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    A hard, brittle, noncrystalline (and usually transparent) material produced from the melting and fusion of silica and other silicates. Glass is essentially a very viscous liquid and is thus seemingly solid. Glass is used in a wide variety of materials, from camera lenses to light bulbs, to windows to protective covers on camera copyboards, etc.

    The term glass is also an abbreviated term for a magnifying glass.

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