The internet likes to give a variety of answers, some of which contradict others, so I'll leave it to the wonderful people of TSR to answer (if people do) mainly because I'm struggling!
In terms of microstructure etc, why are materials good insulators, and what properties lead them to be useful in their use as (my English seems to be failing me...) windows?
If you use any sources, if you could include them - that would be awesome! But if you can't find/it's from your head/you just can't be bothered, don't worry about including.
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Why is glass suitable for windows etc watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-01-2017 22:01
- 14-01-2017 22:05
It's transparent, more so than any plastic alternative plus when It breaks it shatters loudly deterring thieves as it's incredibly sharp when It fragments.