porcelain enamel


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porcelain enamel

n.
A glass coating fired on metal. Also called vitreous enamel.
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por′celain enam′el


n.
a glass coating made to adhere to a metal or another enamel by fusion.
[1880–85]
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Although lids on most charcoal grills can't peel because they're coated with porcelain enamel, occasionally you may see small pieces of debris on the inside of the lid that look like peeling paint.
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Just about the only drawback was rust, particularly when the porcelain enamel got chipped.
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The rate of exchange of hydronium ions with alkali ions from the glass surface has been studied by many authors in case of exposure to acid media [Clark et al., 1976; Goetcheus, 2006; Volkov et al., 1984; Porcelain Enamel Institute, 2006].
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