Thursday, September 05, 2013

Room temperature glass is not a liquid

I've said this before. Glass at room temperature is a solid. It shares some interesting characteristics with fluids, but it's a solid. It is not slowly flowing and that is absolutely not why old windows are thicker at the bottom.

It's more solid than lead.

Read this:

Does Glass Flow?

 and this

A Common Misconception

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