Transparent aluminum has become a reality
The way humans progress is at least impressive, and events once in science fiction have once again become a reality. What am I referring to? Well, in Star Trek I remember there is a transparent aluminum: voyage family? Well, this transparent aluminum looks as real as it is now, thanks to Dr. Jas Sanghera, a scientist at the US Naval Research Laboratory, who described the transparent aluminum as "a mineral, a magnesium aluminate." It has the advantage of being harder than glass. It provides better protection in harsher environments - so it can withstand the scouring of sand and rain."

As a more durable material, it has a thin layer of spinel that provides superior performance compared to glass. When a person rides a weight-sensitive platform, such as a UAV (a UAV), and a head-mounted mask, you can be sure that this is a technology that can change the way we see the world.

Sanghera further described the manufacturing process, she said, “You put the powder in [hot press] and then press it under vacuum to squeeze the powder together. If you can do this, then you can get rid of all the entrainment. The air, and it can be clearly seen that it will suddenly come out." When the sheet is just pressed, he will grind and polish it before further refining it into other uses such as bulletproof glass. Consumer applications will also benefit if costs fall at the right time, including smartphones and watches.

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