Colloidal colors




Colloidal colors


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Colloidal colors


Meaning of term colloidal colors

Colors which are due to the presence of a pigment in an extremely finely divided or colloidal state. Gold ruby colors in both glass and paints are examples. Extended heating will cause the colloidal particles to grow, shifting the color, in the case of go


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Maddy, D. L., Krueger, B. E., &, Hoover, R. L. (1992). Reference and technical manual: A comprehensive guide to stained glass (2nd ed.), 738-764. Lee's Summit, MO: Stained Glass Association of America.


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