Oxide of iron (III) 2833298000
The formation of a strong, thin layer of iron (II) oxide on the surface of steel is the result of a process called bluing (blackening). By adjusting the thickness of this layer, in addition to black, any tarnishing colors can be achieved. This property of iron (II) oxide is used to build the technology for obtaining color patterns on steel.
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