Salient features of melting white glass enamels containing titanium
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The effect of sodium sulfate on the properties of titanium-containing enamel is studied. It is found that introducing sodium sulfate into the initial batch during the production of titanium-containing enamel gives a whiter coating.
KeywordsSodium Sulfate Sulfur Oxide Silica Sand Enamel Coating Potassium Oxide
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