cadmium red

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cadmium red

[′kad·mē·əm ′red]
(materials)
A pigment composed of a mixture of cadmium sulfide, cadmium selenide, and barite; used as a red pigment.
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This summer, she hung a collection of artworks showcasing the glories of cadmium pigments, titled "Waiting for Cadmium.
advise artists against using cadmium pigments in airbrushes, which turn the paints into easily inhaled aerosols.
The company also reports that it no longer uses cadmium pigments and is reducing as much as possible the use of lead chromates.
Nevertheless, in spite of numerous advancements in the search for possible alternatives, Graff does not yet see anything on the horizon that can provide the stability and color features of cadmium pigments.
Recognizing the almost relentless environmental trend, the company no longer uses cadmium pigments and is minimizing as much as possible the use of lead chromates.
offers mixed metal oxide and cadmium pigments for PVC siding and profiles, high durability polyolefin, and engineering plastics applications.
Until recent years, cadmium pigments were among those most widely used in rotomolding.
Replacing lead and cadmium pigments remains the biggest story - however the question is no longer "when?
If the environmentalist/regulator is successful in choking off the use of cadmium pigments, how would they propose to deal with the 2 million lb of toxic waste from the zinc industry?
car manufacturers will not accept plastic parts that contain cadmium pigments beginning in the 1998 model year.
Harshaw low-soluble cadmium pigments for end uses requiring good heat and light stability.
Court of Appeals in Atlanta granted a stay of the OSHA Cadmium Air Standard, solely as it pertains to cadmium pigments, on December 3, 1993.