Definition of Cobalt ultramarine
1. Noun. Greenish-blue pigment consisting essentially of cobalt oxide and alumina.
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Literary usage of Cobalt ultramarine
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1. A Handbook of chemical technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner, Rudolf Wagner, William Crookes (1877)
"Cobalt-ultramarine, chiefly under the dénomination of Thenard'e blue, ... ¡sa compound similar to the cobalt-ultramarine, for the alumina of which ruido of ..."
2. Manual of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1904)
"It consists of 40 to 56 parts of nickel, 26 to 44 of arsenic, along with copper, iron, bismuth, and sulphur. cobalt ultramarine. ..."
3. The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and (1871)
"cobalt ultramarine.—in the " Journal für Prak Chemie " [Nos. ... Next this paper contains researches on a sample of cobalt ultramarine, which had been kept ..."
4. Manual of Chemistry by George Fownes (1883)
"The glass, when complete, is removed and poured into cold water ; it is afterwards ground to powder and elutriated. cobalt ultramarine is a fine blue colour ..."
5. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"... mixed with 2 or 3 parts of tine sand or ground quartz, and is used for the samo purpose as smalt for the coarser work. Cobalt blue, cobalt ultramarine, ..."