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Understanding the blue color in antique mosaic mirrored glass from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Thailand
Klysubun, W; Hauzenberger, CA; Ravel, B; Klysubun, P; Huang, YY; Wongtepa, W; Sombunchoo, P
2015
Source PublicationX-RAY SPECTROMETRY
Volume44Issue:3Pages:116—123
Subtype期刊文献
AbstractTwo samples of the blue glass produced in the middle 19th century from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok, Thailand, were studied in order to understand the origin of its blue color. The oxide components and trace elements are quantitatively determined by scanning electron microscopy coupled with energy-dispersive and wavelength-dispersive spectrometry and laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectroscopy techniques. The results identify the glass type as soda-lime-silica glass with high lead content. The 3d transition elements detected include iron, manganese, cobalt, and copper. Combined analyses of X-ray absorption near edge structures and optical absorbance lead to a conclusion that the antique glass is primarily colored in blue by the divalent cobalt with additional yellow coloration as a result of the trivalent iron. The tetrahedral coordination geometry of these two species was deduced from the XANES pre-edge intensity and the optical absorption bands of their d-d transitions. The redox ratios of Fe2+/Fe3+, Mn2+/Mn3+, and Cu1+/Cu2+ in the original blue glass and the reference glasses were determined by the K-edge XANES analysis. The blue color of the antique glass can be reproduced in a laboratory glass on the basis of composition and melting conditions. Copyright (c) 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
KeywordRay-absorption Spectroscopy Synchrotron-radiation Silicate-glasses Iron Yellow Origin Copper State Ions Red
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sinap.ac.cn/handle/331007/24618
Collection中科院上海应用物理研究所2011-2020年
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Klysubun, W,Hauzenberger, CA,Ravel, B,et al. Understanding the blue color in antique mosaic mirrored glass from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Thailand[J]. X-RAY SPECTROMETRY,2015,44(3):116—123.
APA Klysubun, W.,Hauzenberger, CA.,Ravel, B.,Klysubun, P.,Huang, YY.,...&Sombunchoo, P.(2015).Understanding the blue color in antique mosaic mirrored glass from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Thailand.X-RAY SPECTROMETRY,44(3),116—123.
MLA Klysubun, W,et al."Understanding the blue color in antique mosaic mirrored glass from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Thailand".X-RAY SPECTROMETRY 44.3(2015):116—123.
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