1 edition of How Glass Changed the World found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Seth C. Rasmussen|
|Series||SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science|
|Contributions||SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
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You probably haven't given much thought to the fact that there's a slab of chemically strengthened glass in your pocket, deflecting blows from keys or change or any other hard objects.
Glass production is thought to date to ~ BC and had found numerous uses by the height of the Roman Empire. The modern view of glass-based chemical apparatus (beakers, flasks, stills, etc.) was quite limited, however, due to a lack of glass durability.
How Glass Changed the World: The History and Chemistry of Glass from Antiquity to the 13th Century (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science) [Rasmussen, Seth C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How Glass Changed the World: The History and Chemistry of Glass from Antiquity to the 13th Century (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science)Cited by: Glass production is thought to date to ~ BC and had found numerous uses by the height of the Roman Empire.
Yet the modern view of glass-based chemical apparatus (beakers, flasks, stills, etc.) was quite limited due to a lack of glass durability under rapid temperature changes and chemical.
How Glass Changed the World book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Glass production is thought to date to BC and had found n 4/5.
A narrative history of glass from discovery, through antiquity, the Enlightenment, the Scientific and Industrial Revolutions to the present.
It charts the history of the technology but also the enabling effects of glass on such aspects of civilization as experimental science, perspective, astronomy, zoology and all manner of scientific instrumentation - plus the central role of window-glass 2/5(1).
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Profile, Explores the history of glass from ancient to modern times. I believe this is the same book (differently packaged) as Glass: A World History by Alan Macfarlane and Gerry Martin.
University of Chicago. How Corning, New York, Changed the World With Glass In the late s, a barge helped the “Crystal City” usher in a new era of : Rose Annis. The World in a Glass: Six Drinks That Changed History.
The author of "A History of the World in 6 Glasses" lauds the libations that have helped shape our world. How Glass Changed the World: The History and Chemistry of Glass from Antiquity to the 13th Century (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science Book 3) - Kindle edition by Rasmussen, Seth C.
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Unknown. The Purpose. The Impact. A simple historical timeline of eyeglasses starts with their invention, believed to be between and in Italy.
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Epic of Gilgamesh. The Epic of Gilgamesh is the first significant text in world literature, and a perfect example of the power of written stories to shape history. By bolstering cultural cohesion across the region, the epic helped.
Glass was much too expensive for common use in windows until about the 17th century, and true widespread application had to wait until industrial-scale manufacture in the 19th century.
Glass has changed the world like no other substance, but people usually overlook it. He made history when he authored Micrographia, the first book about the microscopic world.
The tools and techniques of glass blowing have changed very little over the centuries. The art of glass making flourished in the Roman Empire and spread across Western Europe and the Mediterranean. Glass was one of the most important items of trade beyond the borders of the Roman Empire.
The Romans were the first one who began to use glass for. Stained Glass History (PDF): Explore the history of stained glass and learn about what the different colors symbolized in medieval times. Stained Glass in Short: Read a short explanation of how stained glass windows were made and how methods changed over time.
In the late s, the U.S. imported four-fifths of the world’s silk. Of that, 75 to 80 percent went into the making of women’s stockings—a $, annual industry (about $6 million in. The World Is What It Is Today Because of These Six Innovations In a new book, Steven Johnson describes the many technologies that glass, refrigeration and.
In this book (which isn't short, but feels very short because you want to race right through it), Johnson tracks how some of our most important inventions (glass, water treatment, electricity) changed the world in both predictable and unpredictable ways.
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A creation of the US Office of War in the second world. We’ve all been in a pub or a diner, where you have a glass bottle of ketchup. You turn it upside-down, shake it, hit the bottom, and the ketchup doesn’t come out. Then it all comes out at once!Glass could be used to change the look of the world, by bending light in precise ways.
This turned out to be even more revolutionary than simple transparency. In the monasteries of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, monks laboring over religious manuscripts in candlelit rooms used curved chunks of glass .