J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 43(7); 2006 > Article
 Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 2006;43(7): 393. doi: https://doi.org/10.4191/kcers.2006.43.7.393
 소나무재와 고추나무대재 합성에 관한 연구 한영순, 이용석1, 이병하2 청강문화산업대학 도자디자인과1인하대학교 신소재공학과2명지대학교 세라믹공학과 Synthesis of Pine Tree Ash and Red Pepper Stem Ash Young-Soon Han, Yong-Seok Lee1, Byung-Ha Lee2 Department of Ceramic Design, Chungkang College1Institute of Advanced Materials, Inha University2Department of Ceramic Engineering, Myongji University ABSTRACT The development of Korean glaze originated from the development of ash glazes. Ash not only has strong solubility but also can shows the glaze a variety of different colors according to what the glaze has in it as the main component. In addition, it gives a feeling of lucidness and softness. For these reasons, there are a lot of needs for ash and many potters want to take advantage of ashes as glaze. But natural ashes have not been widely used as glaze primarily because it is relatively hard to find or manufacture. Considering the difficulty of finding or manufacturing natural ashes, this study aims to formulate synthetic ash which not only is available to the potters in general but also has the sam ε characteristics as the natural ashes. To achieve this aim, this study examines the characteristics of the pine tree ash, the main component of the glaze of celadon porcelains, and the red pepper stem ash, the main component of the brown glaze, both of which have been used by the Korean traditional potters. In this study, the alkaline component of the glaze. A important ingredient when the ashes are synthesized, was supplied by mixing of $Na_2CO_3$, Chungju limestone and rice straw ash. Furthermore, the synthetic ash, when it shows no change of pH in its composition rate of 6:2:2, was found to be usable as the most stable material. In conclusion, the formula which frits some raw $materials-Na_2CO_3$, Chungju limestone and rice straw ash-can duplicate the synthetic ash which is simila to the natural ash. Key words: Pine tree ash, Synthetic pine tree ash, Red pepper stem ash, Synthetic red pepper stem ash, Rice straw ash
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