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Iron Oxide

Profile:Manufacturer - Producer|Ref:PSL207589YH | Country: China | Currency: usd | Export: No

Currency : usd
incoterm : fob
country : China

Colors: black/red/yellow/green/brown/blue
Pigment chemical materials
Good texture, clean powder
Brilliantly colored powder
Strong coloring power, excellent coverage
Good weather ability
Cubic, metastable, converts to the alpha phase at high temperatures
Occurs naturally as the mineral maghemite
Ultrafine particles smaller than 10 nanometers are super paramagnetic
Can be prepared by thermal dehydratation of gamma iron (III) oxide-hydroxide, careful oxidation of iron (II, III) oxide
Ultrafine particles can be prepared by thermal decomposition of iron(III) oxalate
Iron industry: overwhelming application of iron (III) oxide is as the feedstock of the steel and iron industries, such as production of iron, steel and various alloys
Fine powder of ferric oxide is known as jeweler's rouge, red rouge or simply rouge, used to put the final polish on metallic jewelry and lenses, and historically as a cosmetic
Rouge cuts more slowly than some modern polishes, such as cerium(IV) oxide, but is still used in optics fabrication and by jewelers for the superior finish it can produce, when polishing gold, the rouge slightly stains the gold, which contributes to the appearance of the finished piece
Rouge is sold as a powder, paste, laced on polishing cloths, or solid bar (with a wax or grease binder)
Other polishing compounds are also often called rouge, even when they do not contain iron oxide
Jewelers remove the residual rouge on jewelry by use of ultrasonic cleaning
Tool sharpening: products sold as stropping compound are often applied to a leather strop to assist in getting a razor edge on knives, straight razors, or any other edged tool
Pigment: Niche use

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