High-melting opacified glazes for household ceramics
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Results of synthesizing high-melting opacified glazes for household ceramics based on the R2O-RO-B2O3-Al2O3-ZrO2-SiO2 system and having high heat and chemical resistances are presented. The relation between the physicochemical properties and the phase composition and structure of the coatings at different heat-treatment regimes is investigated.
KeywordsPolymer Physicochemical Property Phase Composition High Heat Chemical Resistance
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