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Inorganic pigments

Titanium yellow

Inorganic chemicals; Inorganic pigments

Titanium yellow, also nickel antimony titanium yellow, nickel antimony titanium yellow rutile, CI Pigment Yellow 53, or C.I. 77788, is a yellow pigment with the chemical composition of ...

Ultramarine

Inorganic chemicals; Inorganic pigments

Ultramarine is a blue pigment consisting primarily of a double silicate of aluminium and sodium with some sulphides or sulfates, and occurring in nature as a proximate component of lapis lazuli. The ...

Scheele's Green

Inorganic chemicals; Inorganic pigments

Scheele's Green, also called Schloss Green, is chemically a cupric hydrogen arsenite (also called copper arsenite or acidic copper arsenite), CuHAsO3. It is a compound similar to Paris Green. It is a ...

Titanium dioxide

Inorganic chemicals; Inorganic pigments

Titanium dioxide, also known as titanium(IV) oxide or titania, is the naturally occurring oxide of titanium, chemical formula TiO2. When used as a pigment, it is called titanium white, Pigment White ...

Smalt

Inorganic chemicals; Inorganic pigments

Smalt is powdered glass, coloured to a deep powder blue hue using cobalt ions derived from cobalt oxide (see cobalt glass for the non-powdered glass). Smalt is used as a pigment in painting, and for ...

Engineer's blue

Inorganic chemicals; Inorganic pigments

Engineer's blue is prepared by mixing Prussian blue with a non-drying oily material (for example, grease). The coloured oil is rubbed onto a reference surface, and the workpiece is then rubbed ...

Orpiment

Inorganic chemicals; Inorganic pigments

Orpiment, As2S3, is a common monoclinic arsenic sulphide mineral. Orpiment is an orange to yellow mineral that is found worldwide, and occurs as a sublimation product in volcanic fumaroles, low ...

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