Ceramic and Glass Science Engineering
A ceramic is a non-metallic inorganic solid made of metal or non-metal components, most commonly crystalline oxide, nitride, or carbide that is created and then heated to high temperatures. In shearing, stress, and corrosion, ceramic materials are brittle, strong, compressive, and stiff. Covalent (and/or ionic) bonding is extremely strong in ceramics. Advanced material conferences engineering ceramics, the primary compositional categories are oxides, nitrides, and carbides. Engineering ceramics are used to manufacture components for applications such as tappet heads, industrial industries, electrical devices, and turbochargers. Glass is the most transparent non-crystalline material and is used in window frames, dinnerware, optics, and optoelectronics for a variety of functional, technical, and decorative purposes. Soda-lime glass, which is made up of about calcium oxide, 75 percent silicon dioxide, sodium carbonate oxide, and a few minor additions, is used to make container glass and conventional glazing. In Advanced Materials conferences Metallic salts can be used to colour glass, and vitreous enamels can be painted and printed.