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Johnston and A. J. Chelko 53 used analytical and spectrophotometric (adsorption) methods in the near-infrared range for a study of the diffusion mechanism of H 2, applied onto the staining of glass fibers of 15 to 50 μ in diameter and of slabs. A full discussion of the diffusion mechanism by H 2, the reducible ions acting as immobile traps was attempted. The absence of reduction effects by CO made evident in the experiments of Johnston and Chelko is a consequence of too low a product of the dielectric constant, multiplied with the constant for Henry's law (Dgk) in the trapping effect.
56] 33 SULFATE REACTIONS IN GLASS BATCHES 55. The glass-forming system K 2 0 - K 2 S 0 4 - S i 0 2 is in its equilibrium conditions for 1300°C, according to E. Raask and R. Jessop 91 rather similar to that of the N a 2 0 — N a 2 S 0 4 — S i 0 2 diagram discussed above. 13 for the molar fraction. Observation of the mixing process and the behavior of the two-liquid phases in droplets under the heating microscope is particularly instructive. 56. An extensive calculation of the activities for N a 2 0 in molten Na 2So 4 and Na silicate melts was presented by St.
Meier zu Kocker and J. Brandt. 1 03 The apparatus used for such experiments makes possible the rapid analytical determination of N 2 , 0 2 , and S 0 3 in the gases, the correlation to the sulfur content of the fuel oil and of the heating system of the furnace, and their interaction with the glass melt surface. Special methods were elaborated for the control of sulfite and sulfate formation by heterogeneous gas reactions in the furnace atmosphere immediately above the glass melt surface. However, only the gravimetric determination of S 0 2 and S 0 3 in the glass could reliably gauge the absorption of sulfur in the glass, and in combination with the S 0 2 and S 0 3 content in the combustion gas atmosphere.