Friday 27 January 2023

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Friday 27 January 2023

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    From antiquity to space probes: the evolution of glass on display in Padua

    The closing ceremony of the International Year of Glass, held on Wednesday 14 December at the United Nations Glass Palace, did not interrupt the projects aimed at witnessing and celebrating the greatness of a timeless material. In line with Alicia's engaging invitation Durán, president of the UN International Year...

    We know fiberglass

    Fiberglass is an insulating material widely used in the electronics and electrical devices sector.It is also commonly called epoxy glass and vetronite, although ...

    Glass tubes

    The glass tube boasts various uses of considerable importance so as to be considered one of the fundamental products of glass production. The tube and ...

    Empoli, the city of glass

    Empoli, an important Tuscan city located a few kilometers from Florence is known for the production of glass, a very ancient activity that has developed ...

    Laboratory glassware

    We know what the term glassware or laboratory glassware means. It simply means a series of objects and equipment, traditionally made of glass, used ...

    NEON: The cold cathode lamp is more than 100 years old

    The discovery was made in 1675 by the French astronomer Jean Picard who noticed a slight light at the top of a glass tube, which formed the end ...

    Mason jar: made in the usa but used all over the world

    What is the name of the common glass jar, with a metal lid, in which we are used to seeing preserves, syrups and honey, or still ...

    Melting furnaces for glass production

    Two types of furnaces are currently used for the production of glass: crucible or tank furnaces and basin furnaces. THE...

    We know fiberglass

    Fiberglass or VTR, is a type of glass-reinforced plastic, in the form of fabrics or TNT (non-woven fabric, randomly oriented fiber felt) impregnated with thermosetting resins, generally liquid ...

    Glass artifacts: their history

    The history of glass and its processing is very ancient: every time when we use a jug or a glass, we should remember the millenary tradition! To choose...

    The Altare glass museum

    The culture of glass in Altare has very ancient roots: the first furnaces for glass processing date back to the 1495th century, while from XNUMX ...

    The wired glass

    Glass is a material used for numerous building processes. New solutions have been developed capable of significantly reinforcing the resistance ...

    Dichroic glass: XNUMXth century special effects

    Dichroic glass is a glass containing micro-layers of metal oxides which give the glass thus treated particular optical properties and an iridescent appearance. This type of artifact is ...