Ceramic mixes for stove tile
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The paper sums up the results obtained in the formulation of mixes for the manufacture of stove tile from various clays, chalk, and dolomite. The, discussion covers water absorption, apparent density, porosity, thermal conductivity, and linear thermal expansion of the tile and their relation to the structure and phase composition of the products.
KeywordsDolomite Bentonite Kaolinite Kaolin Chalk
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