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STACKED SHEETS OF GLASS<br />
Silicate Glass Microscope Slides<br />
SiO2, silicon dioxide, in its crystalline form is silica or quartz. When heated to melting point and quickly cooled it becomes an amorphous solid which is glass. Sodium carbonate is added during melting to toughens the glass for daily use.

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STACKED SHEETS OF GLASS
Silicate Glass Microscope Slides
SiO2, silicon dioxide, in its crystalline form is silica or quartz. When heated to melting point and quickly cooled it becomes an amorphous solid which is glass. Sodium carbonate is added during melting to toughens the glass for daily use.

Copyright:© 2004 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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