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05/04/2012

Self-cleaning glass

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    A self-cleaning glass is said to be both glare-free and anti-fogging, which could lead to better optical devices and more efficient solar panels.
    The glass is made of thin layers of deposited material selectively removed to form a surface of tiny cones. This cone pattern prevents glare while also repelling water, bouncing the droplets and reflections off the angled walls.
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