Eggy’s inspiration trials down from how glass takes its shape and changes its state of matter with help of heat. When glass-forming component mix of sand, soda, silica, and calcium reaches its hottest moment at a temperature between 1400 and 1600 degree Celsius, it becomes easier to manipulate the glass shape. Similar process of thermodynamics is seen while cooking an egg. The heat causes the protein in the egg to lose its tertiary structure then forms cross links, and it’s this cross-linked structure that turns everything solid.
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