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Steve Immerman
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Re: Trying to isolate the culprit

Postby Steve Immerman » Mon Mar 17, 2003 5:33 pm

[quote="Hugo Gavarini"]Hello;

But what effect did you get when blasting with SiC a colored glass surface, then firing. I believe I have read Steve got a microscopic pitting effect under a magnifier and a slight haze when seeing with the eye. Am I right?. BTW, pictures by Steve are good ones, I misread them.

On the subject of “pittingâ€

Hugo Gavarini
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Re: Trying to isolate the culprit

Postby Hugo Gavarini » Mon Mar 17, 2003 9:15 pm

"...As for color change, I'm not sure what you mean."


I mean local decolorizing (Sp.?), a lack of color in the pit surrounding. I wonder if somehow the pit content have eaten the near matrix color.

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