lime glass

lime glass

[′līm ‚glas]
(materials)
A type of glass containing a high proportion of lime; used in many commercial glass products, such as bottles.

lime glass

A common form of glass; contains a high proportion of lime.
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1 to 5 parts per hundred parts resin (phr) of one or more wax and from 75 phr to 200 phr of one or more extenders wherein the one or more extenders is selected from the group consisting of barium sulfate, titanium dioxide, iron oxides, crystalline silica (quartz), calcium metasilicate, soda lime glass spheres, magnesium silicate, nepheline syenite, muscovite mica, diatomaceous earth, kaolin clay and calcium carbonate.
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