sodium feldspar

sodium feldspar

[′sōd·ē·əm ′fel‚spär]
(mineralogy)
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and Colemanite Glaze Composition Recipe (%) C1 70 Saggar Ash [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 6 Sodium Feldspar 6 Potassium Feldspar 9 Ulexite 6 Quartz 3 Kaolin C2 75 Saggar Ash [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 5 Sodium Feldspar 5 Potassium Feldspar 7.
equatorial, despotic whether you do , whether you don't, dead in fact, if you do , if you don't , suppose for the moment, which is all it takes, an envelope is passed from one supreme calabash to the next, in a musical rendition now showing its teeth like the piano swallowed by seawater, actually seawater is pouring from the tap, it's as if the day's events have caught up with us, the planet involved with its own laughter like sodium feldspar in granite.
UNISPAR[R] micronized feldspar fillers are processed from a naturally white, chemically inert sodium feldspar with exceptionally low soluble salts.
Potassium and sodium feldspar are naturally occurring minerals composed primarily of Potash and soda.
Over the years, the G-200 from Monticello, Georgia was produced from a blend of high potassium and sodium feldspar ores to yield a typically 10.
Varying colours and surface textures were obtained by using the glass waste originated in Eskisehir, instead of ulexite, sodium feldspar and potassium feldspar (by using glass waste in equivalent amounts of the prescribed quantities of raw materials) in the alkaline and boron added standard stoneware glazes.

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