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IPC 7
 
C03C-C03C01016
  C03C 11/00 - C03C 29/00  

SECTION C – CHEMISTRY; METALLURGY


C 03GLASS; MINERAL OR SLAG WOOL


C 03 CCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF GLASSES, GLAZES, OR VITREOUS ENAMELS; SURFACE TREATMENT OF GLASS; SURFACE TREATMENT OF FIBRES OR FILAMENTS FROM GLASS, MINERALS OR SLAGS; JOINING GLASS TO GLASS OR OTHER MATERIALS


Subclass Index

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION 

For glasses 

C03C 1/00, C03C 3/00, C03C 4/00, C03C 6/00, C03C 10/00 to C03C 12/00 

For glazes, for vitreous enamels 

C03C 1/00, C03C 8/00 

For devitrified glass ceramics 

C03C 10/00 

For fibres or filaments 

C03C 13/00 

For glass containing a non-glass component 

C03C 14/00 

SURFACE TREATMENTS 

By diffusion into the surface 

C03C 21/00 

By coating 

C03C 17/00 

Other treatments 

C03C 15/00, C03C 19/00, C03C 23/00 

Of fibres or filaments 

C03C 25/00 

JOINING 

C03C 27/00, C03C 29/00 

GLASS OF SPECIAL STRUCTURE 

C03C 10/00 to C03C 12/00, C03C 14/00 



Chemical composition of glasses, glazes, or vitreous enamels

Note

 In groups C03C 1/00 to C03C 14/00, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place.  [4]


1/

00Ingredients generally applicable to manufacture of glasses, glazes or vitreous enamels

1/

02.Pretreated ingredients

1/

04.Opacifiers, e.g. fluorides or phosphates; Pigments

1/

06..to produce non-uniformly pigmented, e.g. speckled, marbled, or veined products

1/

08.to produce crackled effects

1/

10.to produce uniformly-coloured transparent products


3/

00Glass compositions (glass batch compositions C03C 6/00) [4]

3/

04.containing silica  [4]

Note

 If silica is specified as being present in a percent range covered by two of the groups C03C 3/06, C03C 3/062 or C03C 3/076, classification is made in both groups. If the range is covered by the three groups, classification is made in group C03C 3/04 itself.  [4]

3/

06..with more than 90% silica by weight, e.g. quartz

3/

062..with less than 40% silica by weight  [4]

3/

064...containing boron  [4]

3/

066....containing zinc  [4]

3/

068....containing rare earths  [4]

3/

07...containing lead  [4]

3/

072....containing boron  [4]

3/

074.....containing zinc  [4]

3/

076..with 40% to 90% silica by weight  [4]

3/

078...containing an oxide of a divalent metal, e.g. an oxide of zinc  [4]

3/

083...containing aluminium oxide or an iron compound  [4]

3/

085....containing an oxide of a divalent metal  [4]

3/

087.....containing calcium oxide, e.g. common sheet or container glass  [4]

3/

089...containing boron  [4]

3/

091....containing aluminium  [4]

3/

093.....containing zinc or zirconium  [4]

3/

095...containing rare earths  [4]

3/

097...containing phosphorus, niobium or tantalum  [4]

3/

102...containing lead  [4]

3/

105....containing aluminium  [4]

3/

108....containing boron  [4]

3/

11...containing halogen or nitrogen  [4]

3/

112....containing fluorine  [4]

3/

115.....containing boron  [4]

3/

118......containing aluminium  [4]

3/

12.Silica-free oxide glass compositions  [4]

3/

14..containing boron  [4]

3/

145...containing aluminium or beryllium  [4]

3/

15...containing rare earths  [4]

3/

155....containing zirconium, titanium, tantalum or niobium  [4]

3/

16..containing phosphorus  [4]

3/

17...containing aluminium or beryllium  [4]

3/

19...containing boron  [4]

3/

21...containing titanium, zirconium, vanadium, tungsten or molybdenum  [4]

3/

23..containing halogen and at least one oxide, e.g. oxide of boron  [4]

3/

247...containing fluorine and phosphorus  [4]

3/

253..containing germanium  [4]

3/

32.Non-oxide glass compositions, e.g. binary or ternary halides, sulfides, or nitrides of germanium, selenium or tellurium  [4]


4/

00Compositions for glass with special properties  [4]

Note

 When classifying in group C03C 4/00, classification is also made in the appropriate groups of group C03C 3/00 according to the glass composition.  [4]

4/

02.for coloured glass  [4]

4/

04.for photosensitive glass  [4]

4/

06..for phototropic or photochromic glass  [4]

4/

08.for glass selectively absorbing radiation of specified wave lengths  [4]

4/

10.for infra-red transmitting glass  [4]

4/

12.for luminescent glass; for fluorescent glass  [4]

4/

14.for electro-conductive glass  [4]

4/

16.for dielectric glass  [4]

4/

18.for ion-sensitive glass  [4]

4/

20.for chemical resistant glass  [4]


6/

00Glass batch compositions (single ingredients of batch compositions C03C 1/00) [4]

Note

 This group covers also compositions which are intended to be heated sufficiently for their ingredients to fuse into a glass, e.g. glass furnace charges.  [4]

6/

02.containing silicates, e.g. cullet  [4]

6/

04.containing uncombined silica, e.g. sand  [4]

6/

06.containing halogen compounds  [4]

6/

08.containing pellets or agglomerates  [4]

6/

10.containing slag  [4]


8/

00Enamels; Glazes (cold glazes for ceramics C04B 41/86); Fusion seal compositions being frit compositions having non-frit additions  [4]

8/

02.Frit compositions, i.e. in a powdered or comminuted form  [4]

8/

04..containing zinc  [4]

8/

06..containing halogen  [4]

8/

08..containing phosphorus  [4]

8/

10..containing lead  [4]

8/

12...containing titanium or zirconium  [4]

8/

14.Glass frit mixtures having non-frit additions, e.g. opacifiers, colorants, mill additions  [4]

8/

16..with vehicle or suspending agents, e.g. slip  [4]

8/

18..containing free metals  [4]

8/

20..containing titanium compounds; containing zirconium compounds  [4]

8/

22.containing two or more distinct frits having different compositions  [4]

8/

24.Fusion seal compositions being frit compositions having non-frit additions, i.e. for use as seals between dissimilar materials, e.g. glass and metal; Glass solders  [4]


10/

00Devitrified glass ceramics, i.e. glass ceramics having a crystalline phase dispersed in a glassy phase and constituting at least 50% by weight of the total composition  [4]

10/

02.Non-silica and non-silicate crystalline phase, e.g. spinel, barium titanate  [4]

10/

04.Silicate or polysilicate crystalline phase, e.g. mullite, diopside, sphene, plagioclase  [4]

10/

06..Divalent metal oxide aluminosilicate crystalline phase, e.g. anorthite, slagcerams  [4]

10/

08...Magnesium aluminosilicate, e.g. cordierite  [4]

10/

10..Alkali metal aluminosilicate crystalline phase  [4]

10/

12...Lithium aluminosilicate, e.g. spodumene, eucryptite  [4]

10/

14.Silica crystalline phase, e.g. stuffed quartz, cristobalite  [4]

10/

16.Halogen-containing crystalline phase  [4]

   C03C 11/00 - C03C 29/00  
 

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