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JP2013123469A
JP2013123469A JP2011272372A JP2011272372A JP2013123469A JP 2013123469 A JP2013123469 A JP 2013123469A JP 2011272372 A JP2011272372 A JP 2011272372A JP 2011272372 A JP2011272372 A JP 2011272372A JP 2013123469 A JP2013123469 A JP 2013123469A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide color rendering glass that has a glass bottom not thick and not heavy and that provides excellent color rendering.SOLUTION: A storing recess (11A) of the bottom of a bottomed tubular glass body (11) is filled with liquid silicone (13) and sealed with a lid (14). In the liquid silicone, phosphorescent pigment (13) having an average grain size in the range of 50-150 μm is mixed in an amount of 40-70 wt.% to the liquid silicone, a high density layer of the phosphorescent pigment is formed on the bottom side of the liquid silicone by sedimentation of the phosphorescent pigment in the liquid silicone. On the lower outside surface of the glass body, a light diffusion layer (12) is formed whose surface has repetition of roughness, and the outer surface of the light diffusion layer is frosted, thereby light transmission to outside the glass body is suppressed.

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この発明は演色グラスに関し、特にグラス底部が厚く重くなることがなく、優れた演色性を得ることができるようにしたグラスに関する。   The present invention relates to a color rendering glass, and more particularly to a glass in which an excellent color rendering property can be obtained without the glass bottom being thick and heavy.

例えば、ショットバーやカフェバーでは周囲を薄暗くするとともに静かなミュージックをながす一方、カクテルなどの飲み物を入れたグラスに上方からスポット照明をあてて手元を明るくし、静かで落ち着いた雰囲気をかもしだすことが行われている。   For example, while shot bars and cafe bars dim the surroundings and tranquil music, a glass of cocktails and other drinks can be spotlighted from above to lighten your hands and create a quiet and calm atmosphere. Has been done.

他方、グラスの底部を二重構造とし、LEDと電源とを内蔵し、スポット照明を用いることなく、グラスの底部を発光させるようにした演色グラスが提案されている(特許文献1)。   On the other hand, a color rendering glass has been proposed in which the bottom of the glass has a double structure, an LED and a power source are incorporated, and the bottom of the glass emits light without using spot illumination (Patent Document 1).

また、グラスの搭載面内にLEDを設けるとともに電源を内蔵し、載せたグラスを下方から照明するようにした発光コースタも提案されている(特許文献2)。   There has also been proposed a light-emitting coaster in which an LED is provided in the glass mounting surface, a power source is built in, and the placed glass is illuminated from below (Patent Document 2).

特開2006−345957号公報JP 2006-345957 A 特開2006−20926号公報JP 2006-20926 A

しかし、特許文献1記載の演色グラスではグラス底部が厚くなるので、デザインが損なわれやすくて商品性が低下するばかりでなく、グラスが重くなって取扱いが煩わしい。   However, in the color rendering glass described in Patent Document 1, since the glass bottom is thick, not only is the design easily damaged and the merchantability is lowered, but the glass is heavy and handling is troublesome.

本発明はかかる問題点に鑑み、グラス底部が厚く重くなることがなく、優れた演色性を得ることができるようにした演色グラスを提供することを課題とする。   In view of such problems, an object of the present invention is to provide a color rendering glass in which an excellent color rendering property can be obtained without the glass bottom being thick and heavy.

本発明に係る演色グラスは、蓄光してグラス全体を発光させるようにした演色グラスであって、グラス本体は透明又は半透明の材料を用いて有底筒状に製作され、グラス本体の底面には収納凹部が形成され、該収納凹部には液状シリコンが充填されて蓋によって密封され、該液状シリコンには50μm〜150μmの範囲内の大きさの平均粒径を有する蓄光顔料が液状シリコンに対して40重量〜70重量%の範囲内の量だけ混合され、上記蓄光顔料が液状シリコン中を沈降することによって、液状シリコン内には蓄光顔料の高密度層が形成されている一方、グラス本体の下部外側面には表面が凹凸の繰り返しとなった光乱反射層が下部外側面を覆って形成され、該光乱反射層の外表面にはフロスト加工が施され、グラス本体外方への光の透過が抑制されていることを特徴とする。   The color rendering glass according to the present invention is a color rendering glass that accumulates light so that the entire glass emits light, and the glass body is manufactured in a bottomed cylindrical shape using a transparent or translucent material, and is formed on the bottom surface of the glass body. Is formed with a storage recess, which is filled with liquid silicon and sealed with a lid. The liquid silicon has a phosphorescent pigment having an average particle size in the range of 50 μm to 150 μm with respect to the liquid silicon. When the phosphorescent pigment settles in the liquid silicon, a high-density layer of the phosphorescent pigment is formed in the liquid silicon. On the lower outer surface, a diffused light reflection layer whose surface is repeatedly uneven is formed to cover the lower outer surface, and the outer surface of the diffuse light reflection layer is frosted to transmit light to the outside of the glass body. Is suppressed.

本発明の特徴の1つはグラス底面の収納凹部に、透明な液状シリコンを充填して蓋で密封し、液状シリコンには蓄光顔料を混合して沈降させ、液状シリコン内に蓄光顔料の高密度層を形成するようにした点にある。これにより、蓄光顔料の高密度層に対して光、例えば紫外線域の光を照射することによって蓄光させ、光の照射を停止させると、蓄光顔料が発光する。   One of the features of the present invention is that the storage recess on the bottom of the glass is filled with transparent liquid silicon and sealed with a lid. The liquid silicon is mixed with a phosphorescent pigment and settled, and the high density of the phosphorescent pigment in the liquid silicon. The point is that a layer is formed. Thereby, when the high-density layer of the phosphorescent pigment is irradiated with light, for example, light in the ultraviolet region, and the light irradiation is stopped, the phosphorescent pigment emits light.

蓄光顔料の平均粒径を50μm〜150μmの範囲内の大きさとしたのは、50μm未満では沈降させるのに長い時間を必要とするばかりでなく、十分な厚みのある蓄光顔料の高密度層が形成され難い一方、150μmを超えると、蓄光顔料の高密度層が厚くなりすぎて高密度層の下部まで光が十分に到達し難くくなるおそれがあるからである。   The average particle size of the phosphorescent pigment is in the range of 50 μm to 150 μm. If it is less than 50 μm, not only does it take a long time to settle, but a thick layer of phosphorescent pigment with sufficient thickness is formed. On the other hand, if the thickness exceeds 150 μm, the high density layer of the phosphorescent pigment becomes too thick, and it may be difficult to sufficiently reach the light below the high density layer.

また、蓄光顔料の量を液状シリコンに対して40重量〜70重量%の範囲内の量だけ混合するようにしたのは、40重量%未満では蓄光顔料の高密度層の厚みが確保できない一方、70重量%を超えると、蓄光顔料の高密度層が厚くなりすぎて高密度層の下部まで光が十分に到達し難くくなるおそれがあるからである。   In addition, the amount of the luminous pigment is mixed with the liquid silicon by an amount in the range of 40 wt% to 70 wt%, while the thickness of the high density layer of the luminous pigment cannot be secured at less than 40 wt%, This is because if it exceeds 70% by weight, the high-density layer of the phosphorescent pigment becomes too thick, and light may not reach the lower part of the high-density layer sufficiently.

ところで、透明又は半透明のグラスの場合、グラス底部で発光させると、その光が外方に透過してしまい、特に透明なグラスの場合にはほとんど発光していないような印象を受ける。   By the way, in the case of a transparent or translucent glass, when light is emitted at the bottom of the glass, the light is transmitted outward, and in the case of a transparent glass, an impression is given that almost no light is emitted.

本発明の第2の特徴はグラスの下部外側面に光乱反射層を形成し、光乱反射層の外表面にはフロスト加工を施すようにした点にある。これにより、グラス底部で発光した光はグラス下部の乱反射層で乱反射されてグラスの形状内に戻され、グラスを透過して外方に漏れ出る光は少ないので、グラス全体を明るく発光させることができる。   The second feature of the present invention is that a light irregular reflection layer is formed on the lower outer surface of the glass, and the outer surface of the light irregular reflection layer is frosted. As a result, the light emitted from the bottom of the glass is diffusely reflected by the diffuse reflection layer at the bottom of the glass and returned to the shape of the glass, and there is little light that passes through the glass and leaks outward. it can.

また、液状シリコンを透明としているので、蓄光顔料で発光した光はグラス底部を透過しやすくなる。しかも、液状シリコンの底方を蓋で密封しているので、蓄光顔料で発光した光は蓋で反射されてグラス内に向かうこととなるので、グラス全体をより一層明るく発光させることができる。   Moreover, since the liquid silicon is transparent, the light emitted from the phosphorescent pigment is easily transmitted through the glass bottom. In addition, since the bottom of the liquid silicon is sealed with the lid, the light emitted from the phosphorescent pigment is reflected by the lid and travels into the glass, so that the entire glass can emit light even more brightly.

ここで、蓋の機能を考慮すると、蓋の表面が鏡面加工されているので好ましい。また、演色グラスは絶えず洗浄され、耐水性が要求されるので、蓋はステンレス鋼で製作されるのが好ましい。   Here, considering the function of the lid, the surface of the lid is preferably mirror-finished. Also, since the color rendering glass is constantly washed and requires water resistance, the lid is preferably made of stainless steel.

また、光乱反射層は下部外側面には表面が凹凸の繰り返しとなった形状に形成されていればよく、例えば氷粒形状の透明又は半透明の部材又は複数の氷粒形状を線状に連続させた山脈形状の透明又は半透明の部材がグラス本体の下部外側面を覆うように固着されることにより形成されることができる。   Further, the light irregular reflection layer only needs to be formed on the lower outer surface so as to have a surface with repeated irregularities. For example, a transparent or semi-transparent member having a plurality of ice particles or a plurality of ice particles continuously formed in a linear shape. The formed mountain-shaped transparent or translucent member can be formed by being fixed so as to cover the lower outer surface of the glass body.

光乱反射層はグラス本体と同じ材料、具体的にはガラス材料で製作されるのがよい。この場合、フロスト加工法は、フッ酸やフッ化水素酸を用いたケミカルフロスト加工法を採用することができる。   The light diffuse reflection layer is preferably made of the same material as the glass body, specifically, a glass material. In this case, as the frost processing method, a chemical frost processing method using hydrofluoric acid or hydrofluoric acid can be adopted.

また、蓄光顔料を混合した透明又は半透明の液状シリコンを収納凹部に入れた後、白色の液状シリコンを収納凹部に入れると、蓄光顔料の高密度層の下側に白色液状シリコンの層ができ、蓄光顔料の発光輝度をさらにアップさせることができる。   In addition, after putting transparent or translucent liquid silicon mixed with phosphorescent pigment into the storage recess, and then putting white liquid silicon into the storage recess, a white liquid silicon layer is formed under the high density layer of the phosphorescent pigment. The luminous brightness of the phosphorescent pigment can be further increased.

また、上述の演色グラスと演色グラスに対して光を照射する発光素子との組合せも斬新である。即ち、本発明によれば、蓄光してグラス全体を発光させるようにした演色グラス装置であって、演色グラスと発光素子とから構成され、上記演色グラスは、グラス本体は透明又は半透明の材料を用いて有底筒状に製作され、グラス本体の底面には収納凹部が形成され、該収納凹部には液状シリコンが充填されて蓋によって密封され、該液状シリコンには50μm〜150μmの範囲内の大きさの平均粒径を有する蓄光顔料が液状シリコンに対して40重量〜70重量%の範囲内の量だけ混合され、上記蓄光顔料が液状シリコン中を沈降することによって、液状シリコン内には蓄光顔料の高密度層が形成されている一方、グラス本体の下部外側面には表面が凹凸の繰り返しとなった光乱反射層が下部外側面を覆って形成され、該光乱反射層の外表面にはフロスト加工が施され、グラス本体外方への光の透過が抑制され、上記発光素子は上記演色グラスの蓄光顔料の高密度層に対して上方又は斜め上方から紫外線域の光を照射するようになっていることを特徴とする演色グラス装置を提供することができる。   Further, the combination of the above-described color rendering glass and a light emitting element that emits light to the color rendering glass is also novel. That is, according to the present invention, it is a color rendering glass device that accumulates light and emits light from the entire glass, and is composed of a color rendering glass and a light emitting element. The color rendering glass is made of a transparent or translucent material. The bottom of the glass body is formed with a storage recess, the storage recess is filled with liquid silicon and sealed with a lid, and the liquid silicon is within a range of 50 μm to 150 μm. The phosphorescent pigment having an average particle size of the size is mixed in an amount within the range of 40 to 70% by weight with respect to the liquid silicon, and the phosphorescent pigment settles in the liquid silicon, so that the liquid silicon contains While a high density layer of phosphorescent pigment is formed, a light irregular reflection layer whose surface is repeatedly uneven is formed on the lower outer surface of the glass body so as to cover the lower outer surface, and the outer surface of the light irregular reflection layer is formed. The surface is frosted to prevent the transmission of light to the outside of the glass body, and the light emitting element emits light in the ultraviolet region from above or obliquely above the high density layer of the phosphorescent pigment of the color rendering glass. Thus, a color rendering glass device can be provided.

この演色グラス装置は非フタル酸系塩化ビニル、シリコン樹脂、ポリテトラフルオロエチレン樹脂に蓄光顔料と骨材を混合して構成され、演色グラスが載置される蓄光コースタを更に備えることができる。   This color rendering glass device is configured by mixing a phosphorescent pigment and an aggregate with non-phthalic acid-based vinyl chloride, silicon resin, and polytetrafluoroethylene resin, and can further include a phosphorescent coaster on which the color rendering glass is placed.

本発明に係る演色グラスの好ましい実施形態を示す斜視図である。It is a perspective view which shows preferable embodiment of the color rendering glass which concerns on this invention. 上記実施形態における乱反射層の例を示す図である。It is a figure which shows the example of the irregular reflection layer in the said embodiment. 上記実施形態におけるグラス本体の断面図である。It is sectional drawing of the glass main body in the said embodiment. 上記実施形態における下部の断面構造を示す図である。It is a figure which shows the cross-section of the lower part in the said embodiment. 上記実施形態における蓄光コースタの例を示す斜視図である。It is a perspective view which shows the example of the phosphorescence coaster in the said embodiment.

以下、本発明を図に示す具体例に基づいて詳細に説明する。図1ないし図4は本発明に係る演色グラスの好ましい実施形態を示す。図において、演色グラス10はグラス本体10は透明なガラス材料を用いて概略円筒状に成形され、グラス本体10の底面には収納凹部11Aが形成され、収納凹部11Aは上面が断面円弧状をなし、収納凹部11Aの下端縁には段部11Bが形成されている。   Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail based on specific examples shown in the drawings. 1 to 4 show a preferred embodiment of a color rendering glass according to the present invention. In the figure, the color rendering glass 10 is formed in a substantially cylindrical shape using a transparent glass material, and the storage recess 11A is formed on the bottom surface of the glass body 10. The storage recess 11A has an arcuate cross section on the top surface. A step portion 11B is formed at the lower edge of the storage recess 11A.

この収納凹部11A内には透明な液状シリコン13が例えば1.5mm〜3mm程度の厚さに入れられ、透明液状シリコン13の下側には白色の液状シリコン16が例えば2mm程度入れられ、段部11Bに蓋14を嵌め込むことによって液状シリコン13、16が封入され、蓋14には表面が鏡面加工されたステンレス鋼板が用いられている。   In this storage recess 11A, a transparent liquid silicon 13 is placed to a thickness of, for example, about 1.5 mm to 3 mm, and a white liquid silicon 16 is placed, for example, about 2 mm below the transparent liquid silicon 13, and a step portion Liquid silicon 13 and 16 are sealed by fitting a lid 14 into 11B, and a stainless steel plate having a mirror-finished surface is used for the lid 14.

透明な液状シリコン13内には50μm〜150μmの範囲内の大きさの平均粒径、例えば60μm〜100μmの範囲内の平均粒径を有する蓄光顔料が液状シリコン13に対して40重量〜70重量%の範囲内の量、例えば50重量%〜60重量%混合されている。この液状シリコン13に混合された蓄光顔料は液状シリコン13内を下方に沈降し、透明液状シリコン13と白色液状シリコン16の境界に1mm程度の厚さの蓄光顔料の高密度層15が形成されている。   In the transparent liquid silicon 13, a phosphorescent pigment having an average particle diameter in the range of 50 μm to 150 μm, for example, an average particle diameter in the range of 60 μm to 100 μm, is 40 wt% to 70 wt% with respect to the liquid silicon 13. In an amount within the range of, for example, 50% to 60% by weight. The phosphorescent pigment mixed with the liquid silicon 13 settles downward in the liquid silicon 13, and a high-density layer 15 of the phosphorescent pigment having a thickness of about 1 mm is formed at the boundary between the transparent liquid silicon 13 and the white liquid silicon 16. Yes.

また、グラス本体11の下部外側面には光乱反射層12が下部外側面を覆って形成されている。光乱反射層12は図2の(a)に示されるような氷粒形状の透明(又は半透明)なガラス部材又は図2の(b)に示されるような複数の氷粒形状を線状に連続させた山脈形状の透明(又は半透明)なガラス部材をグラス本体11の下部外側面を覆うように固着することにより形成され、表面は凹凸を繰り返した表面となっている。   A diffused light reflection layer 12 is formed on the lower outer surface of the glass body 11 so as to cover the lower outer surface. The light irregular reflection layer 12 is formed of a transparent (or translucent) glass member having an ice particle shape as shown in FIG. 2A or a plurality of ice particle shapes as shown in FIG. It is formed by fixing a continuous mountain range-shaped transparent (or translucent) glass member so as to cover the lower outer surface of the glass body 11, and the surface is a surface with repeated irregularities.

この光乱反射層12の外表面にはフッ酸又はフッ化水素酸を用いたケミカルフロスト加工法が施され、例えば600メッシュ〜1200メッシュの範囲内の大きさの微小凹凸が形成され、グラス本体11の外方への光の透過を抑制するようになっている。   A chemical frost processing method using hydrofluoric acid or hydrofluoric acid is applied to the outer surface of the light irregular reflection layer 12 to form minute irregularities having a size within a range of 600 mesh to 1200 mesh, for example, and the glass body 11 The transmission of light outward is suppressed.

本例の演色グラス10を用いる場合、使用する直前にLEDランプを用い、紫外線域の光を演色グラス10の上方又は斜め上方から当てる。すると、演色グラス10の蓄光顔料の高密度層15に蓄光される。この演色グラス10に飲み物を注いだ後、薄暗い雰囲気の中に置くと、蓄光顔料から光が発生される。   When the color rendering glass 10 of this example is used, an LED lamp is used immediately before use, and light in the ultraviolet region is applied from above or obliquely above the color rendering glass 10. Then, the light is stored in the high density layer 15 of the phosphorescent pigment of the color rendering glass 10. When a drink is poured into the color rendering glass 10 and then placed in a dim atmosphere, light is generated from the phosphorescent pigment.

演色グラス10の下部外側面に光乱反射層12が形成され、しかも光乱反射層12の外表面にはフロスト加工が施されているので、演色グラス10の底部で発光した光は演色グラス10下部の光乱反射層12で乱反射されて演色グラス10の形状内に戻され、グラスを透過して外方に漏れ出る光は少なく、演色グラス10の全体を明るく発光させることができる。   Since the light diffuse reflection layer 12 is formed on the lower outer surface of the color rendering glass 10 and the outer surface of the light diffuse reflection layer 12 is frosted, the light emitted from the bottom of the color rendering glass 10 is below the color rendering glass 10. Light diffusely reflected by the light irregular reflection layer 12 is returned into the shape of the color rendering glass 10, and there is little light that passes through the glass and leaks outward, so that the entire color rendering glass 10 can emit light brightly.

演色グラス10の底部の液状シリコン13は蓋14で密封されているので、演色グラス10を洗浄しても液状シリコン13が漏れ出ることはない。   Since the liquid silicon 13 at the bottom of the color rendering glass 10 is sealed with a lid 14, the liquid silicon 13 does not leak out even if the color rendering glass 10 is washed.

このとき、図5に示される蓄光コースタ20の上に演色グラス10を載せ、LEDランプで照明して蓄光させると、演色グラス10だけでなく、コースタ20も発光するので、雰囲気をさらに盛り上げることができる。   At this time, when the color rendering glass 10 is placed on the phosphorescent coaster 20 shown in FIG. 5 and illuminated with an LED lamp to accumulate the light, not only the color rendering glass 10 but also the coaster 20 emits light, thereby further enhancing the atmosphere. it can.

図5に示される蓄光コースタ20は非フタル酸系塩化ビニル、シリコン樹脂、ポリテトラフルオロエチレン樹脂に蓄光顔料と骨材を混合してコースタ21を製造し、目板に嵌め込むようにしているが、コースタ21だけを用いるようにしてもよい。   The phosphorescent coaster 20 shown in FIG. 5 is produced by mixing a phosphorescent pigment and an aggregate with non-phthalic acid-based vinyl chloride, silicon resin, and polytetrafluoroethylene resin to produce a coaster 21 and fitting it into the eye plate. Only 21 may be used.

なお、上記の例では白色の液状シリコンの層を形成するようにしたが、この白色の液状シリコンの層は必ずしも設ける必要はない。   In the above example, a white liquid silicon layer is formed. However, the white liquid silicon layer is not necessarily provided.

10 演色グラス
11 グラス本体
11A 収納凹部
12 光乱反射層
13 液状シリコン
14 蓋
15 蓄光顔料の高密度層
16 白色の液状シリコン
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Color rendering glass 11 Glass main body 11A Storage recessed part 12 Light diffuse reflection layer 13 Liquid silicon 14 Lid 15 High density layer of luminous pigment 16 White liquid silicon

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蓄光してグラス全体を発光させるようにした演色グラスであって、
グラス本体(11)は透明又は半透明の材料を用いて有底筒状に製作され、グラス本体(11)の底面には収納凹部(11A)が形成され、該収納凹部(11A)には液状シリコン(13)が充填されて蓋(14)によって密封され、該液状シリコン(13)には50μm〜150μmの範囲内の大きさの平均粒径を有する蓄光顔料が液状シリコン(13)に対して40重量〜70重量%の範囲内の量だけ混合され、上記蓄光顔料が液状シリコン(13)中を沈降することによって液状シリコン(13)内に蓄光顔料の高密度層が形成されている一方、
グラス本体(11)の下部外側面には表面が凹凸の繰り返しとなった光乱反射層(12)が下部外側面を覆って形成され、該光乱反射層(12)の外表面にはフロスト加工が施され、グラス本体外方への光の透過が抑制されていることを特徴とする演色グラス。
A color rendering glass that accumulates light and emits light throughout the glass.
The glass body (11) is manufactured into a bottomed cylindrical shape using a transparent or translucent material. A storage recess (11A) is formed on the bottom surface of the glass body (11), and the storage recess (11A) is liquid. Filled with silicon (13) and sealed with a lid (14), phosphorescent pigment having an average particle size in the range of 50 μm to 150 μm is contained in liquid silicon (13) with respect to liquid silicon (13). While being mixed by an amount in the range of 40 wt% to 70 wt%, the phosphorescent pigment settles in the liquid silicon (13) to form a high density layer of the phosphorescent pigment in the liquid silicon (13),
On the lower outer surface of the glass body (11), a light irregular reflection layer (12) whose surface is repeatedly uneven is formed so as to cover the lower outer surface, and the outer surface of the light irregular reflection layer (12) is frosted. A color rendering glass characterized in that light transmission to the outside of the glass body is suppressed.
上記蓋(14)は表面が鏡面加工されたステンレス鋼で製作されている請求項1記載の演色グラス。   The color rendering glass according to claim 1, wherein the lid (14) is made of stainless steel having a mirror-finished surface. 上記光乱反射層(12)は、氷粒形状の透明又は半透明の部材又は複数の氷粒形状を線状に連続させた山脈形状の透明又は半透明の部材が上記グラス本体(11)の下部外側面を覆うように固着されることにより形成されている請求項1記載の演色グラス。   The light irregular reflection layer (12) is a transparent or translucent member in the form of an ice grain or a transparent or semi-transparent member in a mountain range in which a plurality of ice grain shapes are linearly connected to the lower part of the glass body (11). 2. The color rendering glass according to claim 1, wherein the color rendering glass is formed by being fixed so as to cover an outer side surface. 上記フロスト加工法は、フッ酸又はフッ化水素酸を用いたケミカルフロスト加工法である請求項1記載の演色グラス。   The color rendering glass according to claim 1, wherein the frost processing method is a chemical frost processing method using hydrofluoric acid or hydrofluoric acid. 上記透明又は半透明の液状シリコン(13)中の蓄光顔料の高密度層の下側に白色の液状シリコンの層が形成されている請求項1記載の演色グラス。   The color rendering glass according to claim 1, wherein a layer of white liquid silicon is formed below the high density layer of the phosphorescent pigment in the transparent or translucent liquid silicon (13).
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