Colour Index Name Pigment Blue 15:0
Colour Index No. 74160-11-7
CAS NO. 147-14-8
Chemical Family - Copper Phthalocyanine Blue Alpha Form
Structure of DPP PigmentsPyrroles have also been crystallized with quinacridones to produce hybrid pigments (PR N/A). The differences in colors in different kinds of DPP Pigments are due to the differences in the atom hanging symmetrically on the both hands of the molecules.
Properties of DPP PigmentsColoristic Properties
Application of DPP PigmentsDPP Pigments produce large range of colors that are widely used in various applications. These large range of colors are possible due to the simple selection of different constituents on the phenyl rings. These pigments can be converted into soluble form through derivatisation methods. Thus, these pigments can be applied in the soluble form. Then, the derivatizing group is removed from the soluble form of these pigments. After removing the derivatizing group from the solution, the desired pigments are left there. This method increases the applicability of these DPP Pigments. DPP Pigments are high performance pigments and are mostly used for highest quality automotive coating.
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|Color Index Name||Color Index||CAS NO||Chemical Family|
|Pigment Blue 15||74160||147-14-8||Copper Phthalocyanine Blue Alpha Form|
|Pigment Blue 15:1||74160||147-14-8||Copper Phthalocyanine Blue Alpha Form (Stable in Solvent)|
|Pigment Blue 7||74260||1328-53-6||Copper Phthalocyanine (Chlorinated form)|
|Pigment Blue 36||742650||68425-85-4||Copper Phthalocyanine (Colour-Brominated Green)|
Molecular structure of the pigments
Source from where they are derived
The differences between Organic and Inorganic pigments
|Particulars||Inorganic Pigments||Organic Pigments|
|Source||Minerals||Chemically refined oil|
|Dyeing / Coloring Strength||Low||High|
|Light fastness||Very good||Vary from poor to good|
|Solubility||Insoluble in solvents||Have have little degree of solubility|
|Degree of safety||May be unsafe||Usually safe|
|Chemical Stability||Often sensitive||Usually good|
|Cost||Moderate||Mostly too expensive|
Some of the common types of Pigment Intermediates and their properties are given here
Application of Fluorescent PigmentsThese pigments can be utilize in mild solvent systems as well as in water based system. The following fields in which these pigments are used are given below:
Characteristics of fluorescent pigmentsFluorescent pigments have the capability to change the ultraviolet light into colors. Due to this feature, very standard quality of color shades are received. There is a close relationship between these fluorescence pigments and the optical brighteners. By changing the composition of the coating of the fluorescent pigments, the expected application can be determined along with their suitability. That is why, within one outlet, these pigments particulate many colorants.
Advantage of fluorescent pigmentsFluorescence pigments have the spell-bounding appeal of the colorant effect.
Disadvantage of fluorescent pigmentsThese pigments have poor light fastness property. These pigments are broken down in the sunlight which causes the consequent effect of losing the color, brightness and the strength.
|Colour Index Name||Pigment Green 7|
|Colour Index No.||74260|
|Chemical Family||Copper Phthalocyanine (Chlorinated)|
Features of Quinacridone Pigments
Application of Quinacridone Pigments
The family of Quinacridone Pigments
|Color Index Name||Color Index No.||CAS NO||Chemical Family|
|Pigment Red 122||CI 73915||980-26-7||2,9 Dimethyl Quinacridone|
|Pigment Violet 19||CI 73900||1047-16-1||Quinacridone|
|Pigment Red 202||CI 73907||3089-17-6||2,9 Dichloroquinacridone|
|Pigment Red 209||CI 73905||3089-17-6||1,8 Chloro quinacridone|
The Mixed metal oxide pigments gives high performance when it comes to their application as colorants. The generic name that is given to the class of pigments called mixed metal oxide pigments best describes the cobalt based pigments.
Constant researches has led to the development of new cobalt blue and blue-green pigments. They are often termed as the second generation pigments. Features like enhanced UV absorption and durability. Pigments like Cobalt chrome aluminate blue-green pigments show very good absorption rates. They transmit even less than 0.1% light in the Ultra violet region. These mixed metal oxide pigments (second generation pigments) owe their excellent absorptive properties to a fine particle size distribution. This excellent property is shown in the form of a graph.
Very good compatibility with most of the resin systems.
Excellent thermal and chemical stability.
Ability to withstand high temperatures. As these pigments get produced as a result of solid-state reaction of salts or metal oxides at high temperatures. They show the unique ability to undergo extreme temperatures encountered during phases of processing or application.
Increased Tinctorial strength.
Application of these pigments along with organics displays improved light-fastness property compared.
Mixed metal oxide pigments assumes the role of UV opacifiers, that can efficiently scatter away UV and visible light from the coating's surface.
Application of Mixed Metal Oxide Pigments
Mixed metal oxide pigments have a diverse range of applications.Mixed metal oxide pigments have a diverse range of applications.
To color vinyl siding
Uses of Natural Iron Oxide Pigments
Estimated World Production of Natural Iron Oxide Pigments (Metric tons)
Characteristics of Pearlescent Pigments
Shinning intensity of Pearlescent Pigments
Application of Pearlescent Pigments
How to apply Phosphorescent Pigments
Application methods of phosphorescent Pigments
Methods of preparation of Synthetic Iron Oxide Pigments
Uses of Synthetic Iron Oxide Pigments
Synthetic Vs Natural Iron Oxide Pigments
Common physical and mechanical properties of Titania (sintered titanium)
|Compressive Strength||680 MPa|
|Modulus of Rupture||140 MPa|
|Dielectric Constant (1 MHz)||85|
|Shear Modulus||90 GPa|
|Micro Hardness(HVO .5)||880|
|Dissipation Factor (1 M Hz)||5*/10 to the power 4|
|Resistivity (25 degree C)||10 to the power 12 ohm.cm|
|Resistivity (700 degree C)||2.5*10 to the power 4 ohm.cm|
|Dielectric Strength||4 KV/mm|
|Thermal expansion(RT-1000 degree C)||9*/10 to the power 6|
|Thermal Conductivity(25 degree C)||11.7 W/mk|
|Modulus of Electricity||230 GPa|
|Density||4 gm/meter cube|
Applications of Titanium Dioxide
Use of Titanium Dioxide as a pigment
Formation processes of Titanium Dioxide Pigments
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