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Boron Trioxide

Boron trioxide is one of the oxides of boron. It is one of the most difficult compounds known to crystallize. Boron trioxide is produced by treating borax with sulfuric acid in a fusion furnace. It is used in the production of boron, heat resistant glass, fire retardants for paints and cellulose insulation, boron carbide, and also in electronics.

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Calcium Borate

Calcium borate can be prepared by reacting calcium metal with boric acid. A hydrated form occurs naturally as the minerals colemanite, nobleite and priceite. One of its uses is as a binder in some grades of hexagonal boron nitride for hot pressing. Other uses are flame retardant in epoxy molding compounds, a ceramic flux in some ceramic glazes, reactive self-sealing binders in hazardous waste management, additive for insect-resistant polystyrene, fertilizer, and production of boron glasses.

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Cobalt Nitrate

Cobalt nitrate is the inorganic cobalt(II) salt of nitric acid. The high solubility of cobalt nitrate makes it a common source of cobalt in metal-organic frameworks and coordination chemistry. It is also reduced to metallic cobalt or precipitated on various substrates for Fischer-Tropsch catalysis.

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Dichromic Acid

Dichromic acid is an intermediate in chromium plating, and is also used in ceramic glazes, and colored glass.

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Iron Oxide Red

Red iron oxide is the most common colorant in ceramics and has the highest amount of iron.

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Nickel Nitrate

Nickel Nitrate is the chemical compound. Nickel compounds are used in plating, coloring ceramics, making some batteries, and as chemical reaction catalysts.

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Red Lead Oxide

Red lead oxide is most often used as a pigment for primer paints for iron objects. Due to its toxicity, its use is being limited. In the past, it was used in combination with linseed oil as a thick, long-lasting anti-corrosive paint. The combination of minium and linen fibres was also used for plumbing, now replaced with PTFE tape. Currently it is mostly used for manufacture of glass, especially lead glass. It finds limited use in some amateur pyrotechnics as a relatively potent oxidizer.

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Tin (IV) Oxide

Tin (IV) Oxide is a white powder and insoluble in water but soluble in concentrated sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid. It reacts vigorously with strong reducing agents and is incompatible with chlorine trifluorid. Tin (IV) Oxide has long been used as an opacifier and as a white colorant in ceramic glazes.Its use has been particularly common in glazes for earthenware, sanitary ware and wall tiles; see the articles tin-glazing and Tin-glazed pottery. It can be used as a polishing powder, sometimes in mixtures also with lead oxide, for polishing glass, jewelery, marble and silver. Tin (IV) Oxide coatings are used in glass industry.

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VISCOLAM 990/B

VISCOLAM 990/B is a water solution of synthetic polymers. It is used as thickening agent for screen printing pastes.

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Zinc Carbonate

Zinc Carbonate used in ceramics and ointments, pharmaceuticals, as a fireproofing agent, feed additive.

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