Chromium antimony titanate
A rich yellow ceramic colorant developed in the early 20th century. Chromium antimony titanate is a solid solution of chromium antimonate and titanium dioxide. Analysis shows the approximate proportions are 2-5% chromic oxide, 10-20 % antimony pentoxide, with the remainder titanium dioxide. The additions of electropositive elements will both intensify and darken the yellow color.
Inert, stable to 1300 C.
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- External source or communication Comment: C. J. Harbeck, 'Ceramic Pigments' Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 30(7), 1938.