Who invented porcelain?

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Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 and 1,400 °C (2,200 and ...
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Porcelain was invented in China from 608-676, though it was not a sudden invention. They don’t know exactly how or when the first true porcelain was ...
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Porcelain electrical insulation Incandescent light bulb: 1920’s: High-strength quartz-enriched porcelain for insulators Alumina spark plugs Glass windows ...
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Yes it was - but then re-invented in Meissen Germany around 1708. Chinese porcelain was highly prized in Europe because they had nothing like it. The ...
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Porcelain. It seems that porcelain was not a sudden invention, although some claim that Tao-Yue (c.608 - c.676 AD) was the legendary inventor of porcelain.
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History of Dental Bridges and Crowns. ... These were very comfortable which led to porcelain jacket crowns being invented by Charles Land in 1905.
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