A ceramic tile is an irregular-shaped stone that appears in many household objects, including ceramic barbecue tiles and ceramic tile flooring.
They’re made by a clay-based mineral called gypsum.
This is made by mixing a mixture of calcium sulfate and sulfuric acid with lime, a chemical commonly used in baking and baking powder.
The gypsic acid creates a very strong chemical reaction that makes the stone hard and pliable, while the calcium sulfates form a strong adhesive and are used to create the ceramic tile.
Gypsum also gives the ceramic an attractive appearance.
The color changes to pink when it dries, and the color changes again when it is rubbed and then polished.
The most common use for ceramic tile has been for food-safety purposes, but some homeowners have also used it as a cooking ingredient in cooking pots.
Some ceramic tile also has been used for decorative purposes.
This article was originally published on CBC.ca on March 25, 2018.