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Magnetite Granular

Formula: Fe3O4
Alternate Names: FERROSO-FERRIC OXIDE, FEROSIC OXIDE

OxideAnalysisFormula
Fe2O366.17%1.000
FeO33.83%1.000
Oxide Weight241.80
Formula Weight241.80
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DENS - Density (Specific Gravity) 5.18
HMOH - Hardness (Moh) 6.5
GSPT - Frit Softening Point 1538C D

It is not to be confused with brown Fe3O4 mixed ferrous-ferric iron oxide. Unlike the much softer black and red iron oxide, this material is useful in granular form to introduce specking into bodies and glazes. Many other materials are available as speckling agents.


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