ASTM C, Standard test method for water absorption, bulk density, apparent porosity, and apparent specific gravity of fired whiteware products, Volume , Glass and ceramics. Ngale Haulin 1 , F. Tchangnwa Nya 1 , 2 , , C. Kabe 1 , B.
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ASTM C373 Water Absorption
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Absorption of Water by Ceramic and Glass Tiles by ASTM C373 method