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  • n. glass having a relatively low softening point

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  • A generic term for glass with a relatively high coefficient of expansion, such as soda-lime glass. Hard glass (such as borosilicate glass) has a relatively low coefficient of expansion and can better withstand sudden temperature changes.

    November 9, 2007