Vitrification

Glass transition or vitrification refers to the transformation of a glass-forming liquid into a glass, which usually occurs upon rapid cooling. It is a dynamic phenomenon occurring between two distinct states of matter, liquid and glass, each with different physical properties. Glass is commonly made using silica and an alkali which is turned into a hard substance using heat fusion. Glass is commonly made using silica and an alkali which is turned into a hard substance using heat fusion.



 

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12/28/2016
FWA: An Evening at Macklowe Gallery

Members and guests of the FWA (Financial Women's Association) enjoyed an exclusive cocktail reception and a one-of-a kind Gilded Age experience at the esteemed Macklowe Gallery, located at 667 Madison Avenue. More>>

9/13/2016
Heavenly Bodies. The Sun, Moon and Stars in Jewellery

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