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HIGH-TEMPERATURE RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY As compared with borate crystal structures that can be determined by Xray or neutron diffractive method, the borate melt structures have not been solved very well. In order to avoid experimental difficulties associated with high-temperature conditions, investigators predominantly used borate glasses as the proxies for the borate melts based on the conjecture that a glass structure is closely analogous to the melt structure from which it was quenched [13]. However, this method is still debatable because a glass structure only represents the super-cooled melt structure that has undergone a cooling and a glass transition process before the melt transforms to the glass.

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