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Information on Porcelainware   Porcelainware

Lab porcelainware refers to laboratory instruments and containers made from porcelain, a type of ceramic material that is fired at high temperatures to create a hard, dense, and non-porous material. Porcelainware is known for its excellent chemical resistance, thermal stability, and mechanical strength, which makes it suitable for a wide range of laboratory applications.

Porcelainware is often preferred over glassware or plasticware for high-temperature applications, as it can withstand higher temperatures without breaking or melting. It is also non-reactive and easy to clean, making it suitable for many laboratory applications. However, porcelainware can be brittle and may break if dropped or subjected to thermal shock. It is also more expensive than glassware or plasticware, so it may not be the best option for all laboratory applications.

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