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Title: Artificial yellow pigments: production and characterization through spectroscopic methods of analysis
Authors: Pelosi, Claudia
Agresti, Giorgia
Santamaria, Ulderico
Mattei, Elisabetta
Keywords: artificial yellow pigments;Raman spectroscopy;X-ray diffraction;Scanning electron microscopy
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Morana RTD
Source: Pelosi C., Agresti G., Santamaria U., Mattei E., Artificial yellow pigments: production and characterization through spectroscopic method of analysis, e-Preservation Science, 2010, 7, pp. 108-115.
Series/Report no.: e-Preservation Science;7
Artificial yellow pigments (lead-tin yellow type I and type II,
lead antimonate yellow and lead-tin-antimony yellow) have
been produced, starting from various recipes and from pure
chemicals, in different experimental conditions. The products
were analysed using micro-Raman spectroscopy.
Differences in stoichiometric ratios, in melting temperatures
and in crucible typologies were examined. Other analytical
techniques were required to characterize the stoichiometric
ratios of the obtained products (X-ray diffraction,
scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive
spectroscopy and differential thermal analysis).The results
are analysed and discussed in terms of correlations among
chemical composition, melting conditions and colour hue.
ISSN: 1581-9280 web edition
1854-3928 print edition
Rights: If not otherwise stated, this document is distributed by the Tuscia University Open Archive under a Creative Commons 2.0 Attribution - Noncommercial - Noderivs License (
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