How To Distinguish Between Inorganic Pigments And Organic Pigments

- Aug 31, 2017 -

Inorganic pigments are the oxides of nonferrous metals or some metallic insoluble salts. Inorganic pigments are classified into natural inorganic pigments and synthetic inorganic pigments, and inorganic pigments are mineral pigments.

Organic pigments are colored organic compounds and are divided into two main categories: natural and synthetic. Now commonly used is synthetic organic pigments, organic pigment varieties, more color, complete, better than inorganic pigments

Inorganic pigments are mainly carbon black and iron, titanium, barium, zinc, cadmium, lead and other metal oxides or salts.

Organic pigments can be divided into monoazo, azo phthalocyanine, lake, or other categories of fused ring pigments.

Inorganic pigment light, heat resistance, weather resistance, solvent resistance, hiding power, but was not very complete, low color, bright color contrast, some metal oxides and salts toxicity.

A variety of organic pigments, complete chromatography, pure colors, strong coloring, but some products are light, weather resistance, solvent resistance, high-grade organic pigments have light, good weather resistance, solvent resistance, but the price is expensive.


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