How It Works: Vapor Deposition

Corning produces some of the world’s purest glass through a process that, for a while, doesn’t seem to involve glass at all. It’s called vapor deposition – a high-temperature process that creates glass by depositing layer after layer of tiny glass particles on a growing surface, rather than cooling a molten liquid.

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