Glazed Limestone Rocks Produce Exothermic Chemical Reaction

Author: mattfiske

My name is Matt and I'm a potter living in Southeast Alaska. I've been an artist/teacher/potter for the past decade, and I got my start in ceramics in high school some 18 years ago. These days I make my living selling wheel thrown pottery that sits at the intersection of ceramics/science/mineralogy/and geology.

2 thoughts on “Glazed Limestone Rocks Produce Exothermic Chemical Reaction”

  1. Very cool…very hot, I mean ; ) must have been super fun to discover that reaction! Wonder if you are still posting or where you are now in your ceramics work. I am reading through your blog at the end of 2018. Thank you for sharing and posting all your explorations!

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