Origin of fusibility
Examples from the Web for fusibility
Historical Examples of fusibility
It possesses a convenient degree of fusibility, above that of zinc and tin, but much lower than that of copper.
Most clayworkers and investigators employ the term 'fusibility' in a special sense which is apt to be misleading.
The fusibility of clays is a characteristic which has been very imperfectly studied.
Nevertheless, it would be advancing too much to pretend that we must attribute all to fusibility, and nothing to density.Buffon's Natural History. Volume X (of 10)
Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
This process is the firing of the clay to a primrose or a white heat according to its fusibility.Pottery, for Artists Craftsmen & Teachers
George J. Cox