Mirrors are traditionally made out of a sheet of glass with a reflective surface coating applied to the back side of the glass. The reflective coating may be made from various materials, commonly silver and aluminum.
They don't have to be. Any surface that can be made very smooth can be used
as a mirror. Examples include water, ice, jello, several plastics, and several metals.
Glass with a metal coating on one side is the best combination of cheap, easy, and
durable, so it's by far the most often used for average household and portable use.
Er.. Glass? Glass are made out of sand heated at an extremely insanely high temperature and pressure.
they create the glass then heat it and then bend it and hold it there until it cools.
the different kinds of mirrors were the plane mirrors, curve mirrors or concave and convex mirror.
They can be made from the same reflective material. They both are able to curve.
Yes convex and concave mirrors are also known as spherical mirrors. If mercury coating is made on the convex side of the spherical then mirror is known as concave mirror. If mercury coating is made on the concave side the convex portion would reflect the light fallen so it is named as convex mirror. Actual just a small part of the sphere is taken out and this would act as the spherical mirror.
The security mirrors.
Nothing ,if it is made of mirrors there would be no light to reflect !
car mirrors made from carbon fiber by indian companies detail only
They were made out of sand.
Some are pleiglass but most are glass mirrors
they were made of clay and reads
I need mirrors for my new bathroom.My bathroom is quite big and i would like to know should I get bigger bathroom mirrors or not?And is there any online store that sells custom-made bathroom mirrors?
The Romans.And it was also made by accident.
Concave mirrors are made by bending the mirror edges to the outside. It has a rounded appearance. The mirror will make items look smaller, short or stubby .