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paper clay/kim/ thank you but

updated sat 19 may 07


Angela Davis on fri 18 may 07

I must apologize to Kim and the list, I had no intention
of causing such a dust up.

My problem was not that there is a charge for the papers
but that my question was answered by sending me to a pay site.

I asked, and this is my entire post:

"Angela Davis wrote:

Now that is interesting. Could you give a couple of examples
of the changes that might occur with the different minerals left
behind in the clay body?"

This was the only response I received:

"Please refer to

Jeoung-Ah, K. (2004) The characterisation of paper composite porcelain in
a fired state by XRD and SEM. J. Eur. Ceram. Soc., 24 (15-16), 3823-3831.
ISSN: 0955-2219
Jeoung-Ah, K. (2006) The characterisation of paper-composite porcelain in
a green state. J. Eur. Ceram. Soc., 26 (6), 1023-1034. ISSN: 0955-2219
Kim, J. A. (2006) Paper-composite porcelain: Characterisation of material
properties and workability from a ceramic art and design perspective."
Gothenburg: ArtMonitor. ISBN: 91-975911-2-2

Abstract available from the Sciencedirect" (and the the links to the paid
site folowed)

I hope this explains my chagrin,
and that Kim will accept this apology.

I know that after the response to me Kim actually provide
a couple of detailed replies to others' questions.

I highly value Clayart, there is nothing else to compare for
information exchange. I owe many on the list a huge thank you
for saving me many hours of experimenting and fumbling around on
my own.

I feel this forum has been responsible for a "Clay Revolution"
to compare with the Industrial Revolution. Viva la revolution!

Angela Davis

In lovely Homosassa