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glass-ceramic

[¦glas sə′ram·ik]
(materials)
Hard, strong, nucleated glass with a nonporous crystalline structure; has high flexural strength and shock resistance; used for coatings, molded mechanical and electrical parts, heat-exchanger tubes, missile cones, and cookware and dinnerware.
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The DTA curves of the experimental glass ceramics are as it follows: black for 0% CaO, red for 5% CaO and blue for 10% CaO.
Exceptions are Borosilicate glasses (glasses that contain silica and boron as major ingredients) and certain glass ceramics (glasses that contain a crystalline phase), which are highly resistant to thermal shock.
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The international technology group SCHOTT is now offering a portfolio of high-performance glass ceramics under the brand name NEXTREMA .
The Global Glass Ceramics Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the glass ceramics industry.
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Marrakesh" -- a Moroccan themed kitchen line, will consist of spice tones of paprika, mustard and earth blue and will feature natural pottery, dripped glass ceramics, hand painted ceramic accents, and tile patterned textiles -- all geared to create a warm and international flavor to the kitchen.
We already offer the widest selection of laminate, buildup and high CTE glass ceramics to provide the most appropriate materials set based on a customer's routing and frequency requirements, bump/ball counts and cost parameters.
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Glass ceramics made by the HTV process are marketed as abrasives, roofing tile granules and architectural materials.