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A binder. There are many grades that differ by their degrees of polymerization and hence the viscosities of their aqueous solutions, one is specifically for glazes and engobes.

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Oxide Analysis Formula
Typecodes Additives for Ceramic Glazes
Materials that are added to glazes to impart physical working properties and usually burn away during firing. In industry all glazes, inks and engobes have additives, they are considered essential to control of cohesion, adhesion, suspension, dry hardness, surface levelling, rheology, speed-of-drying, etc. Among potters, it is common for glazes to have zero additives.
Materials Peptapon
Materials CMC Gum

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