Bond clay

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A clay that, because of its plasticity, serves to bond relatively nonplastic materials in the fabrication of ceramic or other molded products (green bond). Also, a clay that, on firing to furnace or vitrification temperature, bonds adjacent ceramic materials that vitrify at a still higher temperature (fired bond). AGI

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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