Sol-Gel Method as a Basic for Getting of New Classes of the Glassy, Glass-Ceramic Covering and Composition Materials
Quality Management Systems Based upon ISO-9000 Standards in Enterprises of the Republic of Armenia Earlier Manufactured Military Products, with the Aim to Create Favorable Conditions for their Re-Profiling and Export Promotion of Civil Products
Development of High-Silica Glasses and High-Temperature Coatings Based Thereon for the Oxidation Protection Used in Technics of High Temperatures
Fusible, Environmentally Sound Glasses, Seal Glasses and Glass Frits on the Basis of Boron-Phosphate Systems
Designing and Synthesis of Glass-Solders with Prescribed Properties
Super-Ionic Conductors on the Basis of Multi-Component Chalcogenide Glasses
Development of Coverings for High-Temperature (up to 1800 C) Protection of Construction Materials
#A-1503Direct-heating Skull Furnace
Development of a Mathematical Model of a Direct-heating Skull Furnace for High-melting Glass Production
The Technology of Manufacturing of High Thermal-Shock Resistant Ceramics
Development of Electro-Melting Technique of Glasses Containing Volatile and Chemical Reducible Agents
#A-1945Glasses for microelectronics
Development of Glasses and Compositions with Possible Low Content of High-Toxic Components for Microelectronics
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