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Electrically heated silicate glass appears to defy Joule's first law

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The discovery that, under certain conditions, electrically heated silicate glass defies a long-accepted law of physics known as Joule's first law should be of interest to a broad spectrum of scientists, engineers, even the general public. The researchers believe that this work shows it is possible to produce heat in a glass on a much finer scale than by the methods used so far. It would then allow making new complex structures and devices on glass surface more precisely than before. more

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