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A Re-evaluation of the Physiochemistry of Glass on the Basis of Recent Developments and its Relevance to the Glass Industry. / Veer, Fred; Bristogianni, Telesilla; Justino de Lima, Clarissa.

Proceedings of the Challenging Glass Conference 6 (CGC 6): International Conference on the Architectural and Structural Application of Glass. ed. / Christian Louter; Freek Bos; Jan Belis; Fred Veer; Rob Nijsse. Delft University of Technology, 2018. p. 769-776.

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Harvard

Veer, F, Bristogianni, T & Justino de Lima, C 2018, A Re-evaluation of the Physiochemistry of Glass on the Basis of Recent Developments and its Relevance to the Glass Industry. in C Louter, F Bos, J Belis, F Veer & R Nijsse (eds), Proceedings of the Challenging Glass Conference 6 (CGC 6): International Conference on the Architectural and Structural Application of Glass. Delft University of Technology, pp. 769-776, Challenging Glass 6, Delft, Netherlands, 17/05/18. https://doi.org/10.7480/cgc.6.2197

APA

Veer, F., Bristogianni, T., & Justino de Lima, C. (2018). A Re-evaluation of the Physiochemistry of Glass on the Basis of Recent Developments and its Relevance to the Glass Industry. In C. Louter, F. Bos, J. Belis, F. Veer, & R. Nijsse (Eds.), Proceedings of the Challenging Glass Conference 6 (CGC 6): International Conference on the Architectural and Structural Application of Glass (pp. 769-776). Delft University of Technology. https://doi.org/10.7480/cgc.6.2197

Vancouver

Veer F, Bristogianni T, Justino de Lima C. A Re-evaluation of the Physiochemistry of Glass on the Basis of Recent Developments and its Relevance to the Glass Industry. In Louter C, Bos F, Belis J, Veer F, Nijsse R, editors, Proceedings of the Challenging Glass Conference 6 (CGC 6): International Conference on the Architectural and Structural Application of Glass. Delft University of Technology. 2018. p. 769-776 https://doi.org/10.7480/cgc.6.2197

Author

Veer, Fred ; Bristogianni, Telesilla ; Justino de Lima, Clarissa. / A Re-evaluation of the Physiochemistry of Glass on the Basis of Recent Developments and its Relevance to the Glass Industry. Proceedings of the Challenging Glass Conference 6 (CGC 6): International Conference on the Architectural and Structural Application of Glass. editor / Christian Louter ; Freek Bos ; Jan Belis ; Fred Veer ; Rob Nijsse. Delft University of Technology, 2018. pp. 769-776

BibTeX

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