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What are ceramics and the 3 types of ceramics?

Ceramics is a solid material that is usually available as an inorganic compound of metals and non-metals etc. The three types of ceramics are earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain.

When was ceramics invented?

It is believed that the oldest known body of pottery is about 10,000 years old. However, as the human progressed, they improved ceramics for consumption and advancement of the human race.

Where do ceramics come from?

Ceramics are usually made by combining different elements like water, a mixture of clay, earthen elements and powders etc.

Who made the first ceramics?

It is believed that people of Mesopotamia were the first to excel in ceramics pottery production as they invented the potter’s wheel which completely revolutionized the process of pottery making at that time.

Why ceramics are useful?

Ceramics are highly useful in human life as they are strong yet easily and cheaply made anywhere. Every home is filled with ceramics in shapes of kitchenware like plates, mugs and even knives.

How is Ceramic Made?

Ceramic is usually made by combining a mixture of clay, earthen elements, water and then they are shaped into the desired form by a simple yet technical process.

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