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What is the viscosity of molten glass?
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Asked in Geology, Earth Sciences
What is the viscosity of rocks and of metal when they are molten?
Asked in Chemistry
When a glass blower shapes molten glass into an ornament does a chemical reaction occur?
Asked in RuneScape
How do you make glass in RuneScape?
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What is the difference between viscosity and volcanic erutions?
Asked in History of the United States
Why did they call glass makers flints?
* Battledore - a flat wooden paddle used to shape molten glass objects * Blowpipe - a long, hollow, rod that shaped glass objects * Caliper - used to measure the size of a molten glass object * Crucible - a fire-resistant clay pot in which glassmaking objects were melted * Lehr - a special oven used to strengthen the glassware * Pincers - pliers used to stretch and squeeze glass * Pontil - a long metal rod connected to a molten glass object to help hold it * Pucellas - tongs used to twist and stretch a molten glass object * Shears - scissors for cutting and trimming a molten glass object
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How do you make a bullseye lantern in RuneScape?
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How doe you make glass like is it made from ice or rocks or what?
Asked in Physics, Pollution, Waste and Recycling
How long does it take glass to decompose in a landfill site?
Asked in Science, Fluid Dynamics
Does oil have high viscosity or low?
Answer #1: High ================ Answer #2: There you go again. Compared to what ? "High" and "low" are two more 'rubber words' ... words that mean different things to different people all the time, and can even mean different things to the same people at different times or in different situations. Oil has high viscosity compared to water and rubbing alcohol, and low viscosity compared to molasses and molten glass.
Asked in Glassblowing and Glass Production
What are the tools used in glass blowing?
Some tools they used were: Battledore - a flat wooden paddle used to shape molten glass objects Blowpipe - a long, hollow, rod that shaped glass objects Caliper - used to measure the size of a molten glass object Crucible - a fire-resistant clay pot in which glassmaking objects were melted Lehr - a special oven used to strengthen the glassware Pincers - pliers used to stretch and squeeze glass Pontil - a long metal rod connected to a molten glass object to help hold it Pucellas - tongs used to twist and stretch a molten glass object Shears - scissors for cutting and trimming a molten glass object Pliers These tools are what you would see when you walk in a glassblowers workshop. These tools are the main tools.
Asked in Seaweed
On RuneScape what does seaweed do?
seaweed is used to produce molten glass. First, you must burn the sea weed via a fire or a stove, producing soda ash. Soda ash + a bucket of sand = molten glass. This molten glass can be shaped into many different objects by using a glassblowing pipe. Molten glass making is actually a very good way to make money, because people level their crafting fast by buying molten glass without going through the motions to make it, thus making it in high demand. Catherby general store gives 80 seaweed per day at 2 gp each everyday if you talk to the owner of it located at the docks. The hand in the sand quest allows Bert to give you 150 free buckets of sand everyday. This can give you about 25k of income just selling the seaweed and sand, but xp can be gained and reasonable profit as well if you take the time to make the molten glass. Molten glass is also used in the Construction skill.