Glass Chemistry

Besides to usage of ceramics in laboratories glass [glassware] also used in the different laboratories. Other places where glass is used include windscreens of cars, windows in houses, furniture, television sets, soft drink bottles, water drinking glass, and spectacles

Glass is an amorphous solid material that exhibits a glass transition.  It is a state of matter in which the atoms and molecules are locked into place, but instead of forming neat, orderly crystals, they arrange themselves randomly.

Glass is having similarity with ceramics in terms of their properties like durability, strength and brittleness, high electrical and thermal resistance, and lack of chemical reactivity. Read More

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