black iron oxide

black iron oxide

[′blak ′ī·ərn ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Types of pigments: Blacks (carbon black), Blues (indanthrone blue, phthalocyanine blue, PMA/PTA Toners/Lake), Corrision inhibiting (zinc flake, zinc paste), Greens (phthalocyanine green), Iron oxide pigments (black iron oxide), Metallic pigments (aluminum paste, aluminum powders, gold bronze powders), Reds (bon red/maroon; lithol rubine; naphthol red; arylide red and maroon; perylene maroon, red, scarlet and violet, quinacridone maroon, red and violet; toluidine red), Specialty pigments (color shifting, color variable)
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.
Historically, iron oxides have been the additives of choice, primarily red iron oxide (hematite, [Fe.sub.2][O.sub.3]) and black iron oxide (magnetite, [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]).
Keep in mind that some metallic colouring oxides such as cobalt oxide, black iron oxide, manganese dioxide and black stains also look similar in the raw state.
Keltrol CG-SFT (CP Kelco) (Xanthan gum) 0.05 Glycerin 10.00 Dissolvine NA2-P (Akzo Nobel Chemicals) 0.10 (Disodium EDTA) Phase C Suncroma C47-060 (Sun Chemical Corp) 9.50 (Titanium dioxide) Suncroma C33-8073 (Sun Chemical Corp) (Iron oxides) 1.20 Suncroma C33-5000 (Sun Chemical Corp) 0.05 (Black iron oxide) Suncroma C33-128 (Sun Chemical Corp) (Iron oxide) 0.40 Phase D Parfum 0.20 Dow Coming PF-9510 Elastomer Suspension 3.00 (Dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer (and) C12-14 pareth -12)
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.
Types of pigments: Blacks (carbon black), Blues (indanthrone blue, phthalocyanine blue, PMA/PTA Toners/ Lake), Corrision inhibiting (zinc flake, zinc paste), Greens (phthalocyanine green), Iron oxide pigments (black iron oxide), Metallic pigments (aluminum paste, aluminum powders, gold bronze powders), Reds (bon red/maroon; lithol rubine; naphthol red; arylide red and maroon; perylene maroon, red, scarlet and violet, quinacridone maroon, red and violet; toluidine red), Specialty pigments (color shifting, color variable)
Veinseal HM for Steel was compared to chromite, zircon and reclaimed sand containing black iron oxide. After the tests, UNI reported the following overall ranking of the four samples:
www.sandreamllc.com INGREDIENTS WT% Phase A Talc M/DS 4R (Sandream) (Talc, dimethicone, 25.28 magnesium myristate) Mica LL3 (Sandream) (Mica la uroyi/lysine) 27.00 Bi-glo 0120 (Sandream) (Bismuth oxychloride) 11.00 Micropoly 250S (Micropowders) (Polyethylene) 4.60 Zinc stearate 4.60 Phase B DP Opal (Sandream) 18.00 Phase C Dow Corning 556 fluid (Dow Corning) (Phenylfrimethicone) 3.50 Octyldodecyl Oleate (Sandream) 2.21 Jeecide Phertoxy (Jeen) (Phenoxyethanol) 1.00 Propylparaben (Sandream) 0.10 Methylparaben (Sandream) 0.30 Ecoperse Black IO (65%) (Sandream) (Black iron oxide, 0.17 octyldo-decyl oleate) EcoperseYellow IO (45%) (Sandream) (Yellow iron oxide, 1.57 octydodecyl oleate) Ecoperse Red IO (45%) (Sandream) (Red iron oxide, 0.67 octyldodecyl oleate)