Crystal garden grown using water glass Image credit: S. Horbury An aqueous solution of sodium silicate (Na2SiO3) – a concentrated, syrupy alkaline – made by fusing sodium carbonate with silica. It is used to preserve eggs, as a cement, i...
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water glass or soluble glass,colorless, transparent, glasslike substance available commercially as a powder or as a transparent, viscous solution in water. Chemically it is sodium silicate, potassium silicate, or a mixture of these. It is prepared by fusing sodium or potassium carbonate with sand or...
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Common name for sodium metasilicate (Na2SiO3). It is a colourless, jellylike substance that dissolves readily in water to give a solution used for preserving eggs and fireproofing porous materials such as cloth, paper, and wood. It is also used as an adhesive for paper and card...
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Water on Glass
"Water on Glass" is the third single by British singer Kim Wilde from her self titled album. A slightly different version of the song was featured on Wilde`s self-titled debut album. It was released in the UK, Ireland and The Netherlands only with the non-album track "Boys" on the B-Side. It just m...
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Water-glass or soluble glass is an aqueous solution of sodium or potassium silicate. Upon exposure to the air water-glass solidifies, and is used for painting frescoes, as a fire-retardant paint and for pickling eggs.
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Water-repellent glass (WRG) is a chemical film that is baked into the factory-fitted glass on the front, rear, and side windows of a vehicle to maintain proper visibility in wet weather. It is produced and patented by Volvo Cars. WRG claims to take water in the form of rain, mud, snow, sleet, or ic...
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heavy cut glassware produced in Waterford, Ire., from 1729. Waterford glass, particularly the early variety, is characterized by thick walls, deeply ... [1 related articles]
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