Observations on the Influence of Titania on the Properties of Glass JSGT_V08_T187-T205
Titanium oxide, despite its widespread occurrence in Nature, has until recently been of little importance in industry. To the glassworker, its behaviour has remained generally unknown, a fact borne out not only by the comparative absence of published literature concerning it, but also by the nature of inquiries which have reached us from time to time concerning its possible action when present in glass. It is present, for example, as a minor constituent of certain sands and a much more frequent component of clays; and the question has several times been raised as to its influence if taken into solution from fireclay refractory material containing considerable percentages of it.
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