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ceramics

/ce·ram·ics/ (sah-ram´iks) the modeling and processing of objects made of clay or similar materials.
dental ceramics  the use of porcelain and similar materials in restorative dentistry.

ceramics

[səram′iks]
(in dentistry) the process of making dental restorations from fused porcelain and other glasses.

ceramics,

n the art of making dental restorations or parts of restorations from fused porcelain.
ceramics, orthoclase,
n See feldspar.
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It has been projected that more number of organized players will enter the ceramic tile market and manufacturers of traditional tiles will start producing ceramic tile in the near future as consumers have already started shifting from conventional tiles such as mosaic, granite and marble, among others to ceramic tiles.
rsev with promote music, Turkish Ceramics will showcase the contemporary ceramic art and how 8000 years of experience has helped the industry reach perfection, said a spokesperson of Turkish Ceramics Promotion Group.
In order tosimplify the sometimes complex nature of fine ceramics, this Web site includes illustrations and animations that provide an introduction and basic summary of fine ceramics, with more detailed scientific definitions for those who want to expand theirunderstanding.
UAE-based RAK Ceramics has once again been named the world's largest ceramic tile manufacturer by the Ceramic World Review, the leading international magazine devoted to ceramic tile and bathware production technologies.
Ceramic industry needs the support of stable supply of gas.
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The new quarterly journal will provide the most recent information on ceramic product development and commercialization for engineers, manufacturers, and research and development scientists.
Unlike (with) carpeting, food or pets are not going to stain ceramics.
The Science article describes several recent accomplishments by NIST materials scientists and others that are helping to place the search for new dielectric ceramics on a more solid theoretical foundation.