Static short-term corrosion tests were performed to two kinds of borosilicate glasses in deionized water, at 70°C and 150°C, respectively. Same corrosion experiments were also carried out in other leaching agents, such as simulated under ground water of Beishan, sulfuric acid solution (pH=0.5) and potassium hydroxide solution (pH = 13). Experimental results show that both leaching agent and corrosion temperature co-dominate the corrosion process, and the temperature plays more important role. At low temperature of 70°C, the corrosion reaction is controlled by the ion diffusing in DIW at earlier stage. While in PHS, network hydrolysis reaction is the main corrosion mechanism.