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Please HELP me..

02/18/2008 2:12 AM

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I would like to know does aluminium oxide ceramic material? Can you please tell me what is the suitable testing which i can conduct for ceramic material? Thank you very much for your help...

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Re: Please HELP me..

02/18/2008 3:10 AM

Al2O3--Alumina is the be all and end all for Ceramics.

Clays --all types/metamorphs,Refractories,Cement Clinker--are all basically Al2O3+++

A Geologist in field will look forfor Alumina with Charcoal heating and blowpipe He will find Alumina colouring the blown flame DEEP BLUE (so long as iron is low).

If your concern is clay working -- read up on potters' arts and tools

If you are looking for High alumina refractories go for the cone sag test.

If you want "Sophisticated " Qantitative tests you will need QuantoVac Spectrometer

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