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The coatings are applied either as a vapour or by spray. Examples of hot end coating materials are compounds of tin or titanium, while corresponding cold end coating compounds include organic waxes, polyethylene emulsions, polyethylene glycols and their fatty acid esters or fatty acids such as oleic acid. All cold end coatings must satisfy the health regulations of the countries where the containers are filled and distributed. Modern flat glass products are often coated. Patterned or textured glass carries a coating on the smooth side to protect the glass during handling and transportation.

The range of possible colours which can be produced is very wide. Colour may be used for purely aesthetic or for technical reasons in, for example, optical colour filters. 1. The precise colour obtained with each colourant will depend upon the glass composition, the thermal treatment and the state of oxidation of the colourant and the glass. 4 Decorating Formed and annealed glass may be further decorated by removing or adding glass to the surface. 1 © 2001 Brian Caddy Colourants used to colour glass Colourant Glass colours Iron Manganese Chromium Vanadium Copper Cobalt Nickel Uranium Titanium Neodymium Praseodymium Cerium Carbon and sulphur Cadmium sulphide Antimony sulphide Selenium Gold Green, brown, blue Purple Green, yellow, pink Green, blue, grey Blue, green, red Blue, green, pink Yellow, purple Yellow, brown, green Purple, brown Purple Green Yellow Amber, brown Yellow Red Pink, red Red glass to produce a matt or obscured finish.

De Forest P. R. (1997). The potential for microscopic physical matches in casework. Abstract B70 in Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences 3:38. 4. Kirk P. L. (1953). Crime Investigation. Interscience Publishers, New York, p. 4. 5. Gross H. (1922). Handbuch für Untersungsrichter als System der Kriminalistik (7th edn). J. Schweitzer Verlag, Berlin. 6. Palenik S. J. (1982). Microscopic trace evidence – The overlooked clue. Part I. Albert Schneider looks at some string. Microscope 30:93–100.

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