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The liquid is gently blotted away with a tissue. A very translucent incisal porcelain can be added to the top of the unit to form the light transmitting incisal portion of the tooth. 5 in. (70 cm) of mercury) from 760-970°C (1400-1775°F). The tooth may be ground with a small hand-held wheel to create a natural looking tooth structure. The unit is again vacuum fired from 760-970°C (1400- 1775°F). After bench cooling, the surface may be deliberately stained at this point to create some characteristic features of natural dentition.

In any case, at least 80 wt% of the glaze should be the above-mentioned frit. The compositional limits of these frits are critical. 5 wt% in the glaze, the glaze will lack flowability to form a smooth coating during firing. 5 wt%, there is excessive solubility of underglaze decorations. 0 wt% in the glaze, it ceases to act as a flux to produce a defect-free surface. 5 wt%, the typical zinc oxide defects of pitting and pinholing are encountered. 0 wt% in the glaze, inadequate stability of certain underglaze colors and, in particular, chrome-tin pinks is found.

The brilliance of the leadless glaze is at least 90% of that achieved in the best leaded glazes. The critical glaze constituent in the development of this high brilliance is the zinc oxide. The zinc oxide acts in conjunction with the other fluxes to produce and increase the brilliance of the glaze. Figure 3 illustrates that there is a range of gloss possible to meet various application requirements. The possibilities range from a high gloss to a low gloss, almost satin finish. Figure 4 also illustrates the range of gloss from high to low.

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