Plexiglas weighs less
The type of glass most commonly used is Plexiglas which is an acrylic polymer. Another type used as an alternative to Plexiglas is polycarbonate.
Yes, not only is Plexiglas completely recyclable, it is also extremely durable. This type of glass is not recycled with standard glass but can be taken to most recycling centers.
Plexiglass can be used in place of glass. It is durable and clear just as glass. You can find plexiglass in varying thicknesses.
If it is regular glass then it will probably shatter it. If it is Plexiglas or another form of reinforced glass it may not shatter it.
"Plexiglas" (acrylic resin) is a "plastic".
There are two types of glass:Tempered glass - The sides of the rink (as well as the team benches and penalty boxes) are lined with seamless, tempered glass.Tempering is an annealing process, involving successive heating and cooling, and makes glass harder and less brittle.Plexiglas - The ends of the rink are lined with Plexiglas -- acrylic plastic sheets.The Plexiglas sheets are fitted together with supports that are mounted on the outside edge of the boards, so they don't interfere with play.Source: http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/ice-rink3.htm
Glass can break easily, and can get marks and scratches
yes it is is a physical property
Depends on the application. Glass can shatter, but is more resistant to scratches. Polycarbonate is lighter, doesn't shatter or crack easily, but has a fairly soft surface that scratches easily.
Toothpaste is better used to remove scratches from a CD or DVD disk,, for a glass watch,I would a special polish's for glass. First try a auto parts store.
Plexiglas has it's own special glues. Available where you buy plexiglas.
scratch it against glass if the glass scratches its diamond
Almost any epoxy cement or silicone will glue marble to plexiglas.
if is scratched by fingernail is a1 if scratched by acoin is a 3 if scratches a glass a 5 if easily by a knife a 7 if knife Barely scratches a 9 if scratches a knife a 10
scratches on glass appear to be sort of white, so when you tint your windows dark the white shows up even more, so no window tint will not hide scratches.
No, it is perfectly safe! Unless your glass breaks then your F****D basically!
a peice of glass scratches topaz maia Davis
Slightly taller rims I believe, and Plexiglas backboards as opposed to regular glass, which ran the risk of being broken.
A plexiglas box is a light transparent weather resistant thermoplastic container.
I found a company that makes a few different products for glass and Plastic. They are Janvil. Their site is htp://www.janvil.com
You can verify a diamond by taking it to a jeweler, who can verify which stone you're using to scratch glass.