Temperature: 200C - 450C

Description:Alumina Hydrate Decomposition


The decomposition occurs about 200-400C so poses no threat to creating bubbles in already-melting glazes. That being said, considerable amounts of water are generated and these could affect the density of the glaze lay-down.

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  • (Materials) Alumina Hydrate - Al2O3.3H2O

    Alum Hydrate, Alumina Trihydrate, Hydrated Alumina, Alpha Aluminum Trihydroxide, Gibbsite

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