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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 10  1951
OBSERVATION ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF TALC ON THE CRAZING TENDENCY OF EARTHENWARE.
P. N. Mohanty, D. K. Patwardhan and H. N. Roy
Pages : 39-61
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1951.10877536
Abstract
Tale with felspar has a eutecti~ between 1160-1200' C. Talc and felspar were used in the body there fora, to make craze pr.oof earthenware. The formation of K Mg glass in the body is supposed to produce a rigid structure in which the remaining constituents of the earthenware body are bound prevnzting delayed crazing or crazing in autoclave. Microscopic examination also indicated that coarseness of structure or porosity notwithstanding, craz~ proof earthenware could be ma1e using talc in conjunction with felspar.
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