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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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M2 PRESSWIRE-July 29, 2019-: Global Glass Ceramics Market Report 2019-2024 - Featuring Saint Gobain, Nippon Electric Glass Co, Kedi Glass-Ceramic Industrial Co, Corning, Schott, and More
SCHOTT HEATAN feedthroughs are based on revolutionary glass-ceramic technology, which was initially developed for high-temperature nuclear reactors and oil & gas applications.
Strength and microstructure of IPS Empress 2 glass-ceramic after different treatments.
It can suggest(Ti[O.sub.2]) glass-ceramic as an important material for some applications, such as a photocatalytic transparent substance in which precipitated (Ti[O.sub.2]) crystallites will represent permanent photocatalytic property because of the fully dispersion.
Yu, "Random lasing in [Eu.sup.3+] doped borate glass-ceramic embedded with Ag nanoparticles under direct three-photon excitation," Nanoscale, vol.
Glass-like glazed coatings, or glazes, are intended for application onto surfaces of ceramic, glass-ceramic, porcelain, earthenware and other products.
Improving thermal and electrical properties, sintering behavior, thermal properties, and electrical features of the glass-ceramic was investigated as obtained by incorporating AT micro-powders.
Hence, it is important to evaluate the effects of surface roughness on enamel and dentin surfaces created with different types and granulations of diamond burs and tips on bond strength using new glass-ceramic systems used for indirect laminate veneers.
The new wet grinding function of Zenotec select hybrid accommodates the milling requirements of the lithium disilicate glass-ceramic IPS e.max CAD and the leucite glass- ceramic IPS Empress CAD.
Nakamura et al, "Hyperthermic treatment of experimental bone tumours with a bioactive ferromagnetic glass-ceramic," Bioceramics, vol.
We believe that CaO-Si[O.sub.2] glass-ceramic particles are applicable as fillers in injectable bone substitutes for releasing silicate and calcium ions and inducing bioactivity.