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Why glass of windows in buildings is thicker at bottom and why it is milky?

Why glass of windows in buildings is thicker
at bottom and why it is milky?
 

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5 Answers

RAKESH CHINDAM
428 Points
5 years ago
Glass is a super cooled liquid of high viscosity. Thus it
possesses fluidity. Due to this glass flows down slowly and
hence it is thicker at bottom.
 
L GOUSE BASHA
316 Points
5 years ago
Glass is a super cooled liquid of high viscosity. Thus itpossesses fluidity. Due to this glass flows down slowly andhence it is thicker at bottom.
PRAPULPODISHETTI
669 Points
5 years ago
Glass is  super cooled  liquied of high viscosity. Thus it possesses fludity. Due to this glass flows down slowly so bottom is thicker when compared to top.
KUNCHAM SAMPATH
402 Points
5 years ago
Glass is a super cooled liquid of high viscosity. Thus itpossesses fluidity. Due to this glass flows down slowly andhence it is thicker at bottom.
Forum Team
94 Points
5 years ago
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