Glass can be used to store things in the freezer. Glass containers can also be put in the freezer temporarily, to make a drink extra cold.Continue Reading
Glass works well to store food over time in a freezer. The glass will not break when it is frozen. However, it is recommended not to store liquids in a glass container. When liquids are frozen, they tend to expand; this expansion can place stress on the glass and may cause it to break. Instead, use a plastic bag that can expand with the liquid as it freezes.
If you opt to use a glass jar to freeze food, choose one that has a wide mouth and can be used for canning. These jars are designed to withstand extreme heat and cold temperatures.Learn more about States of Matter
Some examples of solids include ice, silver and glass. Solids are a form of matter that retains its shape and volume even when taken out of a confining space such as a laboratory container.Full Answer >
The density of most glass ranges between 2.4 g/cm3 to 2.8 g/cm3. The density of window glass is between 2.47 g/cm3 and 2.56 g/cm3. The glass in a vehicle headlight falls with the range of 2.47 g/cm3 and 2.63 g/cm3.Full Answer >
Most glass takes on a more fluid consistency at temperatures of around 1350 degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature, glass has the consistency of honey or syrup.Full Answer >
Amorphous solids include glass, plastic, gels and thin films. An amorphous solid is one of two types of solid, the other type being crystalline. An amorphous solid has no repeated pattern of orientations and positions of its constituent atoms and the bonds between them.Full Answer >