APPLICATION OF NANOMATERIALS IN THE CERAMIC BODY, GLAZES AND GLASS IN THE HISTORICAL PROCESS


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  • Amaneh MANAFIDIZAJI
  • Khorram MANAFIDIZAJI Anadolu Universitesi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7083296

Anahtar Kelimeler:

Artistic glazes, Nanotechnology, Nano metal oxide, ceramic body, colored glass.

Özet

Nanoscience is about the occurrence in systems with nanometer and it expresses 10-9 times smaller than the unit. Scientifically, it was first defined by Richard Feynman in 1959 and then sprang into the public consciousness in 1982 (Lindsay, 2009). Today with the development of technology, use of nanoscale materials has become very common in the manufacturing and material sectors, medical and health sectors, in aerospace research and in many fields.   Apart from science, the use of Nano-dimensional materials in arts, especially in ceramics and glass art, is well known from the Bronze Age up to the present. The use of Nano-sized coloring metal oxides in the ceramic and their glazes also glass fragments found in excavation was determined by different analytical methods such as XRD, TEM, and Raman (Colomban, 2009). The most distinctive feature of the use of Nano-sized metal oxides in glass and glaze construction is the color change of these materials with light change. This is due to the dimensional properties of the metal oxides. As an illustrative example, the Lycurgus glass cup produced in Rome in the 4th century or ancient luster glazes are some of the materials which their colorant is a Nanosized metal oxide. The use of Nano-sized materials, especially metal oxides is in order to reduce the sintering temperature of the ceramic body and create different artistic effects with glazes is continuing up to the present day. In this study, the use of nanostructures in the production of ceramics from ancient times to the present day will be researched by different analyzes on samples.

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2022-10-03

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MANAFIDIZAJI, A., & MANAFIDIZAJI, K. (2022). APPLICATION OF NANOMATERIALS IN THE CERAMIC BODY, GLAZES AND GLASS IN THE HISTORICAL PROCESS. International Journal of Art, Fashion, Music and Design, 1(1), 59–69. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7083296