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Unit 7 Topic 14
Using Unity Formulae
How is the coefficient of expansion for a glaze calculated?
The coefficient of expansion is found by adding up all the values in the unity formula.

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The coefficient of expansion is the accumulation of the expansions calculated for each individual oxide present in a unity formula.
The coefficient of expansion is the sum of the alumina and silica values in the unity formula.
The coefficient of expansion is is calculated by dividing the total of the flux values in the unity formula by the silica value.
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