Iron Oxide Yellows

A variety of inorganic color pigment used in printing inks. Iron Oxide Yellows are derived from hydrated ferrous oxide, possess excellent chemical resistance and lightfastness, and can withstand exposure to weather. They are used in printing applications involving exposure to high degrees of light and heat. Their advantages over other inorganic yellow pigments also include low toxicity and low cost. (See also Inorganic Color Pigments.)

('CI Pigment Yellow 42 No. 77492'.)

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