So... I could do this for you, but it would take time, and you can do the same thing
("teach a person to fish", so to speak).
Bullseye has information on their web site that will help you. Take a look at their Reactive Potential Chart: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/images/stories/bullseye/PDF/other_technical/reactive_potential_of_bullseye_glass.pdf
At the top of the chart, they show combinations of chemical elements that have reactive potential. Underneath that, they show the chemical elements in each of their glasses. Look at the glasses you are considering, and check the chemical elements in each to see if a chemical reaction could potentially take place.