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ID: 300395684
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/aat/300395684

 

Record Type: concept
vivianite (mineral) (mineral, inorganic material, ... Materials (hierarchy name))

 

Note: Mineral comprising naturally occuring ferrous phosphate. Vivianite was described after discovery in the St. Agnes mine in Cornwall in 1817. Used in the pigment "blue ocher"; has been found in Roman paint residues. Ferrous phosphate is used as a colorant in ceramics.
 
Terms:
vivianite (mineral) (preferred,C,U,English-P,D,U,U)

Facet/Hierarchy Code:  M.MT

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.... Materials (hierarchy name) (G)
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........ materials (substances) (G)
Hierarchy of <materials by composition>
............ <materials by composition> (G)
Hierarchy of inorganic material
................ inorganic material (G)
Hierarchy of mineral
.................... mineral (G)
Hierarchy of vivianite (mineral)
........................ vivianite (mineral) (G)

Related concepts:
composed of ....  ferrous phosphate
....................  (compounds (materials), <materials by chemical form>, ... Materials (hierarchy name)) [300395683]

Sources and Contributors:
vivianite (mineral)............  [VP Preferred]
...................................  Feller, Artists' Pigments (1986)
...................................  Mayer, Artist's Handbook of Materials and Techniques (1981)
...................................  MFA Conservation and Art Material Encyclopedia Online: CAMEO (2005-)
 
Subject: .....  [VP]
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... MFA Conservation and Art Material Encyclopedia Online: CAMEO (2005-)

 

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