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Question 1: Ceramics such as ________ and boron carbide have been used in ballistic armored vests to repel large-calibre rifle fire.
Aluminium chlorideAluminium hydroxideAluminium oxideAluminium

Question 2: Structural, including ________, pipes, floor and roof tiles

Question 3: A glass is often not understood as a ceramic because of its ________ (non-crystalline) character.
SolidLiquidGlass transitionAmorphous solid

Question 4: In the early 1980s, ________ researched production of an adiabatic ceramic engine which can run at a temperature of over 6000 °F (3300 °C).

Question 5: [1] Ceramic materials may have a crystalline or partly crystalline structure, or may be ________ (e.g., a glass).
SolidGlass transitionLiquidAmorphous solid

Question 6: Methods for dealing with them tend to fall into one of two categories - either make the ceramic in the desired shape, by reaction in situ, or by "forming" powders into the desired shape, and then ________ to form a solid body.
SiliconCeramic engineeringSinteringCarbon

Question 7: Ceramics are increasingly used in motorsports, where a series of durable and lightweight insulatory coatings have become neccessary, for example on ________.
Two-stroke engineFour-stroke engineManifold (automotive)Oil pump (internal combustion engine)

Question 8: The earliest ceramics were pottery objects made from ________, either by itself or mixed with other materials.
SoilClaySoil liquefactionSand

Question 9: Refractories, such as ________ linings, gas fire radiants, steel and glass making crucibles
CharcoalOxygenKilnCement kiln

Question 10: Earthenware, which is often made from clay, quartz and ________.


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