Transparent and Tinted Glass Ceramics for Household Appliances

  • Manfred Borens
  • Roland Dudek
  • Werner Kiefer
  • Klaus Kristen
  • Roland Leroux
  • Peter Naß
  • Erich W. Rodek
  • Herwig Scheidler
  • Hinnerk Schildt
  • Martin Taplan
  • Jürgen Thürk
  • Waldemar Weinberg
Part of the Schott Series on Glass and Glass Ceramics book series (SCHOTT)

Abstract

Glass ceramics have been defined as being polycrystalline materials that are formed by controlled crystallization of suitable base glasses.

Keywords

Combustion Clay Fatigue Quartz Dust 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Manfred Borens
  • Roland Dudek
  • Werner Kiefer
  • Klaus Kristen
  • Roland Leroux
  • Peter Naß
  • Erich W. Rodek
  • Herwig Scheidler
  • Hinnerk Schildt
  • Martin Taplan
  • Jürgen Thürk
  • Waldemar Weinberg

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