What exactly is 'inorganic glass'??
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    What exactly is 'inorganic glass'??

    I've noticed that some specs of newer G Shocks list 'inorganic glass' as a feature. Organic to me means derived from some type of biological process, so isn't all glass inorganic?

    What exactly is it, and why is it useful on a G Shock?
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    Re: What exactly is 'inorganic glass'??

    Good point. When I read the thread´s title I thought on ask you "The point is: is there an organic glass?", but I guess you already aswered that.

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    Re: What exactly is 'inorganic glass'??

    The chemist calls every carbon-chains related material organic.

    So plastic is organic for the chemist.

    Non-organic means non plastic.
    Non organic means mineral glass.

    :)

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    Re: What exactly is 'inorganic glass'??

    I love to be part of a Geek-shock forum.
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    Re: What exactly is 'inorganic glass'??

    Yup, it's a clumsy way of saying 'mineral'.
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