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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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Pottery and Ceramics Equipment, Techniques and More
Creating with clay is magical. Explore the world of pottery and find a world filled with the drama of kilns and firing, the fluidity of clay, and the glitter of glazes.
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Crawling in Pottery Glazes - Glaze Crawling in Ceramics - About.com
Crawling is a glaze defect in which the glaze separates, leaving portions of bare clay exposed. This can be a few tiny areas, or it can extend across the surface of  ...
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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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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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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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Safety in Ceramics - Pottery - About.com
Safety is an issue when working with pottery or ceramics. Find out more about the safety issues involved.
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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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Clay Bodies in Pottery - What are Ceramic Clay Bodies - About.com
Definition: Clay body (noun) refers to the actual clay mixture that is used in forming objects. It might only have one specific type of clay in it, but it is more likely to ...
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