flint glass effects a greater dispersion than crown glass nearly in the ratio of three to two.
The flux consists of flint glass and flints in equal weights.
The pillars are of flint glass tube surrounding brass bolts, and cemented to the latter by raw shellac.
A great variety of flint glass, both cut and plain, very heavy.
The glass industry died out about 1896, Pugh, of Dublin, being the last maker of flint glass in Ireland.
The crystal glass of England is flint glass of superior quality; that of Bohemia is noticed under Table glass.
In consequence of this operation it cannot be preserved in tubes of flint glass.
This is the cause of the surface of flint glass, under certain circumstances, becoming opaque and iridescent.
Thus, the spectrum formed by flint glass is longer than that formed by crown glass, for the same deviation.
A block of flint glass three inches thick has been pierced with the 28-inch spark.