Difference between revisions of "Glass colorants"

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* amber: [[iron oxide yellow|iron oxide]] and [[sulfur]], [[coal]] and sulfur, or [[iron disulfide]].
 
* amber: [[iron oxide yellow|iron oxide]] and [[sulfur]], [[coal]] and sulfur, or [[iron disulfide]].
  
* red: [[cadmium sulfide]], cadmium selenide, manganese, metallic [[gold]], copper oxide, [[gold chloride]] or [[purple of Cassius|gold-tin purple]] (purple of Cassius).
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* red: [[cadmium sulfide]], cadmium selenide, [[manganese]], metallic [[gold]], copper oxide, [[gold chloride]] or [[purple of Cassius|gold-tin purple]] (purple of Cassius).
  
 
* violet: [[manganese oxide]]
 
* violet: [[manganese oxide]]

Latest revision as of 13:55, 1 September 2020

Description

Inorganic materials are used to color or opacify Glass as well as to color ceramic glazes and vitreous enamels. Examples include:

Synonyms and Related Terms

glass colourants (Br.); colorantes para vidro (Port.)

Resources and Citations

  • Michael McCann, Artist Beware, Watson-Guptill Publications, New York City, 1979
  • Edward Reich, Carlton J. Siegler, Consumer Goods: How to Know and Use Them, American Book Company, New York City, 1937

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