The properties of the Lime-soda Glasses
T222-T227 (6 pages)
The glasses of which sand, lime, and soda are the chief components are by far the most important in commerce, and for this reason several studies have previously been made of some of their properties. In previous papers published from this Department, particularly in respect to the durability of glass, some information has been forthcoming both in regard to the effect of lime, and of certain other constituents. A series of systematic inquiries has been begun of the properties of glasses and their dependence on the composition. The commercial importance of the lime-soda glasses naturally suggests them as the first type for study.
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