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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At the same time Heubach implements backward integration for some of its products like for example for the Indanthrone Blue (C.I.
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.
However, it found that the proposed transaction would raise competition concerns in a number of relevant specialised markets in which one, or both, parties held significant market shares even before the transaction, the proposed takeover leading to further strengthening of these positions: DMA3 (dimethylaminoethyl acrylate - a chemical intermediate); synthetic dry strength agents (used in the paper industry); bismuth vanadate (a pigment); indanthrone blue (a pigment); SA (styrene acrylic - used for paper applications); HALS (hindered amine light stabilisers - used in plastics); and UV (ultraviolet light) filters for skin care products.
PB60, an indanthrone derivative, exhibits the greatest influence on PVDF crystallization, whereas PY138 exhibits the least.
Types of pigments: Blacks (carbon black), Blues (basic dye pigments, phthalocyanine, indanthrone, quinacridone, PMA, PTA, methyl, tungstated), Greens (phthalocyanine, PMA, PTA), Reds (toluidine, naphthol, anthanthrone, DPP, manganese 2B, bon maroon, lithol rubine, antrhaquinone, quinacridone, alizarin, lithol rubine, perylene, rhodamine, robine red, AZO complex, bisacetoacetarylide), Yellows and Oranges (mono azo, diarylide, benzimidazolone, dispersion, bismuth vanadate, proprietary, dianisidine, dinitroaniline, hansa, isoindolinone, isoindoline, quinophthalone, naphthol, bisacetoacetarylide)
New pigments include Paliocrom" Sparkling Red for an intense sparkling effect; Sicopal[R] Green L 9715, a PG50 that does not require carcinogenic labeling; Irgazin[R] Scarlet EH2096 (L 3553 HD), a new yellow shade PR255 for general industrial paint, powder, and architectural coatings; the universal, point-of-sale colorants PureOptions[R] High-Hide Yellow YE based on bismuth vanadate and PureOptions Blue BI based on indanthrone; and the newest product line: Lumina[R] Royal mica-based interference pigments for automotive and industrial applications with very high chromaticity that are available in shades from greenish blues through trending copper and oranges, including the newly launched Lumina' Royal Dragon Gold, as well as Magenta, Copper, Indigo, Aqua, and Blue.
Types of pigments: Blacks (spinel), Blues (spinel, phthaocyanine, indanthrone), Corrosion Inhibiting (zinc phosphate, modified zinc phosphate, zinc-free anticorrosives, organic inhibitor), Greens (spinel, phthaocyanine), Reds (naphthol, quinacridone, DPP, benzimidazolone), Yelloivs and Oranges (chrome rutile, nickel rutile, bismuth vanadate, naphthol, arylide, diarylide, isoindoline, benzimidazolone).
Types of pigments: Blacks (carbon black, graphite), Blues (indanthrone blue, phthalocyanine blue), Corrision inhibiting (zinc flake, zinc paste), Greens (phthalocyanine green), Iron oxide pigments (black iron oxide, red/brown iron oxide-synthetic), Metallic pigments (aluminum paste, aluminum powder, waterborne aluminum, stain resistant aluminum, gold bronze powders), Reds (bon red/maroon; lithol rubine; pigment scarlet naphthol; arylide red and maroon; perylene red/ violet/scarlet; red lake c; quinacridone red/maroon/violet), Specialty pigments (high performance; pearlescent), Yellow and oranges (diarylide orange toner; diarylide yellow toner; hansa yellow; metallized azo yellow)
BASF has announced the release of several new pigments: the Indanthrone blue pigment Paliogen[R]
"Extensive developments are ongoing in the following areas: bismuth vanadate, quinacridone, indanthrone and naphthols," said Mr.
Heubach Colour in India has recently commissioned a facility for the manufacture of Indanthrone Blue Crude (PB60).