Alfred Margaryan

“Ligands and Modifiers in Vitreous Materials: Spectnoscopy of condensed Systems”

Publisher: World Scientific, Singapore, New Jersey, London, Honk Hong 1999




1.      C.A. Angell, “Formation of Glasses from Liquids and Biopolymers,” Science 267 (1995) 1924.


2.      C.A. Angell, “Fragility and Energy Landscapes for Classical Glass Forming Systems,” in Papers of 18th International

         Congress on Glass (San Francisco, July 5-10, 1998).


3.      F.H. Stillinger, “A Topographic view of Supercooled Liquids and Glass-formation,” Science 267 (1995) 1935.


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         Crystalline Solids, 205-207 (1996) 480.


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6.      G.N. Greaves, W. Smith, E. Giulotto and E. Pantos, “Local structure, microstructure and glass properties,” J. Non-

         Crystalline Solids, 222 (1997) 13.


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        forming Station (Nauka Press, Leningrad, 1965) p. 45.


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16.    A. Jha, “Glass forming Tendency and Rheological Behavior of Halide Melts,” in Papers of 18th International Congress

        on Glass (San Francisco, July 5-10 (1998).


17.   A. Akella, E.A. Downing and L. Hesselink, “New Fluoroindate glass compositions,” J. Non-Crystalline Solids, 213, 214

        (1997) 1.


18.  A.B. Seddon, “Chalcohalides:  Glass forming Systems and Progress in application of Percolation Theory,” J. Non-

       Crystalline Solids, 213, 214 (1997) 22.


19.  T. Kondratowics, “Structure and Properties of Oxide-Nitride Glasses,” in Papers of 18th International Congress on

       Glass (San Francisco, July 5-10, 1998).


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22.  T. Egami, “The atomic structure of aluminum based metallic glasses and universal criterion for glass-formation,” J. Non-

       Crystalline Solids 205-207 (1996) 575.


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       Leningrad, S.I. Vavilov State Optical Institute, 1968).


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       (Nauka Press, Moscow, 1972).


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34.  C.K. Yorgensen, Absorption Spectra and Chemical Bonding in Complexes (Pengamon Press, Oxford, 1962).


35.  H.B. Gray, Electrons and Chemical Bonding (W.A. Benjamin Inc. Press, New York, Amsterdam, 1965).


36.  R.S. Mulliken, “Electronic Structures of Polyatomic Molecules and Valence,” J. Phys. Rev. 40 (1932) 55.


37.  Y. Tanabe and S. Sugano, “On the Absorption Spectra of Complex Ions,” Part I, J. Phys. Soc. Japan 9 (1954) 753.


38.  Y. Tanabe and S. Sugano, “On the Absorption Spectra of Complex Ions,” Part II, J. Phys. Soc. Japan 9 (1954) 766.


39.  K. Fajans, “Struktur und Deformation der Elektronenhullen in Ihrer Bedeutung fur die Chemishen und Optischen

       Eigenschaften Anorganisher Verbindungen,” Naturwiss. Bd11

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40.  C.H. Langford and H.B. Gray, Ligand Substitution Processes (W.A. Benjamin Inc. Press, New York, Amsterdam, 1965).


41.  L.E. Orgel, “Spectra of Transition Metal Complexes,” J. Chem. Phys. 23 (1955) 1004.


42.  C.E. Schaffer and C.K. Yorgensen, “The Nephelauxetic Series of Ligands Corresponding to Increasing Tendency of

       Partly Covalent Bonding,” J. Inong. Nuel. Chem. 8 (1958)


43.  C.K. Yorgensen, “The Nephelauxetic Series,” Progr. Inong. Chem. 4 (1962) 73.


44.  A.A. Margaryan and M.G. Manvelyan, Spectroscopy of Activated Fluoroberyllate Glasses (in Russian) (Hayastan

       Press, Yerevan, 1974).


45.  A.A. Margaryan, “Influence of Nature Chemical Bonds on the Spectroscopic Properties in Activated Glasses,” Armenian

       Chem. Jour. 23 (1970) 790.


46.  A.A. Margaryan, A.L. Gregoryan and A.M. Kuradzhyan, “Spectra of Absorption, Luminescence and EPR of the

       Beryllium Fluorine Glasses, Activated by Divalence Manganese,”

       Armenian Chem. Jour., 22 (1969) 969.

47.  A.A. Margaryan, “Chemical Bonds and Spectroscopy of the Activated Inorganic Glasses,” in Papers of the Conf. Young

       Scientists of the Inst. General and Inorganic Chem.

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48.  B.T. Allen, “Zero-Field Splitting Parameter of the Mn2+ Ion in Glassy and Polycrystalline Media,” J. Chem Phys. 43

       (1965) 3820.


49.  B.T. Allen and D.W. Nebert, “Hyperfine Structure in ESR Spectrum of the Manganous Ion in Frozen Solutions,” J.

       Chem. Phys. 41 (1964) 1983.


50.  A.A. Margaryan, “An Electron Spin Resonance Investigation of Vitreous and Crystalline Modifications of Germanium

       Dioxide,” J. Mater, Science Letters 10 (1991) 1425.


51.  A.A. Margaryan and M.A. Piliavin, Germanate Glasses:  Structure, Spectroscopy and Properties (Artech House Inc.

       Press, Boston, London, 1993) p. 39.


52.  A.A. Margaryan, Germanate Glasses (in Russian) (Hayastan press, Yerevan, 1988).


53.  A.A. Margaryan and Wai Min Liu, “Prospects of Using Germanium Dioxide Based Glasses for Optics,” J. Optic,

       Engineering 32 (1993) 1995.


54.  A.A. Margaryan, Spectrochemistry, Properties and Structure of Glasses on the Basis BeF2, P2O5 and GeO2, Activated

       by Mn2+, Thesis of Doct. Diss, Leningrad, 1985.


55.  A.A. Margaryan and Wai Min Liu, “Vitreous Modification of Germanium Dioxide in Optics,” in Papers World Optics Conf.

      (Shangha, China, 30 Aug. 3 Sept. 1993).


56.  A.A. Margaryan and M.G. Manvelyan, “EPR Studies of the Structure of Isotropic and Anisotropic Modifications of

      Germanium Dioxide,’ Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR 219 (1974) 145.


57.  A.A. Margaryan and A.L. Gregoryan, “EPR Studies of the Structure of Glass forming and Crystalline GeO2, Activated

       by Mn2+,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Inorg. Mat. 12 (1976) 1411.


58.  A.A. Margaryan, “Peculiarities in the Structure of Isotropic and Anisotropic GeO2 Modifications,” in Proceedings from

       the III Conf. Inong. Chem. (University Press, Yerevan, 1975) 31.


59.  K.L. Keester and W.B. White, “Crystal Field Spectra and Chemical Bonding in Manganese Minerals,” in Papers and

       Proc. 5th Gen. Meet. Intern. Mineral Assoc., Cambridge 1966 (London, 1968) 22.


60.  J.C.M. Henning, “Covalency and Hyperfine Structure of 3d5 Ions in Crystal Fields,” J. Phys. Letters A24 (1967) 40.


61.  C.J. Ballhausen, Introduction to Ligand Field Theory (McGraw-Hill Press, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, London,



62.  A.A. Margaryan, “Change of Several Spectroscopic Parameters of Mn2+ in the Crystalline and Glass forming

       Aggregations,” in Papers of VII Conf. Inorgan. Chem. (University Press, Yeravan, 1982) 126.


63.  J.W. Stout, “Absorption Spectrum of Manganous Fluoride,” J. Chem. Phys. 31 (1959) 709.


64.  S.G. Lunter and A.A. Margaryan, “Spectroscopic Investigation of the Beryllium Fluorine Glasses, Activated by

       Divalence Manganese,” in Spectroscopy of Solid State (Nauka Press, Leningrad, 1969) 221.


65.  A.A. Margaryan, M.G. Manvelyan, S.S. Karapetyan, A.L. Gregoryan and A.A. Kozmanyan, “Spectroscopy of Mn2+ in

       the Fluorophosphate Glasses,” Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR 221 (1975) 665.


66.  A.A. Margaryan, “Spectrochemistry, Properties and Structure of Glasses on the Basis Beryllium Fluorine, Oxides

       Phosphorus and Germanium, Activated by Mn2+,” (Doct. Diss. Leningrad Technological Institute, Leningrad, 1985).


67.  S.G. Lunter, G.O. Karapetyan and D.M. Yudin, “Spectroscopic Properties of Glasses, Activated by Manganese,” Izv.

       Akad. Nauk SSSR, Phys. Ser., 31 (9167) 811.


68.  A.V. Amosov, N.M. Bokin, I.M. Vasserman, V.K. Zakharov, T.I. Prokhorova, V.P. Prianishnikov and D.M. Yudin, “Optical

       Spector of Co2+ in the Quartz and Glass forming Silica,” in Spectroscopy of Crystals (Nauka Press, Leningrad, 1973)



69.  D.T. Sviridov. R.K. Sviridova and Y.F. Smirnov, Optical Spectra of Transition Metals Ions in the Crystals (Nauka Press,

       Moscow, 1976).


70.  H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem and D. Ehrt, “Relationship between Local Structure of Glasses and Spectroscopic Properties

       of Eu3+ and Tb3+ Ions,” in Papers of 18th International Congress on Glass (San Francisco, July 5-10, 1998).


71.  H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem and D. Ehrt, “Spectroscopic Properties of Eu3+ and Tb3+ ions for Local Structure

       Investigations of Fluoride Phosphate and Phosphate Glasses,” J. Non-Crystalline Solids, 208 (1996) 205.


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