Autores: Strnadlova, L.|Sulcova, P.|Llusar, M.
Fuente: Journal of thermal analysis and calorimetry
102 (2), 661-665
The inorganic ceramic compounds based on the CeO2 belong into the group of high-temperature pigments. The pigments have been prepared by the classical dry process (i.e. solid-state reaction) in the temperature range from 1,300 to 1,600 º C and by the coprecipitation at the three different temperatures: 400, 600 and 1,100 º C. The principal of these pigments makes the host lattice of the CeO2, which is doped by terbium ions. This incorporation of the doped ions leads to obtaining of the interesting dark orange colour after application into ceramic glaze. The aim of our research was to improve and optimize the synthesis conditions of these pigments. The samples were submitted to thermal analysis (TG-DTA) for determination of the temperature interval of the pigment formation and the thermal stability of pigments. The compounds were also measured from the point of view of their colouring, structure and particle size distribution
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