Paper Title:
Development of Waste-Containing Malayaite Ceramic Pigments
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The preparation of ceramic pigments using industrial waste, a galvanizing sludge from the Cr/Ni plating process, as primary source is here reported. The ceramic pigments were prepared using the common solid state reaction process, investigating the optimal formulation, milling and firing conditions. The main focus will be given on the synthesis of chrome-tin red malayaite Ca(Cr,Sn)SiO5 pigment that was fully characterised and then tested in a standard ceramic glaze. Typical working conditions and colour development will be also reported.

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Pages
2229-2234
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.45.2229
Citation
G. Costa, M.J. Ribeiro, T. Trindade, J. A. Labrincha, "Development of Waste-Containing Malayaite Ceramic Pigments", Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 45, pp. 2229-2234, 2006
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October 2006
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