Innovations in Borosilicate Glass

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This issue of HighTech Materials TOE profiles innovations in borosilicate glass. The market for borosilicate glass is highly attractive with limited alternatives to this type of glass. As this glass is corrosion-, heat-, and pressure-resistant, it is used as laboratory glassware and cookware. From the R&D front, it is seen that the US and Japanese companies are more focused toward new product development by float method while European companies have an innovative approach toward producing borosilicate glass bubbles. In the next few years, the mechanical integrity and crushing strength features of borosilicate glass would be even more enhanced with increasing R&D and research collaborations. The High-Tech Materi

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Innovations in Borosilicate GlassProduct and Process Innovations Related to Borosilicate GlassFloated Borosilicate Glass with Excellent Flatness for Use in the Construction and Research ApplicationsBorosilicate Glass Wafers for Anodic Bonding ApplicationsLow Density Additives Made from Chemically Stable Soda-lime Borosilicate GlassHighly Durable Clear Borosilicate Glass Tubing as Pharmaceutical ContainersStrategic InsightsUnited States and Japan Showcase Highest Activity for PatentsLighting Industry Will be a Key Application Area in the Near FutureKey PatentsKey Patents on Manufacturing Borosilicate Glass and associated productsIndustry ContactsKey Contacts

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