Glass has low heat transitivity, which means that it can’t handle intense heat as it passes through. Drastic temperature change (such as a blast of heat to a cracked windshield parked outside in the cold or the addition of boiling water to a frosty glass) causes the particles rapidly expand, in turn causing the brittle glass to explode.
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