Ceramics bY: CJ AND JP

POTS AND OTHER ARTICLES MADE FROM CLAY HARDENED BY HEAT.

Uses of Ceramics: Vases, Pots, Cups, Bricks, Tiles, and Glass

Ceramics is a made man material and its structures are Covalent and Ionic

Ceramics was first invented in Mesopotamia and comes from the Greek word burnt material.

Ceramics resists heat and is made at extremely high temperatures. It also has a freezing point of 28 degrees Fahrenheit and a boiling point of 4215 degrees Celsius.

Ceramics has high Compression strength, low electricity conductivity, and contains many chemical compounds.

Ceramics is a hard brittle substance which is good for producing pottery, porcelain, china,, and ceramics tile.

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Created with images by Pexels - "banner bowls ceramic" • pinmonkeypress - "Slides_026" • Hamner_Fotos - "DSCF4295" • Nikiko - "coffee mugs t brown" • dalbera - "Gourde art nouveau (Musée de l'île-de-France)" • Bytemarks - "Japan 2010" • LubosHouska - "potter ceramics clay"

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