Pigments

Some articles on pigments, pigment:

List Of Inorganic Pigments - Black Pigments
... Carbon pigments Carbon Black (PBk7) Ivory Black (PBk9) Vine Black (PBk8) Lamp Black (PBk6) Iron Pigments Iron black (PBk11) (C.I ... No.77499) Fe3O4 Titanium pigments Titanium Black ...
List Of Inorganic Pigments - White Pigments
... Antimony pigments Antimony White Sb2O3 Barium pigments Barium sulfate (PW5) Lead pigments (toxic) White Lead (PW1) (PbCO3)2·Pb(OH)2 Titanium pigments Titanium White (PW6) titanium(IV) oxide ...
List Of Inorganic Pigments - Red Pigments
... Cadmium pigments Cadmium Red (PR108) cadmium selenide (CdSe) Iron oxide pigments Sanguine, Caput Mortuum, Venetian Red, Oxide Red (PR102) Red Ochre (PR102) anhydrous Fe2O3 Burnt Sienna (PBr7) a pigment produced ... Lead pigments (toxic) Red Lead lead tetroxide, Pb3O4 Mercury pigments (toxic) Vermilion (PR106) Synthetic and natural pigment Occurs naturally in mineral ...
Anthoxanthin
... Anthoxanthins are a type of flavonoid pigments in plants ... Anthoxanthins are water-soluble pigments which range in color from white or colorless to a creamy to yellow, often on petals of flowers ... These pigments are generally whiter in an acid medium and yellowed in an alkaline medium ...
Color Analysis (art) - Prominent Systems of "seasonal" Color Analysis - Deborah Chase, The Medically Based No Nonsense Beauty Book (1975)
... Chase explored the impact of skin pigments on coloration ... She noted that there are three primary pigments that give the skin its color "Melanin, which gives the skin its brown tones carotene, which imparts the yellow skin tones and hemoglobin ...