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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/7/10 Which kind of compound is often added to the glass? A nucleating agent (frequently titanium dioxide ) added into the glass can promote crystallization. The presence of a nucleating agent shifts the begins and end transformation curves to short time.
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7/7/10 Fused silica is made of 99.5% SiO2,describe the 1. High melting temperature. 2. Very low coefficient of expansion.
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7/7/10 What’s the distinction between glass transition temperature and melting temperature From Figure 13.6, the crystalline materials have a discontinuous decrease in volume at the melting point Tm . However, for glassy material , volume decreases continuously with temperature reduction, a slight decrease in slope of
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7/7/10 What are the three main components( see pictures below) of a whiteware Clay , quartz , and flux.
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2010 for the course CHEM 3302 taught by Professor ... during the Spring '10 term at University of Minnesota Morris.

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