ceramography


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ceramography

(ˌsɛrəˈmɒɡrəfɪ)
n
the study, analysis, and preparation of ceramic microstructures, usually for industrial use

ceramography

an historical or descriptive work on pottery.
See also: Pottery
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According to ceramography (Figure 7) and EDS characterization of TRISO-particle surface after deconsolidation (Figure S1, Supplementary Material available online at https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/2126876), Si (1.740 eV) was detected besides C (0.277 eV) and O (0.523 eV) if the samples are treated by large electric current like 10 A and 13 A, indicating that the outer PyC layer was broken and SiC layer was exposed.
Caption: FIGURE 7: The ceramography of TRISO-particles deconsolidated by 7 A (6.2 V).
Martini also introduced some inventions such as ceramography (1913) in which clay slabs were stained with shellac and printed on paper with wax on the back.