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Origin of quartz glass

First recorded in 1900–05
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quartz glass

noun
a colourless glass composed of almost pure silica, resistant to very high temperatures and transparent to near-ultraviolet radiationAlso called: silica glass, nitreous silica Sometimes shortened to: quartz
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