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|GSPT - Frit Softening Point||2435C (From The Oxide Handbook. We also have a figure of 2585?)|
-Used in electrical conducting ceramics, refractories, insulators, glass, and stains.
-Used with Sc, La, Cs oxides in TiO2 bodies for better control of properties than possible with alkaline earths.
-With ZrO2 it make good high temperature refractories.