Tag: cristobalite

Crystalline form of silica, which can form in clay and glaze above 2200°F; has very high coefficient of expansion, producing low thermal shock resistance. Promoted by excessive free silica in clay and/or glaze, by repeated firing, and/or by excessive soaking or slow firing/cooling at high temperatures. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook

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