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Car windows are made with tempered glass which undergoes a process that gives it tensile stress (glass being pulled or stretched to a certain length) and compressive stress (glass being pushed down and compressed). This tempering process gives glass 5-10 times the amount of strength it originally had, and allows it to shatter into small, dull pieces when broken.

December 4, 2017

 

 

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