New type of glass made of metal organic compounds breaks tradition

The glass we’re most familiar with is made from silicon dioxide, but materials like boron, polymers and metals have also been used. Now, an international team of scientists have developed a brand new class of glass, made from metal-organic compounds. These new materials form glass more readily than other types, and are much more pliable…
Continue Reading New type of glass made of metal organic compounds breaks tradition

Category: Materials

Tags:

Glass

Materials

Metals

Pennsylvania State University

Zinc

Related Articles:

Mushrooms may be stuffed with anti-aging potential

Giant clams open up the potential of improved biofuel production

Graphene breakthrough is big news for future of semiconductors

Material one thousand times thinner than paper withstands the squeeze to retain its shape

Computer analysis reveals Shakespeare’s collaborators

Two-dollar testing device detects Zika quickly

The message will be closed after 20 s