Dry Ice Made into Super-tough Glass

A form of solid carbon dioxide, named amorphous carbonia, that could be used to make ultra-hard glass or coatings for microelectronic devices has been discovered by scientists from the University of Florence in Italy. It was made by squeezing dry ice, a form of carbon dioxide used to create smoke in stage shows, at huge pressure

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