A concise handbook describing current practice and supporting theory of ceramics glazing. Starting with fundamental definitions and theoretical considerations, the work discusses glaze raw materials, their pretreatment, application, firing and the avoidance of defects in finished products. Emphasis is placed on the wide variety of materials and processes used in modern glazing practice, and the volume provides helpful guidelines to the correct selection of a material or process for a given application. Published under the aegis of the Institute of Ceramics.
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...this volume provides excellent reference material for advanced undergraduates as well as for specialists...Since there are few current books available on ceramic glaze technology, this excellent handbook provides authoritative information for the designing of glazes with specific physical and chemical properties to suit particular requirements.
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Book Description Pergamon, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 80334660