10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PORCELAINOUS»
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Ceramics - Mastering the Craft
Porcelainous means “like porcelain.” This term is used to designate a clay body
which contains a high proportion of nonclay materials (generally around 30%):
the rest is clay. Their firing temperature lies between 1160° and 1300°C (2130° ...
shell, the porcelainous substance of the earlier authors corresponds at least in
part to the crossed lamellar structure or to the complex crossed lamellar structure.
In the shell of Nautilus, a part of the outer layer of the shell wall (W. Schmidt, 1924
Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, ...
... first formed crystals, which gradually increases to a beautiful porcelainous
whiteness. This I have almost invariably noticed under the above circumstances: I
believe it arises from the gradual abstraction of the water of crystallization of the
Stories of Inventors and Discoverers in Science and the ...
Wedgwood's more beautiful inventions were a term cotta, which could be made
to resemble porphyry, granite, Egyptian pebble, and other beautiful stones of the
siliceous or crystalline kind ; a black porcelainous biscuit called basaltes; a white
The Commercial Dictionary of Trade Products, Manufacturing ...
Porcelainous shells are generally uuivalve, or single shells, such as chanks,
whelks, limpets, and cowries. Nacreous shells are much softer than the
porcelainous, and are for the most part bivalves, such as those of the various
oysters. mussels ...
Peter Lund Simmonds, 1872
The Popular Science Review
James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas. instances in which
the same external contour presents itself under the porcelainous, the hyaline,
and the arenaceous aspects. But there is one feature iu which they appear to
James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas, 1865
tranactions of the pathological society of london
Around the margin of the articular surface is a pretty copious deposit of bone,
forming a distinct rim overhanging the neck. On the upper part of the head is a
large patch of porcelainous deposit. At the point of attachment of the ligamentum
E. porcelainous. The compact having a. greenish yellow colour, probably from an
intimate combination of talc, like that in the porcelainous protogine. It
decomposes into a white mass, very similar to prepared china-clay. Local. About
one mile ...
Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, 1832
The granite in Figure 3.20 consists largely ofa pink, porcelainous mineral that has
a rectangular form and a milky-white mineral that is somewhat smaller but
similarly shaped. These are feldspars (German, “field crystals”), the most
Eric H. Christiansen, Queens College/CUNY Burton E Tropp, Glendale Community College Jeffrey C Pommerville, 2014
Tidal Signatures in Modern and Ancient Sediments: (Special ...
The foraminifers are dominated by the calcareous perforate forms Ammonia
beccarit' and Nont'on botteanttm with large numbers of the agglutinated form
Eggereh'a scabra and also a few calcareous porcelainous forms of Miliolidae
B. W. Flemming, A. Bartoloma, 2009
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PORCELAINOUS»
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Missoula museum kicks off 40th with art auction
His wife, Ann Shaner, donated "Obelisk," a glazed porcelainous stoneware sculpture. Shaner was an influential ceramics scholar and artist and ... «The Missoulian, Jan 15»
Duchamp's 'Fountain' Was Subversive—but Subverting What?
... to gape at them in plumbers' store windows; that the very first American-made, “all-porcelainous” bathroom had only been achieved in 1904, ... «Daily Beast, Dec 11»