Ceramics is nothing but it is made up of metal or non -metal compounds that are first shaped hardened and then by heating on. Generally ceramic word has been derived from Greek word “pottery” which has been part high temperatures of the ceramic world. Nowadays ceramic has become one of the most commonly used name which includes glasses, advanced ceramics and cement systems .The major types of ceramics has been defined in three types: 1.earthenware 2.Stoneware 3.Proacline.
- Earthen ware: It has been considered as the one of pottery. Which has been used for the table ware and as well as the decorative objects and more over it has been considered as the one of the part of the ceramics. Moreover the clay has been heated under the temperature of 1000-11500c.
- Stoneware: In this phase the clay has been heated above 1200c until it turned into a glass. Because stoneware is a non -porous and glaze so it is applied only for the decoration purpose and more over it has been used for cooking, serving hot things .
- Porcelain: It is very hard and translucent white ceramic .It has been arrived in china around 1600bc and above 600AD.To make the porcelain small amounts of glass ,granite and some minerals are crushed in the white clay.
- Bone china: which is easier to make harder to chip and stronger than porcelain. It is made by adding ash from cattle bones to clay feldspar minerals and fine Silica sand.
Advanced ceramicmaterials has been used in day to day life in the form of fridge magnets to increasing wide range of industries. In medicine the advanced ceramics is also known as bioceramics which plays a vital role in bone substituents like knee and hip transplantations.
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