leaded glass


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leaded glass

Safety glass that contains lead, used in radiology to help protect personnel from x-rays.
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He had just put it through a leaded glass window in an attempt to break in."
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The vestibule retains the original leaded glass and carved wood partition which leads to an impressive reception hall with stunning staircase.
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Cathode ray tubes, or CRTs, are made of heavy leaded glass, which is used to block harmful X-rays produced by the tube's cathode ray guns.