Why always platinum is fused into glass?
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Asked in Chemistry
What is the Common material that contains fused SiO2?
How can you melt fused silica?
Fused silica has 2 meanings: previously fused silica and presently fused silica. Previously fused silica is fused by heating it to its melting point. This can be done in crucible in a furnace. Presently fused silica is already hot and fused. Note: melted silica is probably a conductor, at least melted glass is a conductor.
Asked in Physics
In which material is the velocity of light greatest 1 air 2 water 3 crown glass 4 fused quartz?
The velocity of light travelling through a material relates to the index of refraction of that material. In this group, air has the lowest index of refraction, follow by water, fused quartz, and crown glass. This means like travels the fastest through air, then water, then fused quarts, and finally glass.
Asked in Geology, Earth Sciences, Planet Venus
How did we find out that sand could be turned into glass?
Asked in Magic and Illusions
What is the best trick in the criss angel platinum magic kit?
Asked in Science
What is the most common source of quartz used in making glass is?
Asked in Car Fuses and Wiring
What is a drop out fuse?
A drop out fuse is a type of slump fuse where the glass is placed on a ring with an open center that is supported by blocks to create an inside area for the glass to "drop" into. The glass usually starts out as a round flat "plate" of glass that has been full fused, or fused to around 1500 degrees where the layers of glass become one solid piece. The glass is placed so that the outside edge of the glass, is just inside the outside edge of the ring. The glass is then fired to slump temperatures, around 1300 degrees or to the temperature where the unsupported glass on the inside of the ring will begin to flow down into a bowl shape and held there until the desired drop is achieved.