Mössbauer study of the firing technology of the moon-white Jun porcelain in Chinese Yuan Dynasty
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The moon-white Jun porcelain glaze contains Fe2O3, Fe3O4 and structural iron. The firing atmosphere of ancient Jun kilns was modestly reductive. The firing temperature was slightly above 1250 ‡C. The glaze color appears moon-white, and is related to the low concentration of Fe2+. The coordination numbers of Fe2+ and Fe3+ are both 4.
KeywordsColor Iron Atmosphere Thin Film Fe2O3
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