Japanese scientists develop “unbreakable” glass from alumina
Published: Monday, 02 November 2015
Scientists have created a new containerless processing technique to create a new type of glass made from alumina that could lead to the development of a new generation of windows in buildings and cars.
Researchers from the University of
Tokyo’s Institute of Industrial Science have
developed a new type of glass almost as strong as steel that
could help in the creation of substantially tougher tableware
"We will establish a way to mass-produce the new material
shortly," University of Tokyo assistant professor,...