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Scientists develop almost "indestructible" glassy material
It could also be used in the airline industry
A team of researchers from the US Navy reproduced a mineral material based on magnesium and aluminum called "spinel", a sort of "transparent clay" that could allow the creation of an extremely resistant, almost indestructible glass. The product is found in nature, but scientists have been able to recreate it in the laboratory.The areas of application could be very wide: it could be used for the protection...
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