10 terms

I3D: Quiz #5

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glaze
a thick liquid applied to bisqueware and fired; adds color, improves strength, and allows safe consumption
types of glaze
matte or glossy; opaque or transparent
brushing
a glazing technique in which one uses a painter's tool
finger test
a "check" to determine if glaze is mixed well
whisk
a utensil consisting of wire loops fixed in a handle, for stirring glaze
test tile
a sample that allows you to determine what a glaze should appear like after its final firing
chemicals
each glaze of comprised of water and it's own formula of ___________________.
heat
glazes react to __________ during the firing, changing its properties.
underglaze
a liquid colorant that requires glaze on top of it
silica
a chemical found in glaze that allows it to turn glass-like