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Brilliant Yellow

Order number: 23651

Hansa Yellow

 
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20 g (jar)
Order number: 23651.12020.108 12.00 USD *
600.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
100 g (jar)
Order number: 23651.12100.116 27.00 USD *
270.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
1 kg (bag)
Order number: 23651.13010.144 152.00 USD *
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Brilliant Yellow

Hansa Yellow

Today Hansa Yellow is often used for ecological reasons as a replacement for the toxic, leaded chrome yellow. It is an organic dye from the group of monoazo pigments. The first Hansa Yellow, Pigment Yellow 1, was launched in 1910. The azo pigments have been continuously improved over the decades. Thus, the varieties that are common today are difficult to compare with the dyes known at that time as "Hansa Yellow". Hansa Yellows are characterized by a very good opacity. The light fastness is in full tone 8. It can be applied in watercolor, tempera, oil and acrylic paint.
  • Chemical description: Organic pigment. Pigment Yellow 74, C.I. 11741
  • Resistance alkali: 5
  • Resistance lime: 5
  • Resistance acid: 5
  • Chemical Formula: C18H18N4O6
  • Lightfastness - medium: 7
  • Lightfastness - thinned: 6-7
  • Lightfastness - concentrated: 8
  • Loeslichkeit insoluble
  • ColorIndex PY 74.11741
  • Suitability Acrylics, Oil, Tempera, Watercolor / Gouache
  • Color Yellow
  • Form powder

Brilliant Yellow

Hansa Yellow

Today Hansa Yellow is often used for ecological reasons as a replacement for the toxic, leaded chrome yellow. It is an organic dye from the group of monoazo pigments. The first Hansa Yellow, Pigment Yellow 1, was launched in 1910. The azo pigments have been continuously improved over the decades. Thus, the varieties that are common today are difficult to compare with the dyes known at that time as "Hansa Yellow". Hansa Yellows are characterized by a very good opacity. The light fastness is in full tone 8. It can be applied in watercolor, tempera, oil and acrylic paint.
 
 

 

WARNING: Exercise care when using dry pigments. Do not eat, drink or smoke. Avoid breathing dust. Use a NIOSH-certified dust respirator. Wash hands immediately after use. If creation of dust is likely, wear protective clothing.

 

Keep out of reach of children.

 

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Brilliant Yellow

Hansa Yellow

Today Hansa Yellow is often used for ecological reasons as a replacement for the toxic, leaded chrome yellow. It is an organic dye from the group of monoazo pigments. The first Hansa Yellow, Pigment Yellow 1, was launched in 1910. The azo pigments have been continuously improved over the decades. Thus, the varieties that are common today are difficult to compare with the dyes known at that time as "Hansa Yellow". Hansa Yellows are characterized by a very good opacity. The light fastness is in full tone 8. It can be applied in watercolor, tempera, oil and acrylic paint.
 

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