Cerulean Blue Chemical Name
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- Chemistry 103 Labs on Paint and Blue Pigments Goals: Learn
- Cu(OH)2 (artificial or synthetic = Blue Verditer or blue bice).
- Holbein Technical Data, 0306a
- 77510, 21095, 77788. BLUE. Ref No.
- Winton Oil Colour - Cerulean Blue Hue - Winsor & Newton
- WINSOR & NEWTON WINTON OIL COLOUR CERULEAN BLUE HUE Name. Classification. CAS-No.
- MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
- Jul 20, 2011 Cerulean Blue, Chromium. 14,18. Cerulean Blue Deep .
- GRAPHIC CHEMICAL & INK CO.
- 327 Blue Black also dates back to the first days of Graphic Chemical.
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- Pigments through the Ages - Technical Information - Cerulean blue
- www.webexhibits.org/pigments » Cerulean blue About the chemical structure: Chemical name: Cobalt(II)-stannate.
- The Color of Art Pigment Database: Pigment Blue, PB
- Historic Blue Pigments without Color Index Names It is resistant to chemicals, heat, and light (Ref,Boston Fine Arts); (Ref ..
- Prussian blue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The chemical formula of insoluble Prussian blue is Fe7(CN)18·xH2O, where x = 14–16.
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