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iron oxide

[′ī·ərn ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Any of the hydrated, synthetic, or natural oxides of iron: ferrous oxide, ferric oxide, ferriferous oxide.

iron oxide

A principal ingredient in a family of inorganic pigments, ranging from yellow through red and from purple to black; used extensively in paints.

iron oxide

The material used to coat the surfaces of magnetic tapes and lower-capacity disks.
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Lanxess is the first producer of iron oxide pigments to offer the market SCS certification on the recycled content of its products.
Iron oxides and arsenic exhibit tight bonding properties, and oxides are relatively cheap materials.
Types of pigments: Blacks (magnetic, inorganic), Blues (ultramarine, encapsulated), Corrosion inhibiting (zinc, nonzinc, inorganic), Greens (chrome oxide, micronized), Iron oxide pigments (red, yellow, encapsulated, micronized), Metallic pigments (ink grade, passivated), Reds (inorganic), Yellow and oranges (inorganic)
3+] in the iron oxide structure and because of the small size of the oxide particles.
LANXESS Begins Iron Oxide Pigment Plant Construction II-66
The purpose of this research was to study properties and applications of iron oxide nanoparticles in medical purposes, specially MRI, drug delivery and cancer treatment through magnetic hyperthermia method.
The Chaparra project is situated approx, 560 kilometers south east of Lima within the Peruvian iron oxide copper gold belt.
Nanoparticles with magnetic properties, such as iron oxide nanocrystals, usher the protons to their original spins much faster than unmagnetic particles do.
For this reason, metalcasters, with the help of the Casting Emissions Reduction Program (CERP), formulated a study that focused on the three most commonly used core additives--red iron oxide, black iron oxide and aluminum silicate--and blended materials and analyzed their effects on emissions, core tensile strength and casting quality.
A new clean-shade, red-brown complex inorganic pigment is said to be suited to a wide variety of plastics applications where traditional iron oxide pigments are not sufficient.
The reason they use tires is because of the steel in the tires, which replaces iron oxide in the manufacture of cement.
Several anomalies which show coincident calc-silicate minerals (the host rock for the El Capitan deposit) and iron oxide minerals (the El Capitan mineralization occurs with iron oxide minerals) have been located.