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chrome yellow

[¦krōm ′yel·ō]
(chemistry)
A yellow pigment composed of normal lead chromate, PbCrO4, or other lead compounds.
Any of several mordant acid dyes.

chrome yellow, Leipzig yellow

A family of inorganic yellow pigments, principally lead chromate, but blended with lead sulfate or other lead salts to produce a range of yellow-to-orange pigments.
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This sample was taken as the best candidate for having undergone the fatal chemical reaction, and sophisticated X-ray analysis identified the darkening of the top layer as linked to a reduction of the chromium in the chrome yellow from chromium 6 to chromium 3.
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But chrome yellow was first manufactured early in the 19th century and found favour with neoclassical architects.
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Even if it happens to be in chrome yellow - oh, please