What Happens to Clay When It Is Fired?

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When clay is fired, it hardens. The particles of clay are drawn closer together by the heat, causing the clay to become more solid.
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1. Knead your clay thoroughly before placing it on a potter's wheel. Kneading removes air pockets in the clay. If air pockets are present during the firing process, the trapped air
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When clay is fired, the moisture evaporates from it, carbon and sulfur burn off, and
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also fire·clay ( fīr'klā' ) n. A type of clay that is able to withstand intense heat, used to make firebricks, crucibles, and other objects that are exposed to high
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