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The Characteristics of Particle Size in Natural Mineral Pigment for Azurite Raw Material
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  • Journal title : Journal of Conservation Science
  • Volume 31, Issue 4,  2015, pp.331-339
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Conservation Science For Cultural Properties
  • DOI : 10.12654/JCS.2015.31.4.01
 Title & Authors
The Characteristics of Particle Size in Natural Mineral Pigment for Azurite Raw Material
Go, In Hee; Jeong, Hye Young; Park, Ju Hyeon; Jeong, Sir Lin; Jo, A Hyeon;
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 Abstract
This study were conducted the particle-size analysis on 57 blue pigments to understand the step distribution characteristics of blue pigments made out of Azurite by using Malvern's Mastersizer 2000. As the result, most of the conventional blue pigments in Korea, Japan, and Chinese showed good granularity step separation except for few, and the smaller the particle, the more the Span value increased and the wider the granularity distribution range. On the basis of Friedman and Sanders's Grain size, most of the pigments were sand size to silt size. 72.2% of B-100 was clay size and 2.5% of A-14 was gravel size. Even the same components can differ by the grain size directly affecting the important property such as color formation, oil absorption, specific gravity, usability, etc. so the information about the granularity distribution would be used for basic data to deal with natural pigments.
 Keywords
Particle size analysis;particle size distribution;Korean traditional Dancheong pigment;Azurite;
 Language
Korean
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