liquid glass


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liquid glass

n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for water glass
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ALI from SmARTsy will be bringing liquid glass and frit glass to Bradgate Park for an Easter themed creativity workshop at the Visitor Centre on Friday, March 23.
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The HTC U11 is further designed to impress with a liquid glass surface that layers highly-refractive precious minerals across the phone's back cover.
The liquid glass finish makes it look like pottery - but it's a lot more durable.
The surface of coatings made of structural steel Ct3 was applied to 4 mm thickness of a powder mixed with 10% of liquid glass (Table).
The durability of the known silicate paints based on liquid glass and silicators is limited by the low water resistance of liquid glass, which is the main binder.
Most of the waste is stored in a facility in Rokkasho, a village in Aomori prefecture, where it is mixed with liquid glass and placed in canisters.
The two sculptures were constructed from a tower of assorted ceramic figurines over which liquid glass was poured and left to dry mid drip in suspended animation.
The utility firm hopes to prevent the further spread of contaminated water into the sea by building a liquid glass wall on the sea bank near the reactor and removing the contaminated water from the underground passage.
According to the report, Tepco will now be building a bank protection along the shore that will be strengthened with waterproof liquid glass to prevent the contaminated groundwater from reaching the sea.
In factories, liquid glass is poured into molds to make bottles, bowls, and other objects.