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a salt of boric and silicic acids

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Newly launched for spring 2017 is Zieher's 'Eddy' collection, made of extremely robust and high-grade borosilicate glass. This type of glass, which stands out due to its dense structure, extraordinary transparency and hardness, is a precondition for introversive swirl elements which, in an interplay with light and the contained beverage, creates visually interesting colour reflections and almost graphic effects, adding artistic elements to any dining or entertainining setting.
Enhancing the beer drinking experience, Epare introduced its double-walled beer glasses and tumblers made of borosilicate glass, and Magisso, known for its cooling ceramics, introduced its Cool-ID Tumbler for a variety of beverages, including wine.
Porvair Sciences' glass vial storage plate combines 96 borosilicate glass vials of 700 [micro]L into a rigid polypropylene carrier microplate to provide a solution for storage and transportation applications.
A collection of double-walled borosilicate glass cups will be coming in March.
The choice of a bottle and a dip tube made of borosilicate glass enhances the quality of the product in addition to preserving the formula.
The acquired business, which will change name to International Cookware with immediate effect, operates the world's largest borosilicate glass facility for the manufacture of heat and thermal shock resistant glass.
Precision Glass & Optics (PG&O) offers an extensive variety of in-stock glass substrates, including the robust Schott Supremax 33, a rolled sheet borosilicate glass used for applications that require low thermal expansion, high thermal resistance, and low density (12% lighter than soda lime glass).
As a magnetic matrix we are going to use the so-called magnetic porous glass obtained by chemical etching of two-phase sodium borosilicate glass doped by hematite ([alpha]-[Fe.sub.2][O.sub.3]).
IR spectra of various (PbBi)Ti[O.sub.3] borosilicate glass samples doped with [La.sub.2][O.sub.3] are shown in Figures 3(a), 3(b), 3(c), 3(d), 3(e), and 3(f).
It will be forged from chunks of borosilicate glass subjected to temperatures of 2,140 degrees Fahrenheit inside a rotating furnace at the University of Arizona's Steward Observatory Mirror Lab in Tucson.
As water travels through the machine via borosilicate glass tubing system, it maintains optimum temperature for brewing.
Other topics include preparing and characterizing modified biphasic calcium phosphate ceramics, determining surface free energy and contact angle for hydrolyzed shellac, structural and textural properties of marine mollusc shell, fabricating dental ceramics with a silicon nitride core and a borosilicate glass veneer, and the stability of anthocyanin from mulberry extracts in alginate microspheres at high temperature.
To its credit, Termisil is the only glass manufacturer in Poland, as well as one of only two glassware companies in central and eastern Europe, to produce heat-resistant borosilicate glass.
* A borosilicate glass cylinder and graphite piston technology.
All Hobie sunglass models in the Heritage Collection feature HydroClean technology, which is composed of high-quality, lightweight Borosilicate glass coated with Hobie's polarized film technology, then enhanced with hydrophobic and anti-reflective coatings to shed water, dust and reflections.