Agent for imparting fluorescence to ceramic
A technology of imparting agents and fluorescence, applied in the direction of luminescent materials, dental preparations, chemical instruments and methods, etc., can solve problems such as productivity deterioration and danger
Inactive Publication Date: 2014-10-01
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Provided is an agent for imparting fluorescence to a ceramic that does not require the use of an acidic solution during production. The agent for imparting fluorescence to a ceramic is an aqueous solution containing 5 to 90 wt% of glycerin and 0.01 to 10 wt% of one, two, or more selected from bismuth bromide (BiBr3), bismuth bromate (Bi(BrO3)3), bismuth chloride (BiCl3), bismuth chlorate (Bi(ClO3)3), bismuth fluoride (BiF3), bismuth pentafluoride (BiF5), bismuth hydroxide (Bi(OH)3), bismuth iodide (BiI3), bismuth iodate (Bi(IO3)3), bismuth nitrate (Bi(NO3)3), bismuth subnitrate (Bi5O(OH)9(NO3)4), bismuth phosphate (BiPO4), and bismuth sulfate (Bi2(SO4)3).
Artificial teethDentistry preparations +3
ChlorateBismuth fluoride +14
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