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C. XavierUniversidade Federal da Paraíba, Campus I LTM, Departamento de Química, CCEN CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail

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C. CostaUniversidade Federal da Paraíba, Campus I LTM, Departamento de Química, CCEN CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail

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S. CrispimUniversidade Federal da Paraíba, Campus I LTM, Departamento de Química, CCEN CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail

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M. BernardiUFSCar CMDMC, Departamento de Química CP 676 CEP 13565-905 Rod. Washington Luis, Km 235 Săo Carlos SP Brazil E-mail CP 676 CEP 13565-905 Rod. Washington Luis, Km 235 Săo Carlos SP Brazil E-mail

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M. MaureraUniversidade Federal da Paraíba, Campus I LTM, Departamento de Química, CCEN CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail

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M. ConceiçăoUniversidade Federal da Paraíba, Campus I LTM, Departamento de Química, CCEN CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail CEP 58059-900 Joăo Pessoa PB Brazil E-mail

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E. LongoUFSCar CMDMC, Departamento de Química CP 676 CEP 13565-905 Rod. Washington Luis, Km 235 Săo Carlos SP Brazil E-mail CP 676 CEP 13565-905 Rod. Washington Luis, Km 235 Săo Carlos SP Brazil E-mail

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Abstract  

The pigments used in ceramic applications are of nature predominantly inorganic and they should be thermally stable, insoluble in glazing, resistant to the chemical and physical agents' attacks. This work aimed at the synthesis by the polymeric precursor method of ZrO2-based inorganic pigments, doped with Fe, Ni, Co, Cr and Cu cations. The fired pigments were characterized by thermogravimetry (TG), differential thermal analysis (DTA) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). Among the metals used to zirconium-doping, the best result was achieved with the cations Cu, which presented the monophase pigment, even as 20 mol% of dopant. Up to the temperature of 1000C the pigments presented a good thermal stability.

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Language English
Size A4
Year of
Foundation
1969
Volumes
per Year
1
Issues
per Year
24
Founder Akadémiai Kiadó
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Address
H-1117 Budapest, Hungary 1516 Budapest, PO Box 245.
Publisher Akadémiai Kiadó
Springer Nature Switzerland AG
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Address
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ISSN 1388-6150 (Print)
ISSN 1588-2926 (Online)

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