ultramarine blue


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ultramarine blue

[¦əl′trə·mə′rēn ′blü]
(inorganic chemistry)
A blue pigment; a powder with heat resistance, used for enamels on toys and machinery, white baking enamels, printing inks, and cosmetics, and in textile printing.
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Iron oxide colors, lead pigments (such as chrome yellow), ultramarine blue, chromium oxide and cadmium pigments are the ones normally used.
Ultramarine blue is the inorganic pigment derived from the naturally occurring mineral, lapis lazuli.
Ultramarine blue and red lake were dear because of the scarcity of natural resources, the difficulty of their import, and the skill needed to manufacture the pigments.
The experiments described here concern compounds consisting of 98 wt% poly(butylene terephthalate) (PBT), DSM Arnite T06-200, as base polymer, and 2 wt% of an ultramarine blue pigment.
You can color the second coat by mixing five pounds of ultramarine blue, yellow ochre or other mineral pigment with each sack of cement used.
Ferro's Color Division is now offering Nubiflow ultramarine blue pigment for polyolefins.
Each level has been assigned a different colour: ultramarine blue for level 4 and glowing yellow for level 3.
Matrix is another geometric, in aqua and ultramarine blue with cherry red accents.
For the lamp posts on the bridge I made black by mixing ultramarine blue with burnt sienna.
The company is also a market leader in certain inorganic pigments that complement Ferro's market leadership positions in Complex Inorganic Colored Pigments and Ultramarine Blue pigments.
Attributes/comments: Nubicoat HRD offers a unique undertone much redder than any existing ultramarine blue or other alternative pigments.
Acid rain causes certain organic reds, ultramarine blue, and chrome yellow to fade, and chrome green to turn blue.