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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 05  1946
USE OF INDIAN ZIRCON SAND IN ENAMELS.
D. K. PATWARDHAN.
Pages :36-40
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1946.10877788
Abstract
Zirconium oxide as an opacifier for enamels has been known for a. long time but in India tin oxide and antimony oxide have been the most popular. Both of these opacifiers have become difficult to obtain due to war. India does not possess any great reserves of tin and antimony but zirconium occurs in the form of sand on the sea beach of Tra.vancore State. From here a. good deal of this material is exported to the U.S.A. and United Kingdom. The present investigation was undertaken to find the best way to use this Indian zircon sand in place of tin oxide and antimony oxide in enamels.
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