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math question, less than 1 multiplied by 5 is still under 1????


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4 minutes ago, Roberta12 said:

Instead of 180 g of rutile, I think (not positive) I put 180 g of Titanium Diox

Rutile is mainly titanium dioxide with some variability so it might be easy to replicate a small 100 gram batch to confirm all the Tio is what got you the look. A happy accident!

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4 minutes ago, Bill Kielb said:

Rutile is mainly titanium dioxide with some variability so it might be easy to replicate a small 100 gram batch to confirm all the Tio is what got you the look. A happy accident!

Thanks Bill!   

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wow!   i never realized i am not alone in seeing math as a puzzle,  but i am glad that those of you who embrace math problems as easily solved are willing to share the information so willingly.

thanks to all of you.

roberta, i know exactly what i did when i mixed "Nutmeg" from bill van gilder's book.  leaving the 1000 gram weight on the scale for at least 3 ingredients that were much smaller was the reason that i now write recipes from the smallest ingredient to the largest.  thanks to John Hessleberth's suggestion that the addition of 500 grams of ball clay would make a glaze but it might not look like Nutmeg, i did get a very large bucketful of a palish, beigeish, sort of brownish with speckles glaze.   i still have some.  it goes on empty bowls since it is not transparent. 

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