Glaze defects are any flaws in the surface quality of a ceramic glaze, its physical structure or its interaction with the body.
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... A fault that is commonly the result of a bubble in the glaze when it was molten that burst but was only partially healed ... from air trapped between the particles of powdered glaze as the glaze begins to mature, or from gases evolved from carbonate compounds ... The cause of this defect is the evolution of water vapour, adsorbed by the porous body, during the period between the glost firing and the decorating firing, via minute cracks in the ...
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