glass top stove heat pad?

Does anyone make a pad that would go between the pan and the top of a glass top stove to make up for irregularities in the bottom of the pan?
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Simply pour a thin layer of gallium on the stove. Then when you turn the ring on, it'll melt, and conform perfectly to the bottom. Slight disadvantage is that I think with aluminium pans at high temperature, you may form an alloy with a low melting point from the bottom of the pan, so it'll fall out as you lift it.
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Ian Stirling wrote:

That won't be a problem... aluminum doesn't heat well on a glass top stove. Something to do with the control loop for the burners.
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