Yellow Lakes

A type of organic color pigment used in printing inks, produced from derivatives of coal tar. Yellow Lakes are transparent, vary in levels of permanence, and are useful for printing yellow colors over darker colors without hiding them. (See Organic Color Pigments.)

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