Tag: ceramic glass

Super-cooled liquid, which softens and hardens over broad range of temperature and cools to form an amorphous, noncrystalline solid. Level and rate of hardness (viscosity) controlled by temperature and by addition of fluxes and refractories, making possible the wide temperature range of ceramic clays/glazes. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook

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