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By Ian J. McColm (auth.)
The 3rd version of the Dictionary of Ceramic technological know-how and Engineering builds at the seriously revised 2d version which, in flip, extended the unique variation by way of a few 4000 entries to incorporate new fabrication, checking out, fabrics, and vocabulary.
The confirmed foundation of the 1st versions has been retained yet new phrases and words were additional from the speedily advancing digital, nanoparticle and glossy fabrics engineering fields. also, all measurements in SI devices are given to facilitate communique one of the sub-disciplines touched on by means of ceramics, making sure that this book is still the field's common reference paintings for years to come.
This prolonged variation of the Dictionary of Ceramic technology and Engineering ably follows its predecessors as an authoritative source for college kids, researchers and execs facing the processing of Materials.
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Asbestos shingle. Noun. A shingle resistant to weather, fire, and general deterioration which is formed by compressing mixtures of asbestos fibre and Portland cement; used as roofing, siding, and similar applications in building construction . asbolane. Noun. See asbolite. 29 asbolite. Noun. (Co,Mn)O·2MnO2⋅4H2O. An impure earthy mixture of cobalt and manganese oxides used in the production of underglaze blue colours when fired under reducing conditions. Also known as asbolane, black cobalt, cobalt, ochre, earthy cobalt.
Atmosphere, controlled. Noun. See controlled atmosphere. assay, chemical. Noun. See chemical assay. atmosphere, neutral. Noun. See neutral atmosphere. assay, physical. Noun. See physical assay. atmosphere, oxidising. Noun. See oxidising atmosphere. assembler. Noun. A nanorobot that assembles nanomachines by precisely positioning components. atmosphere, reducing. Noun. See reducing atmosphere. assembly, joint. Noun. See joint assembly. assurance, quality. Noun. See quality assurance. asteriated.
Annealing, glass. Noun. See glass annealing. 23 annealing range. Noun. The range of temperatures in which the inherent internal stresses in glass can be reduced or relieved and which generally is at a rate considered feasible for commercial production. annealing temperature. Noun. Any temperature within a temperature range at which internal stress in a glass can be substantially reduced or relieved, usually for commercially practical purposes, within a matter of minutes. In order to achieve this, the viscosity of the glass must be close to 1012 N s m−2.