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Kushnarev, A.S., Gorbatenko, V.E., Tkachev, A.G. et al. Influence of firing and cooling schedules on the bonding strength of ground coats on steel. Glass Ceram 45, 27–29 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00700865
- Bonding Strength
- Cool Schedule
- Ground Coat