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Alternate Names: Vanadium (V) Oxide
A coloring agent that produces yellows, especially when in combination with tin oxide. It is also a strong flux.
|Oxides||V2O5 - Vanadium Pentoxide|
Vanadium and Wikipedia
Metallic based materials that impart fired color to glazes and bodies.
Generic materials are those with no brand name. Normally they are theoretical, the chemistry portrays what a specimen would be if it had no contamination. Generic materials are helpful in educational situations where students need to study material theory (later they graduate to dealing with real world materials). They are also helpful where the chemistry of an actual material is not known. Often the accuracy of calculations is sufficient using generic materials.
Vanadium and Compounds Toxicology
|Frit Softening Point||690C M|
|Density (Specific Gravity)||3.40|