black iron oxide

black iron oxide

[′blak ′ī·ərn ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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By introducing manganese into the crystal structure of a black iron oxide, we can increase the pigments heat stability to over 500 [degrees]C.
A showcase for world-class pigments manufacturing technology, the new site has the capacity to produce 30,000 metric tons of yellow, red and black iron oxide pigments per annum.
A showcase for world-class manufacturing technology, company officials note, it has annual capacity of 30,000 metric tons of yellow, red and black iron oxide pigments.
Experiments were conducted to compare red and black iron oxide to six other materials and engineered sand additives (Fig.
The resulting Solarox[TM] pigment is available in the complete range of yellow, red and black iron oxide color shades that can be blended to create a spectrum of brown, gold, tan and buff color combinations.
40 Techniques) (Iron oxides, triethoxycaprylylsilane) AS-5146 Alkyl Silane Treated Black Iron Oxide (Color 0.
Likewise, for a black iron oxide pigment, the Z-1400 again showed the best performance (Figure 14) relative to the Z-1200 and two commercial benchmark dispersants.
Veinseal HM for Steel was compared to chromite, zircon and reclaimed sand containing black iron oxide.
This in-depth study puts four anti-veining additives--red iron oxide, black iron oxide, aluminum silicate and a blended material--to the test to determine their effects on the total process emissions.
One of the best expansion control methods uses a commercially available anti-vein agent that consist of a blend of Lithia-containing materials, alpha spodumene, lithium carbonate and black iron oxide among other elements.
The natural black iron oxide obtained by this process is free from heavy metals and meets the purity requirements set for E172 in the Food Colors Regulation established by the EU.