How strong is glass?
Glass typically has a tensile strength of 7 megapascals (1,000 psi), but in theory it can have a strength of 17 gigapascals (2,500,000 psi) due to glass's strong chemical bonds. Imperfections on glass such as scratches and bubbles decrease the strength of glass.
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