• Project KP-06-H27/14-2018
    “Study on the synthesis of ceramic pigments from pure and waste raw materials applicable to the silicate industry”
    (National Science Fund of Bulgaria)

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  • Project KP-06-H27/14-2018
    “Study on the synthesis of ceramic pigments from pure and waste raw materials applicable to the silicate industry”
    (National Science Fund of Bulgaria)

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  • Project KP-06-H27/14-2018
    “Study on the synthesis of ceramic pigments from pure and waste raw materials applicable to the silicate industry”
    (National Science Fund of Bulgaria)

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Abstract of the project

The aim of the present project is to study the possibilities to synthesize ceramic pigments from pure and waste materials with respect to their possible use as pigments in the silicate industry. The ceramic pigments are inorganic colored finely dispersed powders which, when added to certain medium, impart specific color and change some properties. Besides their coloring ability, the ceramic pigments are resistant to atmospheric and chemical influences, high temperature, decomposing effect of silicate melts and light. These colored inorganic substances have high coefficient of refraction, they are insoluble in water and binding materials but can be dispersed within them, thus imparting certain color to them.

It is intended to focus the efforts of the team on investigation of the possibilities to utilize waste products …

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Spectrophotometric analysis of the obtained tiles manufactured at the “Han Omurtag" plant, Shumen and tested in production conditions after glazemite pigment glazing

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Institutes
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Laboratories
14
participants

Publications and lectures

Synthesis and characterization of willemite ceramic pigments suitable for the ceramic industry by utilization of Rice Husk Ash

I. Markovska, Ts. Dimitrov, Ts. Ibreva

Synthesis and study of ceramic pigments in the system MnOZn0SiO2

Ts. I. Dimitrov, Ts. H. Ibreva, I. G. Markovska

Synthesis of willemite pigments doped with different d-chromophore elements – Co and Ni (part 1)

I. Markovska, Ts. Dimitrov, Ts., Ibreva, F. Yovkova, A.Karamanov, N. Jordanov

Contact Information

Call: (+359) 887 666 021

Email: imarkovska@btu.bg

Prof. Irena Georgieva Markovska

Prof., PhD

prof. Assen Zlatarov University
Department “Technology of water, inorganic substance and silicates”

  • Н index (according to Scopus or Web of Science): 6
  • Total number of scientific publications: 169
  • From them with impact factor or impact rang: 48
  • Number of citations of the scientific publications: 550
  • Number of scientific publications in the last five years: 47
  • From them with impact factor or impact rang: 13
  • Number of citations of the scientific publications in the last five years: 300
  • Number of patents and utility models: 7

Assoc. Prof. Tsvetan Ivanov Dimitrov

Assoc. Prof., PhD

Call: (+359) 887 631 645

Email: tz_dimitrow@abv.bg

Ivan Stoyanov Gutzow, Academician

Professor, DSc

Call: (+359) 979 2565 / 2552

Email: i.s.gutzow@abv.bg

Prof. Alexander Karamanov

Prof., PhD

Call: (+359 2) 979-2565 / 2552

Email: karama@ipc.bas.bg

Assoc. Prof. Georgi Chernev

Assoc. Prof., PhD

Call: (+359 2) 8163374

Email: g.chernev@uctm.edu