sodium silicate

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a viscous glass consisting of sodium silicate in solution

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Schmidt, "Hydrophobic waterglass based aerogels without solvent exchange or supercritical drying," Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, vol.
It will whisk you away to the new vistas of wonder and wisdom, then return you before the waterglass falling from your nightstand has time to hit the floor.
AS WE ARE SO WONDERFULLY DONE WITH EACH OTHER" As we are so wonderfully done with each other We can walk into our separate sleep On floors of music where the milkwhite cloak of childhood lies Oh my love, my golden lark, my long soft doll Your lips have splashed my dull house with prints of flowers My hands are crooked where they spilled over your dear curving It is good to be weary from that brilliant work It is being God to feel your breathing under me A waterglass on the bureau fills with morning .
My questions are, "what is waterglass, where is it obtained, and how do you use it?
Daniel Maclise's huge frieze-like murals painted on waterglass in the Houses of Parliament, 'The Meeting of Wellington and Blucher after the Battle of Waterloo' (1859-61) and 'The Death of Nelson' (completed in 1865) in the Royal Gallery of the House of Lords, enshrined for ever these two events in the nation's collective memory.
One of the pieces, Ravine, allows visitors to pass between two polished monoliths as water runs down them, while Waterglass is a single unbroken membrane of falling water wrapped around a circular enclosure, where visitors can look through the film.
We sealed the overshot wads with a few drops of waterglass (sodium silicate) that we bought at the local pharmacy, but frankly, we found low base paper shells much handier and much lighter to carry.