soda-lime glass


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soda-lime glass

[′sōd·ə ¦līm ‚glas]
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Glass made by fusion of sand with sodium carbonate, or sodium sulfate and lime, or limestone; used for window glass.

soda-lime glass

Glass manufactured by fusing sand with sodium carbonate or sodium sulfate and lime; used for window glass.
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Soda-lime glass is the most common type of glass (used for windows, jars and drinking glasses).
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