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fine grain sediment, which becomes plastic when wet and turns rigid at high temperatures.
earthenware that contains vitreous material and is suitable for firing at 1300 deg C becoming rock hard
white and translucent vitrified body, the finest ceramic material
liquid mixture of clay and water
obtaining ceramic forms by pouring slip into plaster molds
a mix of clay and paper fiber to increase plasticity
chemical compounds, heat resistant, used in liquid state for coloring ceramics
vitreous material, with high content of silica, producing a glass-like coating
oxygen rich atmosphere in the kiln
oxygen poor atmosphere in the kiln, good for eliminating iron from the ceramic body, especially porcelain
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