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Organic Pigments

Organic Pigments

Organic Pigments

In Organic pigments, the molecules are made of carbon atoms along with hydrogen, nitrogen or oxygen atoms. Organic pigments are further divided into two subgroups: These two subgroups of Organic Pigments have been depicted in the following table:
Natural Organic PigmentsSyntheticOrganic Pigments
Miscellaneous: e.g Rose-Madder, BoneBlack, Carbon BlackQuinacridonesPhthalocyaninesPerylenesPyrrolesArylamidesMetal Complexes: e.g Transparent Yellow, New GambogeMiscellaneous: e.g Dioxazsine in Danthrone.


Why a large number of modern pigments are Synthetic Organic in nature?Carbon atoms have amazing flexibility and ability to form many different structures. That is why, the entire concept of organic chemistry mainly depends on carbon's atoms. Carbon atoms are able to form different combinations with other carbon atoms or atoms of other elements or with other compounds. This facilitates it to form almost limitless molecular variations. Out of these large number of carbon made molecules, intense color variations attribute will come in these synthetic organic pigments. Pigments which are formed out of these molecules, are the least toxic and economically beneficial.

AZO Pigments along with other organic pigments are derived from water soluble dyes.

Synthetic Organic Pigments are mainly derived from some selective elements atoms. These are as follows:

Chromophores are responsible for the color creation phenomena of the pigment's molecules. Chromophore is a pair or group of atoms. This pair creates a complex and dynamic clouding of the electrons within the respective electron shells in single atom or more then one atoms.
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