iron oxide

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iron oxide,

n a compound of iron and oxygen which is often used for laboratory polishing of precious metals. See also jeweler's rouge.
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Through the analysis by PZC and IEP of 4 samples, N, J, S, and A, of red Argentine soils, we have been able to conclude that, in agreement with SEM and XPS observations, clay particles are coated with iron oxides to different extents.
Linear zones of silification with pyrite (oxidized), and quartz veins with and without iron oxides occur south of most quartz-tourmaline breccias and visible surface copper minerals.
Leading global iron oxide pigment manufacturer Cathay Industries has agreed to acquire Hoover Color Corporation (Hiwassee, VA) for an undisclosed amount.
Pigments include cadmium types, complex inorganics, cobalt pigments, and transparent iron oxides.
Although some iron oxides may contain various percentages of [TiO.
Types of pigments: Blacks (Iron oxides); Blues (Phthalocyanine blue); Greens (Chrome Oxide green, Phthalocyanine green); Iron Oxide Pigments (Synthetic iron oxide); Reds (Iron Oxide, Azo red); Yellow and Oranges (Azo); Whites (Iron Oxide)
In addition, iron oxides help lower the incidence of subsurface porosity in gray and ductile iron castings.
us/dpsolutions Types of pigments: Blacks (black, brown and grey); Blues (Phthalocyanine pigments) Extender Pigments (China clay, AL Silicate, Mica); Greens (Phthalocyanine, Chrome) Iron Oxide Pigments (Transportation oxides, Black IO, Red Brown IO, Yellow IO); Metallic Pigments (Silverflake); Reds (Diketopyrrolo Pyrolle (DPP) pigments, Quinacridone pigments, Pyrazolone red and maroon, Pigment red and maroon, Misc.
There, three centuries later, pig iron was introduced for remelting purposes, but the real revolution in iron making, using charcoal to reduce iron oxide, surfaced in the 18th century.
Mineralization includes an iron oxide gossan, galena, copper and manganese oxides with rock chip assays up to 1443 g/t (42.
Conventional Yellow Iron Oxides withstand 190[degrees]C (5 min.
The remarkable benefits obtained from aluminum arise from its ability to preferentially react with iron oxides that are generated inside the cupola.