indanthrone

indanthrone

[in′dan‚thrōn]
(organic chemistry)
C28H14N2O4 A blue pigment or vat dye soluble in dilute base solutions; used in cotton dyeing and as a pigment in paints and enamels.
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BASF has announced the release of several new pigments: the Indanthrone blue pigment Paliogen[R]
Color pigments include bismuth vanadate yellows, indanthrone blue, isoindoline yellow, monoazo, dairylide and benzimidazolone yellows and oranges, azo and quinacridone reds and maroons; DPP reds; carbazole violet; phthalo blues and greens.
When it comes to creating blue colors using organic pigments, today's formulators have a limited, but high functioning selection to choose from--specifically phthalocyanine (pcn) and indanthrone blue.
Dominion Acquires Indanthrone Blue and Bismuth Vanadate
Table 11: Diffraction data for miscellaneous pigments CI pigment name Class Supplier d spacings (intensity) (number) PB60 (69800) Indanthrone Avecia 7.
PB60, an indanthrone derivative, exhibits the greatest influence on PVDF crystallization, whereas PY138 exhibits the least.
Don McBride: The investment in our own Indanthrone crude plant to supply the vital ingredient for this popular automotive transparent red shade, PB bo, will enable us to control both the quality and the consistency for the crude that is key to our latest polycyclic technology.
Extensive developments are ongoing in the following areas: bismuth vanadate, quinacridone, indanthrone and naphthols," said Mr.
Types of pigments: Blues (phthalocyanines, indanthrone, carbizole violets); Greens (phthalocuanines); Reds (metalized azo reds); Specialty Pigments (dispersions, colorants); Yellow and Oranges (diarylide yellows).
High-performance organic pigments include quinacridone reds, violets, scarlets and magentas, azo condensation and isoindolinone yellows, and indanthrone blues.
Pigments Offered: Blacks (perylene, anthraquinone, Cu/Cr/Mn oxide, Fe/Cr/Mc oxide); Blues (phthalocyanine blue, indanthrone blue, cobalt blue); Extender Pigments (attapulgite, kaolin); Greens (phthalocyanine green cobalt green); Iron Oxide Pigments; Metallic Pigments (coated iron oxide aluminum); Reds (perylene reds, lithol reds, 2B reds, para reds, naphthol reds, lake reds, lithol rubine, specialty azo reds, synergy hybrid reds); Specialty Pigments (mica and glass flakes specialty pigments, perylene black); Yellows and Oranges (bismuth vanadate, quinaphthalone, azo lake, isoindoline, lead chromate, chrome titanate, benzimidazalone, specialty azo yellows, monoarylide yellows, diarylide yellows, nickel titanate, chrome titanate, synergy hybrid yellows)
HPPs encompass a wide variety of pigments, including specialty phthalocyanine (blue and green), indanthrone, quinacridone, perylene, DPP, specialty napthol, carbazole violet, benzimidazolone, azo condensations, metal complex pigments and isoindolinone.