lithol red

lithol red

[′li‚thȯl ′red]
(materials)
Any of various pigments derived from combination of β-naphthol and Tobias acid; available as sodium, barium, and calcium toners and lakes; used in outside, drum, and toy enamels.
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These are: Permanent Red 2B; Pyrazolone Red; Thio Red; Quinacridone Red; Naphthol Red; Lithol Rubine; Lake Red C; and Lithol Red.
Lithol Rubine, Lake Red C and Lithol Red are lower cost pigments and, at times in the past, there have been substantial amounts used.
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)