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A coating for walls and ceilings that gives a textured finish. Arita. Toponym. A type of Japanese porcelain decorated with asymmetric designs. Made in the town of Arita. artifact. Noun. Alternative spelling of artefact. ark. Noun. A large container or vat used for the mixing and storage of clay slips. artificial aging. Verb. In a precipitation hardening process it is aging above room temperature. That is heating to achieve an improvement in hardness. arkose. Noun. Sedimentary, course-grained sandstone composed of fragments containing a high ratio of feldspar and quartz cemented by clay minerals.
Amperage. Noun. (1) The strength of an electric current measured in amperes. (2) The rated current of an electrical component or device. ampere. A. Noun. The basic SI unit of electric current; defined as the constant current that, when maintained in two parallel conductors of infinite length and negligible cross section placed 1 m apart in a vacuum, produce a force of attraction between them of 2 × 10−7 N m−1. 1 A is equivalent to 1 C s−1. Abbreviated a; A; amp. Ampere currents. Noun. A postulated “molecular-ring” current used to explain the phenomenon of magnetism, as well as the apparent nonexistence of isolated magnetic poles.
Arsenopyrite. Noun. FeAsS. A grey-white ore of arsenic consisting of monoclinic crystals of iron arsenide sulphide. Also called mispickel. Arrentine ware. Noun. See Samian ware. arris. Noun. The short edge or angle at the junction of a building brick and a ridge tile at the hip or ridge of a roof moulding, or raised edge. arsenic. Noun. In the ceramic context, a term for arsenic oxide As2O3. See arsenic oxide. arsenic acid. Noun. 5H2O. Sometimes used as a source of arsenic in glass. See arsenic oxide.
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