organic pigment

organic pigment

[ȯr′gan·ik ′pig·mənt]
(organic chemistry)
Any of the materials with organic-chemical bases used to add color to dyes, plastics, linoleum, tones, and lakes.
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It entails: kneading a mixture prepared by blending (A) a raw material organic pigment comprising an oxygen atom and a nitrogen atom bonded to a hydrogen atom in a molecule thereof, (B) a water-soluble inorganic salt, (C) a water-soluble organic solvent, (D) water and (E) a water-soluble basic compound with each other, the water (D) being blended in an amount of not less than 0.
This acquisition strengthens our color solutions business by facilitating our expansion into the high-performance, specialty organic pigment market and complementing our inorganic pigment portfolio," said Peter Thomas, chairman, president and CEO of Ferro Corporation.
Union Colours purchased the organic pigment manufacturing assets from Rolfes Colour Pigment International to continue the manufacture of organic pigments in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Keywords Synthetic organic pigment, X-ray powder diffraction, Polymorphism, Copper phthalocyanines, Quinacridones
The interactions (both the negative and positive) that were established from these trials relate to a chemical synergy (or lack of) between the organic pigment and the HALS," reports Sale.
Cartaren[R]: organic pigment preparations based on anionic tensides
Researchers found that rising personal consumption expenditures will drive increased dye and organic pigment demand in textiles and plastics, while strong growth in global construction expenditures will boost demand in paints and coatings.
30 September 2013 - Swiss speciality chemicals group Clariant AG (VTX:CLN) on Monday said it had taken over the organic pigment business of Chinese high-performance pigments and pigment preparations company Jiangsu Multicolor Fine Chemical Co Ltd (JMC), in line with growth plans for Asia.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 30, 2013-Clariant buys organic pigment business in China from JMC(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The surface-treated pigment and surface-treated filler are not chosen from micas coated with titanium and with at least one organic pigment.
In the North American market, the volume of the synthetic organic pigment market is estimated by Steven Nerlfi, of Kusumgar, Nerlfi & Growney, a market research firm, to reach 26.
The blue of Hydrangea may also arise because of metals combining with organic pigment components, says Kondo.