chrome yellow


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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 pure, luminous form of chrome yellow (amber light seen as crystal white in its piercing brilliance) signifies the pure light of heaven -- a vision which only Saul has seen.
Those chrome yellow paint samples that also are rich in sulfates were highly susceptible to browning, especially in regular, UV and blue light.
The vibrancy of new industrial pigments such as chrome yellow allowed van Gogh to achieve the intensity of, for example, his series of Sunflowers paintings.
Pigments Offered: Blues (phthalocyamine, ultra marine, PMA and PTA toner); Corrosion Inhibiting (anticorrosive pigments); Greens (PMA and PTA toners, phthalocyanine); Reds; Yellows and Oranges (chrome yellow, molybdate orange, organic high performance yellows, oranges and reds).
More iconic even than the New York yellow taxicab, some 450,000 chrome yellow buses daily transport 25m American youngsters to and from school with an unrivalled safety record.
Color pigments include chrome yellow, molybdate orange, monoazo, dairylide and benzimidazolone yellows and oranges; azo reds and maroons.
It has been hand painted in cobalt and chrome yellow in a Florentine design.
Color pigments include chrome yellow, molybdate orange, hansa and diarylide yellow and oranges, and azo reds and maroons.