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Ceramics Definition and Examples in Pottery - About.com
Ceramics (noun and adjective) are those things made from materials which are permanently changed when heated. Changes are on the molecular level, which ...
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Pottery and Ceramics Definitions and Differences - About.com
Pottery and ceramics have been an important part of human culture for thousands of years. From prehistoric storage jars to tiles on the space shuttles, pottery ...
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Staining Ceramic - Pottery Techniques - About.com
Ceramic stains (noun, pl.) can refer to ceramic colorant oxides suspended in water or to prepared coloring oxides (commercial stains). Colorants generally are  ...
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How to Make Pottery – Ceramics, Clay & More
This list should help you find pottery and ceramic suppliers in the state of Florida. Remember that many large supply houses will ship all over the US and ...
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Ceramics - About Archaeology
Ceramic artifact analysis, pots making vessels throwing ceramics pottery figurines.
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Ceramic and Glaze Fluxes - Fluxes for Ceramics and Glaze - Pottery
Fluxes lower the melting point of the glass formers in glazes, clay bodies, and other ceramic materials. Although a potter does not absolutely need to know about ...
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Heat Work in Pottery - Heat Work in Ceramics - About.com
Heat work in pottery and ceramics is a combination of factors, only one of which is temperature.
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What Is Sintering - Sinter as a Ceramic Term - Pottery - About.com
In ceramics, the clay particles sinter even before they actually begin to melt into a glassy state (vitrification). The purpose of bisque firing is to reach the clay's ...
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Colorants Used in Glazes and Ceramics - Pottery - About.com
Most ceramic colors, however, are a result of metallic oxides being dispersed in the fabric of the glaze itself. Under varying circumstances, these colorants can ...
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Pinholing and Pitting in Ceramic Glazes - Ceramic Glaze ... - Pottery
Pinholing and pitting are ceramic glaze defects. Find out what they are, why they occur, and how to solve the problem.
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