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High throughput synthesis of pigments by solution deposition

High throughput synthesis of pigments by solution deposition
High throughput synthesis of pigments by solution deposition
Combinatorial and high throughput methods have been utilised in the pharmaceutical industry for many years. The process involves the simultaneous synthesis of libraries containing thousands of compounds, which can then be screened for desirable properties. More recently the concepts of parallel synthesis and high-throughput screening have emerged as effective strategies in the search for novel inorganic materials. We report the development of high throughput methods, which have been used for the synthesis and preliminary characterisation of ceramic oxide pigments on an alumina substrate. This methodology has been utilised to prepare compounds with the spinel structure in the series Cu1-xZnxAl2-yCryO4 (0<x<1, 0<y<2) at a range of temperatures. The materials are analysed by rapid sequential X-ray diffraction and a simple colour measurement technique. The optical properties across the quaternary landscape can therefore be mapped as a function of composition, structure and annealing temperature.
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Henderson, Stuart J.
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Hector, Andrew L.
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Weller, Mark T.
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Henderson, Stuart J.
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Hector, Andrew L.
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Weller, Mark T.
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Henderson, Stuart J., Hector, Andrew L. and Weller, Mark T. (2005) High throughput synthesis of pigments by solution deposition. Materials Research Society, 848, FF3.17.

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Abstract

Combinatorial and high throughput methods have been utilised in the pharmaceutical industry for many years. The process involves the simultaneous synthesis of libraries containing thousands of compounds, which can then be screened for desirable properties. More recently the concepts of parallel synthesis and high-throughput screening have emerged as effective strategies in the search for novel inorganic materials. We report the development of high throughput methods, which have been used for the synthesis and preliminary characterisation of ceramic oxide pigments on an alumina substrate. This methodology has been utilised to prepare compounds with the spinel structure in the series Cu1-xZnxAl2-yCryO4 (0<x<1, 0<y<2) at a range of temperatures. The materials are analysed by rapid sequential X-ray diffraction and a simple colour measurement technique. The optical properties across the quaternary landscape can therefore be mapped as a function of composition, structure and annealing temperature.

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Published date: 13 January 2005

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Local EPrints ID: 28671
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/28671
PURE UUID: eb96ac96-af1e-493a-ba7b-036540d4e194
ORCID for Andrew L. Hector: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9964-2163

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Date deposited: 05 May 2006
Last modified: 20 Jul 2019 01:16

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Author: Stuart J. Henderson
Author: Mark T. Weller

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