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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 53  1994
Fabrication and Sintering of Zircon Wares for Laboratory use
R. BHAT, M.B. KAKADE AND S.K. RoY
Pages : 14-16
DOI :10.1080/0371750X.1994.10804622
Abstract
A feasibility study was carried out on the fabrication of laboratory wares using indigenously available zircon by the slip casting technique. Two types of zircon powders having different particle sizes were used for the study. The cast wares were sintered at temperatures between 1500 and 1600C. Evaluation of materials during the various stages of fabrication was followed by bulk density and microstructure determination. It was revealed by X-ray analysis that dissociation of zircon into zirconia and silica did not take place during the course of sintering.
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