The word sand is the noun. The word melted is an adjective describing the sand.
Sand melted in a furnace.
There are different kinds of sand which produce different kinds of glass when melted, but sand can certainly produce a green glass when melted by lightning.
Yes, sand can be melted at sufficiently high temperatures.
Sand that is melted.
== == Fulgurites.
Glass is made out of melted sand.
Sand that has been melted by lightning is called fulgurite.
glass is sand that's been melted and squished i think
Glass cames from sand which was melted into Glass.
glass sand is just natural sand except it is cleaned before turned into molten (liquid sand) so just pure sand is melted xx SPOON !!!
sand cannot be melted because it is a carbon compound but it can be changed into fused state but at a very high temperature which is not possible to raise
Glass contain not only melted sand but also other compounds forming new compounds.
Not exactly. Sand contains silica which is one of the most abundant compounds on earth. The sand is melted down and molded into glass. One notable difference, though is that in sand the silica is crystalline while in glass it is amorphous.
Glass is created from sand being melted by the sun, then after it melts it turns into glass. That is why there is glass on the beach because the sand turns into glass.
Yes, glass is made by melting glass and then blowing it into a bubble with a long tube. After the bubble dries. It is glass.
Sand can be melted by bringing its temperature to over 4,000 degrees F. With controlled cooling, the molten sand will turn into a glass. Sand can also be glassified by lightning strike, nuclear explosion, or meteor impact.
silica, also known as sand
glass is melted sand, therefore as far as i know, cannot be made of coal.
As far as anyone can tell... yes. There has not yet been found an example of glass that is not glass. I say nay, glass is melted sand, so glass is sand.
Both glass and concrete contain sand. Sand is melted to make glass. It is mixed with aggregate (gravel) portland cement and water to make concrete.
Glass is made when several minerals are melted together at high temperatures. Silica (the main ingredient) in the form of sand is combined with soda ash and limestone and is melted in a furnace at 1700°C. Other materials can be added to create different colour properties.