Low-melting lead-free fluxes for enamels deposited on glass
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Low-melting lead-free glass fluxes are developed to produce enamel for glass decoration. The glasses have the following parameters: CLTE (82–85) × 10−7 K−1, chemical resistance to water less than 0.06%, and resistance to 2% solution of Na2CO3 less than 0.15%; fusibility 22–28 mm.
KeywordsChemical Resistance Boron Oxide Softening Temperature Sodium Carbonate Solution Metaborate
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