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Shots Fired Through Glass & Glass Fractures
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Glass “A super-cooled liquid” General composition: SiO2, CaO, Na2CO3, metal oxides (Soda-Lime); borosilicate (industrial) Mfr.: Float (plate), molding, pressing, blowing Types: Tempered, laminated, plate Identification: mechanical fit; physical, instrumental testing Hot stage Monochromater GRIM 2 Variability of physical properties
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Tempered glass is required in automobile rear and side windows. Tempered glass consists of a single piece of glass with stress within the surface and edges. A compensating stress is presented within the interior. This is accomplished most often thermally (heating nearly to melt, then quickly cooling). Tempered glass fractures into more or less a mosaic pattern with no sharp edges. Distinction from non-tempered thru annealing
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Antique Car Side Glass
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course CJUS 3000 taught by Professor Hueske during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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