoform and Fotoceram"
[Box 17, Folder 1] M. Imaoka, " Glass Formation Range and Glass Structure", From conference proceedings. The VI International Congress on Glass, washington, D.C., 1962
Silicates
[Box 17, Folder 2] M. Imaoka and T. Yamazaki, "Glass Formation Ranges of Ternary Systems (Part I) Silicates of a-Group Elements", "Report of the Institute of Industrial Science: The University of Tokyo", March, 1968
Borates
[Box 17, Folder 3] M. Imaoka, "Studies on the Glass Formation Range of Borate Systems" "Journal Ceramic Association: Japan", 1961
Germanates
[Box 17, Folder 4] M. Imaoka and T. Yamazaki, "Glass Formation Ranges of Ternary Systems (Part II) Germanates of a-Group Elements", "Report of the Institute of Industrial Science: The University of Tokyo", June, 1969
Tellurites
[Box 17, Folder 5] M. Imaoka and T. Yamazaki, "Studies on the Glass Formation Range of Tellurite Systems" "Journal Ceramic Association: Japan", 1968
Chalcogenide
[Box 17, Folder 6] A.R. Hilton, M. Brau and C.E. Jones, "Non-oxide IVA-VA-VIA Chalcogenide Glasses - Part I-III", "Physics and Chemistry Glasses", Vol. 7, August, 1966
[Box 17, Folder 7] A.R. Hilton, "Chemical Compostition and Glass Formation in Chacogenide Systems", "Physics and Chemistry Glasses", Vol. 9, October, 1968
[Box 17, Folder 8] Paper entitled "General Theory"
[Box 17, Folder 9] T. Izumitani and Y. Asahara, "A Study on the Phase Separation in Glass - The Glass in the System of Cd-B "2"O "3" ", "Journal Ceramic Association: Japan", 1968
[Box 17, Folder 10] M. Imaoka, H. Hasegawa and S. Shindo, "Properties and Structure of Glasses of B "2"O "3"-Sb "2"O "3"System", "Yogyo-Kyokai-Shi", 1969
[Box 17, Folder 11] E.F. Riebling, "Structure of B "2"O "3" and Binary Aluminoborate Melts at 1600C", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 49, No. 1., January, 1966
[Box 17, Folder 12] "Boron in Glass: A Quarterly Bulletin of Abstracts ", Borax Consolidated Limited, London, England, August, 1970
[Box 17, Folder 13] Unspecified articles, "Ceramics", 1971
[Box 17, Folder 14] H.M. Davis and M.A. Knight, "The System Magnesium Oxide-Boric Oxide", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 28, No. 4, April, 1949
[Box 17, Folder 15] E. Carlson, "The Sytem: CaO-B "2"O "3" ", "Bureau of Standards Journal of Research", Vol. 9
[Box 17, Folder 16] C.F. Chenot, "Phase Boundaries in a Portion of the System SrO-B "2"O "3" ", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 50, No. 2, February, 1967
[Box 17, Folder 17] E.M. Levin and H.F. McMurdie, "The System BaO-B "2"O "3" ", Research Paper RP1956, "Bureau of Standards Journal of Research", Vol. 42, February, 1949
[Box 17, Folder 18] D.E. Harrison and F.A. Hummel, "Phase Equilibria and Fluorescence in the System Zinc Oxide-Boric Oxide", "Journal of the Electrochemical Society", Vol. 103, No. 9, September, 1956
[Box 17, Folder 19] E.C. Subbarao and F.A. Hummel, "The System Cadmium Oxide-Boric Oxide: I. Phase Equilibria", "Journal of the Electrochemical Society", Vol. 103, No. 1, January, 1956
[Box 17, Folder 20] E.M. Levin, C.R. Robbins and J.L. Waring, "Immiscibility and the System Lanthanum Oxide-Boric Oxide", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", February, 1961
Articles - Unspecified course - exp-2-comp
[Box 17, Folder 21] L. Shartis and W. Capps, "Surface Tension Molten Alkali Borates", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 35, No. 7, July, 1952
[Box 17, Folder 22] L. Shartis and , "Surface Tension, Density, Viscosity, and Electrical resistivity of Molten Binary Alkaline-Earth Borates", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 37, No. 11, November, 1954
[Box 17, Folder 23] P.K. Gallagher, C.R. Kurkjian and P.M. Bridenbaugh, "Absorption and Flourescence of Trivalent Europium in Borate Glasses", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 6 No. 3, June, 1956
[Box 17, Folder 24] E.M. Levin, "Liquid Immiscibilty in the Rare Earth Oxide-Boric Oxide Systems", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 7 No. 3, June, 1966
[Box 17, Folder 25] E.M. Levin, "The System Sc "2"O "3"-B "2"O "3" ", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", January, 1967
[Box 17, Folder 26] R.C. Bradt, "Cr "2"O "3"Solid Solution Hardening of Al "2"O "3" ", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society"
[Box 17, Folder 27] R.R. Shaw and D.R. Uhlmann, "Subliquidus Immiscibility in Binary Alkali Borates", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol.51, no. 7, July, 1968
Articles - Unspecified course - exp-3-comp
[Box 17, Folder 28] C. Hirayama, "Properties of Aluminoborate Glasses of Group II Metal Oxides: I, Glass Formation and Thermal Expansion" "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 44, No. 12, December, 1961
[Box 17, Folder 29] C.H. Greene and R.L. Wahlers, "Ch. 33 - Crystallization of Barium Aluminum Borate Glasses - Rhodium as specific Catalyst", "Catalysis and the Internal Crystallization of Glasses"
[Box 17, Folder 30] P.W. McMillan and B.P. Hodgson, "Neutron-absorbing Glass-ceramics", "Glass Technology", Vol. 5, No. 4, August, 1964
[Box 17, Folder 31] B.H. Rao and V. Janakirama "Dielectric Proporties of Glasses in the Systems Bi "2"O "3"-CdO-SiO "2", Bi "2"O "3"-CdO-B "2"O "3", and Bi "2"O "3"-CdO-GeO "2" and their Relation to the Structure of Glass" " Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 45, No. 11, November, 1962
[Box 17, Folder 32] B.T. Shirk and W.R. Buessem, "Magnetic Properties of Barium Ferrite Formed by Crystallization of a Glass" "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 53, No. 4, April, 1970
[Box 17, Folder 33] A.E. Dale and J.E. Stanworth, "XV-The Development of Some Very Soft Glasses" "Journal of the Society of Glass Technology"
[Box 17, Folder 34] E. Ya. Mukhin and L.K. Shmatok, "Crystalizability of Glasses in the Systems B "2"O "3"La "2"O "3"-CdOp", Translated from "Izvestiya Akademi Nauk SSSR, Neorganicheskie Materialy", Vol. 4, No. 1, November, 1968
[Box 17, Folder 35] S.V. Nemilov and L.K. Shmatok, "Study of the Viscosity and Structure of Glasses of the System ZnO-La "2"O "3"-B "2"O "3" ", Translated from "Izvestiya Akademi Nauk SSSR, Neorganicheskie Materialy", November, 1968
[Box 17, Folder 36] E.H. Hamilton, R.M. Waxler and J.M. Nivert, Jr., "Properties of Zinc Borosilicate Glasses", Research paper 2930, "Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards", February, 1959
[Box 17, Folder 37] C. Hirayama and M.M. Rutter, "Dielectric Studies of Some Borate and Phosphate Glasses", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", August, 1959
Articles - Unspecified course - exp-multi-comp
[Box 17, Folder 38] E.Zh. Freidenfel'd, Z.P. Milberg and P.A. Tiss, "Study of Crystallization of Glass by the High-Frequency Conductivity Method", Rizhsk Polytechnical Institute. Translated from "Steklo Ikeramika", No. 11, November 1969
Articles - Unspecified course - Equipment
[Box 17, Folder 39] R. Reisfeld, E. Greenberg and S. Kraus, "The Determination of Dysprosium in Borate Glasses" "Anal. Chim. Acta. 51 -Short Communications", January, 1970
[Box 17, Folder 40] P.J. Bray, "Magnetic Resonance Studies of Bonding, Structure, and Diffusion in Crystalline and Vitreous Solids", "Interaction of Radiation with Solids", Conference proceedings of Cairo Solid State Conference at the American University in Cairo, September, 1966
Articles used for unspecified course, from a binder with labeled B "2"O "3".
[Box 18, Folder 1] H.W. Leidecker, T.A. Litovitz and P.B. Macedo, "N-State Models and the Vitreous State: The Interrelation of the Relaxational Properties of B "2"O "3" ", Technical Report Number 1 - Nooo14-68-A-0506-002, July, 1969
[Box 18, Folder 2] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part I", "The Glass Industry", March, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 3] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part II", "The Glass Industry", April, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 4] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part III", "The Glass Industry", May, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 5] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part IV", "The Glass Industry", June, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 6] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part V", "The Glass Industry", July, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 7] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part VI", "The Glass Industry", August, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 8] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part VII", "The Glass Industry", September, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 9] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part VIII", "The Glass Industry", October, 1948
[Box 18, Folder 10] W.A. Weyl, "Boric Oxide - Its Chemistry and Role in Glass Technology, Part IX", "The Glass Industry", 1948
[Box 18, Folder 11] J. Krogh-Moe, "Interpretation of the Infra-red Spectra of Boron Oxide and Alkali Borate Glasses", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 6, No. 2, April, 1965
[Box 18, Folder 12] J. Krogh-Moe, "The Structure of Vitreous and Liquid Boron Oxide", "Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", Vol. 1, 1969
[Box 18, Folder 13] R.R. Shaw and D.R. Uhlmann, "The Thermal Expansion of Alkali Borate Glasses and the Boric Oxide Anomaly", "Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", Vol. 1, 1969
[Box 18, Folder 14] R.R. Shaw and D.R. Uhlmann, "Effect of Phase Separation on the Properties of Simple Glasses - I. Density and Molar Volume", "Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids", Vol. 1, 1969
[Box 18, Folder 15] A. Bienenstock, A.S. Posner, and S. Block, "Radial Distribution Study of Vitreous Barium Borate", "Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards", Vol. 64A, No. 3, May - June, 1960
[Box 18, Folder 16] K.E. Kolb and K.W. Hansen, "Silica Structure in Borate Glass", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 48, No. 8, August, 1965
[Box 18, Folder 17] S.G. Bishop and P.J. Bray, "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Calcium Boroaluminate Glasses", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 7, No. 3, June, 1966
[Box 18, Folder 18] S. Greenblatt and P.J. Bray, "", ""
[Box 18, Folder 19] S. Greenblatt and P.J. Bray, "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Investigations of the Sysytem BaO-B "2"O "3" ", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 8, No. 5, October, 1967
[Box 18, Folder 20] P. Beekenkamp, "On the Structure of Glasses in the System K "2"O-B "2"O "3"-Al "2"O "3" ", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 9, No. 1, February, 1968
[Box 18, Folder 21] R.J. Charles and F. E. Wagstaff, "Metastable Immiscibility in the B "2"O "3"-SiO "2" System", "Journal of the American Ceramic Society", Vol. 51, No. 1, January, 1968
[Box 18, Folder 22] K. Ooka and , "Effects of Prior Neutron Irradiation on Stress Build-up in Glass Caused by Ultra-Violet Light", "Journal of Materials Science", Vol. 4, 1969
[Box 18, Folder 23] E.F. Riebling, "Germanate and Borate Glasses and Melts: Clarification of Several Recent Misconceptions", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 10., No. 5, October, 1969
[Box 18, Folder 24] S. Arafa and A. Bishay, "ESR and Optical Absorption Spectra of Irradiated Borate Glasses Containing Titanium", "Physics and Chemistry of Glasses", Vol. 11, No. 3, June, 1970

Creator

Davis, Robert F. (Robert Foster), 1942-

Quantity

7.25 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

18 archival box

Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff external link.

Language

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Acquisitions not known, but the assumption is that Davis himself gave the collection. Accessions record shows that it was a gift and was received from Davis. Sheet is dated 4-6-93. Inventory worksheet notes "Donor: not known - self probably"

Acquisitions Information

Gift of Robert F. Davis, 1993.

Processing

Processed by: Meredith R. Evans; machine-readable finding aid created by: Meredith R. Evans; Katherine M. Wisser

Scope and Content Note

The Robert F. Davis Papers was initially in binders with labeled dividers. This collection is arranged according to subject and/or type of document. This collection is divided into four series, mostly arranged according to subject. Included in the collection are professional correspondence (approx. 1973-1992) relating to Davis' responsibilities as professor and researcher, research notes and course materials for high school summer workshops and materials engineering classes taught by Davis (approx. 1971-1984) and numerous related articles (approx. 1932-1980). The Correspondence and High School Summer Workshop are arranged chronologically. The Course Material is arranged according to subject and the Articles are in original order according to subject.

The Correspondence series is a significant amount of letters that contains personal and professional correspondence. The second series, High School Summer Workshop includes paperwork, slides and photographs relating to this annual event. The third series, Course Materials encompasses educational lectures, research notes, exams and articles. The final series, Articles is the largest part of the collection that includes scientific articles and reports related to a variety of courses, some which are unidentified. The collection is divided among several topics pertaining to Material Engineering, specifically the technology concerning glass and ceramic processing, metal and alloys.

Biographical Note

Robert F. Davis is a native of Liberty, North Carolina. He received his Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering (1964) from North Carolina State University, Masters of Science in Ceramic Engineering (1966) from Pennsylvania State University and his Doctorate in Ceramic Engineering (1970) from University of California - Berkeley. After graduating, Davis worked as a research scientist at Corning Glass Works in Corning, New York and in 1972 joined the faculty of North Carolina State University.

Davis' honors and awards for teaching include: the Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor, (1995) and the Distinguished Lecturer of the Troisieme Cycle de la Physique en Suisse Romande (1995). His honors and awards for research include: the ALCOA Award for Research Performance in a Given Year (1983), American Ceramic Society Fellow (1984), ALCOA Distinguished Research Award (1987), NCSU Alumni sponsored Outstanding Research Award (1990), Kobe Steel Ltd. Distinguished University Professor (1993), ORNL Excellence in Publications Award (1993), Richard M. Fulrath Memorial Award - American Ceramic Society (1997), Collegiate Inventor of the Year (1999), R.J. Reynolds Award for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Outreach (1999) and Davis was a fellow of the North Carolina Japan Center. One of Davis' most recognized achievements was being elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) in the 2000-01 year for contributions in the development of silicon carbide and group III-nitrides as practical electronic materials for devices. An election to the academy remains one of the highest professional honors bestowed in the engineering disciplines. He was among 74 engineers and 8 foreign associates awarded NAE memberships that year. The award recognizes significant contributions to engineering theory and practice, and for pioneering advances in new and developing technologies.

Davis is internationally known with over 200 national and international publications ranging from articles to edited books. He has written in publications in Brazil, Canada, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, People's Republic of China, Portugal, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Yugoslavia/Slovenia. He also has over (50) fifty patents, patent applications and invention disclosures related to his field of Ceramic Engineering. His extensive research has led to collaborative efforts with a variety of departments, corporations and government agencies.

His research interests include the growth and characterization of semiconductors, ceramic thin films and ceramic coatings (for severe environments), kinetics and mechanisms of creep in ceramic materials, growth of unique pseudomorphic films, atomic layer epitaxy, metal-ceramic interface chemistry and adhesion science of metal, metal and ceramics and the mechanisms of plastic deformation in high technology ceramic materials. Davis' research teams have worked on projects that focus device-related research, the actual fabrication, characterization and control of working electronic, optoelectronic and electrical equipment and research involving coatings for employment as storage capacitors for next generation electrical vehicles, thermal and erosion barriers on selected components of turbine engines and for containing radioactive wastes.

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