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Subjects: Dyes and dyeing -- Chemistry. Pigments. Synthetic products. More like this: Similar Items. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lubs, H.A. (Herbert August), Chemistry of synthetic dyes and pigments. New York, Hafner Pub. [, ©]. The chemistry of synthetic dyes and pigments by H.
Lubs,Reinhold edition, in EnglishCited by: V. Classification of Dyes VI. Application of Dyes VII. Color and Its Measurement VIII.
Color and Chemical Constitution IX. Nitroso Dyes X. Nitro Dyes XL Azo Dyes—General XII. Monoazo and Disazo Dyes XIII. Mordant Azo Dyes XIV.
Constitution of Metal-Dye Complexes XV. Trisazo and Polykisazo Dyes XVI. Urea and Cyanuric Acid Derivatives XVII. Book and Media Review NEXT. The chemistry of synthetic dyes and pigments. Edward R. Atkinson ; Cite this: J. Chem.
Educ.33, 1, Publication Date (Print): January 1, Publication History. Received 3 August ; Published online 1 January ; Published in issue 1 January.
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Mauve had a short commercial lifetime (lasting about seven.Pigments are often derived from minerals, but they can also be made synthetically. Pigments are used in paints, inks, plastics, fabrics, cosmetics, and food, to name a few examples.
They are often better than dyes at keeping their color for many centuries and for withstanding high heat, intense light, and exposure to weather or chemical agents.