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Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 73, Issue 7–8, pp 270–273 | Cite as

Investigation of the Structure of Vanadium-Containing Glaze Coatings for Ceramic Articles

  • S. L. RadchenkoEmail author
  • Yu. S. Radchenko
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Research on the structure of vanadium-containing glaze coatings obtained using spent vanadium catalysts from sulfuric acid production is reported. The chemical and phase compositions of glazes are studied. The colored glazes developed can be used in enterprises producing stove tiles, majolica, and artistic ceramic articles.

Key words

vanadium-containing glaze coatings structure chemical composition phase compos 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Belorussian State Technological UniversityMinskRepublic of Belarus

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