chrome green


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chrome green

[¦krōm ‚grēn]
(inorganic chemistry)

chrome green

1.A green pigment made by blending lead chromate yellow and iron blue pigments.
2. Chromium oxide.
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This situation causes cobalt oxide's dominance in a pigment recipe and the colour of a glazed surface turns to light greenish blue from chrome green.
It was observed that in under-glaze decoration applications of pigments on white earthenware bodies, the under-glaze color of STD-P1 coded pigment produced with 80 % pure chrome oxide gave characteristic chrome green and the P1FA coded pigments produced by using ferrochromium fly ash instead of pure chrome oxide in the same ratio indicated greenish black color.
Acid rain causes certain organic reds, ultramarine blue, and chrome yellow to fade, and chrome green to turn blue.