borosilicate


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borosilicate

[¦bȯr·ō′sil·i·kət]
(mineralogy)
A salt of boric and silicic acids which occurs in the natural minerals tourmaline, datolite, and dumortierite.
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If those were borosilicate flasks and they were set on top of a heater, the borosilicate flasks could break and create a fire.
Soda-lime glass lends itself to larger and somewhat less intricately decorated creations than borosilicate glass.
Borosilicate glass (silica and boron oxide) melts at a higher temperature than soda-silicate glass, and has less thermal expansion.
New borosilicate substrate-based pigments generate higher chroma, greater impact, and have good durability for a wide range of applications in high performance coatings, from teletronics to automotive refinishes.
The liquids are contained within a liner that is constructed of either borosilicate glass or anodized aluminum.
1 mm wafer of borosilicate glass onto which 250 nm of gold is evaporated.
SCHOTT Nexterion expects to ultimately become the exclusive outsource manufacturer for OptArray products in the summer of 2004, with Accelr8 using only SCHOTT's borosilicate glass for its slide).
Since wetted parts are composed from chemically resistant borosilicate glass, alumina ceramic and TFE, the valve is suited for corrosive or high-purity applications.
The syringes used in our study were made of borosilicate glass, and the plungers were made of Teflon; neither of these materials reacts to most chemicals.
The Economic Outdoor WLP and WLR feature die-cast aluminum housings and door frames with heat and shock-resistant borosilicate glass lenses, durable paint finishes and meet UL 1571 requirements for wet location.
The system draws air through small borosilicate tubes (4 mm in diameter by 12 mm long) that have been lined with a Ti[O.
The reactor's wetted parts are constructed from glass enamelled steel, borosilicate glass and PTFE, making it ideal for the processing of highly aggressive media.