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Science of Glass

Science of Glass

Glass: A Class of its Own

Glass: A Class of its Own

How strong, stable, or versatile is glass? How is it made?  Where is it used?

Get the answers to these questions and more through an interactive website called Glass Class. The site focuses on 12 unique facts about glass, using an array of images and video clips to illustrate them. Learn how this this highly functional and visually stunning material is used as both a human craft and an advanced technology. From its chemical compounds to its superior strength, longevity, and transparency, discover how glass continues to reinvent itself and solve new problems.

Corning.com/GlassClass