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Pyrex

a. any of a variety of borosilicate glasses that have low coefficients of expansion, making them suitable for heat-resistant glassware used in cookery and chemical apparatus
b. (as modifier): a Pyrex dish
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subtilis on Ti[O.sub.2] nanoparticle-coated substrates, pyrex glass petri dish, and venetian blinds, under photo-catalytic reaction is shown in Figures 5 and 6.
The set has been beautifully designed and consists of a two-cup cafetiere and co-ordinated cafe cups, all with pyrex glass inserts.
"Nobody has found anything better for common everyday laboratory applications than standard 7740 Pyrex glass," says Black.
Connections within the gas recirculation loop are constructed almost entirely of Pyrex glass. 6 mm ID tubing is used to obtain high conductance in the low pressure section and 2 mm ID tubing is used to minimize volume in the high pressure section.
He obtained the Pyrex glass for the formidable 21 inch telescope made by society members.
Corning, for example, was selling cookware based on heat-stable Pyrex glass that could go from "freezer to oven."
Worried plant workers also poured Pyrex glass down a waste well to prevent a potential chain reaction.
Made by Renardi, the Pyrex glass beakers are dishwasher-safe and come in two sizes - six cup and three cup.
To prepare the gargle, boil a cup of ground Ligustrum leaf in a Pyrex glass bowl then filter the mixture through a cheesecloth.
The cookware--and its see-through Pyrex glass lids--is ovenproof up to 500[degrees]F.
Sunlight is diffused through horizontal Pyrex glass tubing, increasing natural lighting.
The gas then flows through a fine filter of quartz wool to separate smaller particulates before entertaining a Pyrex glass sonic orifice, so called because the gas flows through the orifice at the speed of sound.