Glasses and glass-ceramics produced by melting

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This line includes the design and development of tight sealing for metallic and ceramic components in applications such us fuel cells (MCFC and SOFC), batteries and gas separation devices, low temperature sealing with high chemical resistance, phosphate and oxynitride phosphate glasses as solid electrolytes for Li-batteries, controlled crystallisation processes, and nanostructure glass-ceramics for photonic applications, Nd laser glasses, modification of melting process for energy saving and lower emissions in glass furnaces, archaeometry and conservation of historical glass.

Sealing glasses and glass-ceramics for ceramic and metallic components

The group has a wide experience in sealing glasses and glass-ceramics for ceramic and metallic components of very different nature and in applications that go from room temperature use to very high temperatures and extreme atmospheres.One major challenges for the [...]

Glass-ceramics for optics and photonics

Rare-earth (RE) doped oxyfluoride glass-ceramics possess interesting optical properties with application in telecommunications and optoelectronics. These materials combine the transparency and mechanical and chemical resistance of aluminosilicate glasses with the low phonon energy and facile incorporation of RE ions [...]

Industrial collaboration: energy saving and food safety

Energy saving is an essential goal of energy intensive industrial processes, including glass melting processes. There is a strong interaction and collaboration with glass producers to enhance the efficiency of melting processes by different routes. We analyze the effect [...]

Archaeometry and conservation of historical glass

Stained-glass windows and glass objects are related to luxurious objects along the history and their study offers a unique opportunity to understand this important heritage and to prevent their decay. This research line, launched by the ComFuturo research project EnViCET, [...]

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