Pigments: Titania, Iron Oxides, and Other Minerals.
Sec in Encyclopedia of Mat Sci & Eng 1986 :3529-3531
This article describes the nature and characteristics of titania and iron oxide, the two most widely used pigment materials, as well as other pigment minerals that can be synthesized or that exist in nature. Processing techniques and uses for these pigments are included.
Sec. in Encyclopedia of Mat. Sci. & Eng., 1986, PP. 3529-3531
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