Ceramic

Of or pertaining to pottery.

ceramic

Type: Term Pronunciation: sĕr-am′ik Definitions: 1. A product made primarily from nonmetallic mineral(s) by firing at a high temperature.
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Ceramic

inorganic, nonmetalllic products for which the interatomic bonding is predominantly ionic.
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ceramic

[adj] - of or relating to or made from a ceramic 2. [n] - an artifact made of hard brittle material produced from nonmetallic minerals by firing at high temperatures
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Ceramic

Any man-made solid produced by the fusion of mineral substances in a kiln. The term 'pottery' is used to refer to those individuals who fabricate their own ware using plastic clays of all types and at all temperatures ranges.
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Ceramic

Inorganic, nonmetalllic products for which the interatomic bonding is predominantly ionic. See also: Cermet, Defect Structure, Engineering Ceramics, Glass Ceramic, Refractory, Vitrifying Tendency.
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ceramic

Object made from clay, hardened into a permanent form by baking (firing) at very high temperatures in a kiln. Once clay has been turned into ceramic, it can no longer be recycled in water. Ceramics...
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Ceramic

inorganic, nonmetalllic products for which the interatomic bonding is predominantly ionic.
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Ceramic

Inorganic, nonmetallic material, such as alumina, beryllia, or glass-ceramic, whose final characteristics are produced by subjection to high temperatures. Often used in forming ceramic-substrates for packaging semiconductor chips.
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Ceramic

Polycrystalline ferroelectric materials which are used as the sensing units in piezoelectric accelerometers. There are many different grades, all of which can be made in various configurations to satisfy different design requirements.
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Ceramic

Ce·ram'ic adjective [ Greek ..., from ... earthenware. Confer Keramic .] Of or pertaining to pottery; relating to the art of making earthenware; as, ceramic products; ceramic ornaments for ceilings.
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ceramic

adjective of or relating to or made from a ceramic; `a ceramic dish`
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ceramic

(sә-ram´ik) an object or material that is hard, brittle, and resistant to corrosion and heat, made by subjecting clay or a combination of minerals to high temperatures.
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Ceramic

• (a.) Of or pertaining to pottery; relating to the art of making earthenware; as, ceramic products; ceramic ornaments for ceilings.
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Ceramic

A hard, chemically inert seal face material that includes products refereed to as silicone carbide.
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ceramic

a shaped and fired inorganic material usually consisting of refractory sub-stances (such as silicates, oxides, and titanates) mainly crystalline when cooled
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ceramic

Object made from clay, hardened into a permanent form by baking (firing) at very high temperatures in a kiln. Once clay has been turned into ceramic, it can no longer be recycled in water. Ceramics are very versatile. They are used not only for dishes, vessels, and other decorative or functional household objects, but also for building construction...
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ceramic

Objects made of clay hardened into a relatively permanent material by firing. Also, the process of making such objects.
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Ceramic

A ceramic is an inorganic, nonmetallic solid prepared by the action of heat and subsequent cooling. Ceramic materials may have a crystalline or partly crystalline structure, or may be amorphous (e.g., a glass). Because most common ceramics are crystalline, the definition of ceramic is often restricted to inorganic crystalline materials, as opposed...
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Ceramic

Items, including tiles and pottery, made from clay and fired in a kiln.
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ceramic

Non-metal, non-resin inorganic refractory compounds processed at high temperatures (600
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Ceramic

The word ceramic is derived from the Greek word κεραμικός (keramikos). The term covers inorganic non-metallic materials which are formed by the action of heat.
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Ceramic

Medium used to create sculptures; this substance is baked, painted and glazed.
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