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Ceramics

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(T/F) coiling is the fastest way to make a cylinder F
Heat causes the glaze to melt and form a: Glass
Clays ability to be fired and become glass-like is called: Vitrification
The property of clay that allows it to hold and record impressions is called: Plasticity
Chemically, clay is a combination of: Alumina, silica and water
The ability to hold and transfer heat is: Refractory
What is the best way to insure proper drying of a clay project? Cover it lightly
(T/F) coiling is the fastest war to make a cylinder F
Heat causes the glaze to melt and form a: Glass
Clays ability to be fired and become glass-like is called: Vitrification
The property of clay that allows it to hold and record impressions is called: Plasticity
Chemically, clay is a combination of: Alumina, silica and water
The ability to hold and transfer heat is: Refractory
What is the best way to insure proper drying of a clay project? Cover it lightly
3 major compounds in a glaze: Silica, alumina and a flux
Steps for throwing a cylinder on a potters wheel: 1. Centering 2. Open up 3. Define the bottom 4. Pull up the walls
4 properties of any type of clay you work with: 1. Plasticity 2. Porosity 3. Refractory 4. Vitrification
Working and drying stages of greenware (3) 1. Wet 2. Leather hard 3. Bone dry
Ceramic ware stages in the ceramic process (3) 1. Green ware 2. Bisque ware 3. Glassware
2 major types of firings: 1. Bisque 2. Glaze
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