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For a gas species with a high solubility and diffusion in the melt, the transfer from the bubbles to the melt can be very efficient. Especially for bubbles of a diameter of 1-3 cm, it is possible to almost saturate the melt (about 70-80 % of saturation) by intense bubbling. About 100 bubbles per kg melt are required to achieve this saturation level. A gas species which fulfils the requirement of high solubility and diffusion in a silicate melt is helium. Although during the helium bubbling process about 25 % of the dissolved CO2 will be stripped and about 50 % of the nitrogen, the other gas concentrations are not very much affected.
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Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass III, Volume 141