Ceramic and Glass materials
Holding in ceramic production and glasses utilizes covalent and ionic-covalent sorts with SiO2 (silica or sand) as a major building square. Pottery are as delicate as earth or as hard as stone and cement. For the most part, they are crystalline in frame. Building earthenware production are known for their firmness and solidness under high temperatures, pressure and electrical anxiety. Alumina, silicon carbide, and tungsten carbide are produced using a fine powder of their constituents in a procedure of sintering with a cover. Hot squeezing gives higher thickness material. Synthetic vapor testimony can put a film of an earthenware on another material. Ceramets are artistic particles containing a few metals.