Use of raw materials from the Chernozemye region in the glass industry of Russia
Science for Glass Production
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It is shown that locally occurring raw materials and the by-products available in the Chernozemye region are suitable for use in glass manufacture.
KeywordsGlass Ceramic State Standard GOST Limonite Glass Industry Overburden Rock
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