Specific Heat and Thermal Expansion of Triglycine Sulfate-Porous Glass Nanocomposites

Mikhaleva, E. A.; Flerov, I. N.; Kartashev, A. V.; Gorev, M. V.; Molokeev, M. S.; Korotkov, L. N.; Rysiakiewicz-Pasek, E. PHYSICS OF THE SOLID STATE, 60 (7):1338-1343; 10.1134/S1063783418070181 JUL 2018

The effect of restricted geometry on specific heat capacity and thermal expansion of the triglycine sulfate (TGS)–borosilicate glass composites have been studied first. A decrease in the entropy and temperature of the P21P21/m phase transition in the TGS component with decreasing the glass matrix pore diameter at the invariable specific heat and thermal expansion coefficient has been observed. The estimates are indicative of the minor effect of internal pressure on the TGS pressure coefficient dTC/dp in the composites.