soda lime silicate


soda lime silicate
glass family: good chemical durability, electrical insulator at Troom, transparent in the visible region of the spectrum, high thermal expansion coefficient, poor thermal shock resistance, its low cost leads to its extensive use

Mechanics glossary. 2013.

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