The Microchemistry of White Pigments and Inerts as They Occur Mixed in Paints

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A microchemistry of pigments is helpful in making paint analyses, ald also in studying the nature of complex pigments, such as lithopone and leaded zinc oxides. In this paper are described the methods for the necessary preparation of the sample for analysis; microchemical tests on individual pigments; and a scheme for the qualitative determination (by the use of the individual tests) of the components of a theoretical mixture of all the white pigments and inerts ordinarily found in paints.

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  • Henry Green

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