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    • Iron Oxides Approved by the FDA - Sensient Food Colors

      Red Iron Oxide is a very close shade match to FDamp;C Red 40. Yellow Iron Oxide is not quite as bright as Yellow 5, but it produces a mustard yellow shade. Black Iron Oxide is a TRUE black, meaning it completely absorbs all light wave lengths.

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    • EWG Skin Deep® | What is IRON OXIDES

      black iron oxide, black oxide of iron, brown iron oxide, c.i. pigment brown 7, ci 77489, ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499, ferric oxide, ferrosoferric oxide, ferrous-ferric oxide, hydrated ferric oxide, iron black oxide, iron hydroxide oxide, iron oxide, iron oxide (feo), iron oxide red 10-34-pc-2045, iron oxides, iron yellow oxide, iron(ii) oxide

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    • Natural Iron Oxide Pigments | Alabama Pigments Company

      Alabama Pigments is known throughout the industry as being the manufacturer of high quality, natural iron oxide pigments. Our natural red iron oxides are mined, processed and packaged in the USA. APC 901 red iron oxide pigment is an industry leader in colored mortar, coatings, composite plastics, agricultural and brick.

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    • Natural Red Oxide (Indian Red) - Natural Pigments

      Natural red iron oxide absorbs a moderate amount of oil. The oil absorption ratio is 18 parts by weight of pigment to 100 parts by weight of linseed oil. If the measurement were grams, red iron oxide would require 118 grams of linseed oil to grind 100 grams of pigment to form a stiff paste.

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    • Oxide Pigments | Man-Made Oxide Pigment | Earth Pigments

      Oxide Pigments are a very popular alternative to naturally-occurring Pigments due to their higher tinting strength and opacity. Here at The Earth Pigments Company, we offer a selection of economical and high-quality Oxide Pigments to create incredible colors in cement, decorative stucco, and all your other artistic and decorative applications.

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    • Iron Oxides - foodcolor.com

      Common rust is a form of iron oxide. Iron oxides are widely used as inexpensive, durable pigments in paints, coatings and colored concretes. Colors commonly available are in the quot;earthyquot; end of the yellow/orange/red/brown/black range. In Europe, when used as a food coloring, it has E number E172. Source, Wikipedia

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    • Creating Custom Colors using Oxides and Ultramarines Color

      For true red you may want to consider using a Gel Color. Gels dont bleed like Labs do and theyre deeper than most micas and oxides. And the big plus is you can actually mix gel and oxide colored soaps. So for example do a red and gold soap. Use gel for red and oxide for yellow and they will play nicely together.

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    • IRON OXIDES - fao.org

      Chemical formula Iron Oxide Yellow: FeO(OH) · xH 2O Iron Oxide Red: Fe 2O 3 Iron Oxide Black: FeO · Fe 2O 3 Formula weight 88.85 FeO(OH) 159.70 Fe 2O 3 231.55 FeO · Fe 2O 3 Assay Not less than 60% of iron DESCRIPTION Yellow, red, brown or black powder FUNCTIONAL USES Colour CHARACTERISTICS IDENTIFICATION Solubility (Vol. 4) Insoluble in water and organic solvents; soluble in concentrated mineral acids PURITY Loss on drying (Vol. 4) Iron Oxide Red : Not more than 1.0% (105°, 4 h)

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    • Iron Oxide Pigments in Cosmetics - Chemists Corner

      Yellow iron oxide is Fe2O3H2O. The red iron oxide (Fe2O3) is produced by calcination, heat treatment in the absence or limited supply of air or oxygen to bring about decomposition, of yellow iron oxide at about 800°C, so it is very heat stable in the relative temperature range where cosmetic products are produced.

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    • Iron oxide - Wikipedia

      Iron oxides are inexpensive and durable pigments in paints, coatings and colored concretes. Colors commonly available are in the quot;earthyquot; end of the yellow/orange/red/brown/black range. When used as a food coloring, it has E number E172.

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    • EWG Skin Deep® | What is IRON OXIDES

      black iron oxide, black oxide of iron, brown iron oxide, c.i. pigment brown 7, ci 77489, ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499, ferric oxide, ferrosoferric oxide, ferrous-ferric oxide, hydrated ferric oxide, iron black oxide, iron hydroxide oxide, iron oxide, iron oxide (feo), iron oxide red 10-34-pc-2045, iron oxides, iron yellow oxide, iron(ii) oxide

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    • Granulating Iron Oxide Pigments for Use in Concrete

      Iron oxides can be used to produce a range of hues in red, brown, yellow, and black. When combined, this offers the potential for a wide array of options. The earthy tones that can be achieved with iron oxide pigments are an ideal fit for the needs of the concrete industry.

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    • Iron Oxide Pigments | Pigments | Kremer Pigments Inc.

      Iron Oxide Yellow-Orange 943, Gamma Iron Oxide Red 130 B, medium Order number: 48150 Iron Oxide Red, natural Order number: 48600.

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    • SAFETY DATA SHEET Natural Red Iron Oxide

      Natural Red Iron Oxide 1. Identification Product identifier Product name Natural Red Iron Oxide Product number 521,NO1085,NO1283 Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on use Application Industrial color Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet Supplier Huntsman Pigments Americas LLC P.O. Box 4980 The Woodlands, TX 77387

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    • Iron Oxides - International Association of Color Manufacturers

      Iron Oxides are naturally occurring pigments, ranging from black, yellow, red and brown in color. However, commercial forms are produced by synthesis. They impart pastel shades as opposed to some of the brighter and clean shades imparted by other colors.

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    • Red Iron Oxide - Fe2O3 - Natural - 5 Pounds: Lab Chemicals

      Fe2O3, also known as hematite or Iron(III) oxide. This comes from a natural source so the product has slight variation in color. Particle size runs about 500 mesh (30 microns) Used in welding, pigments, ceramics, along with a lot of other uses.

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    • Natural Yellow Oxide Pigment - Quality Artists39; Paints

      The composition of natural yellow oxide depends on the source, which is usually South Africa, India, France, Italy, Russia, and the United States. The best and most carefully washed and refined grades, according to Ralph Mayer, come from France [ The Artist39;s Handbook, p. 214].

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    • Iron Oxides - foodcolor.com

      Common rust is a form of iron oxide. Iron oxides are widely used as inexpensive, durable pigments in paints, coatings and colored concretes. Colors commonly available are in the quot;earthyquot; end of the yellow/orange/red/brown/black range. In Europe, when used as a food coloring, it has E number E172. Source, Wikipedia

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    • Iron Oxide Red - digitalfire.com

      Red iron oxide in a high temperature reduction fired glaze. The recipe contains 6% red iron oxide. The chemistry is high alumina (from 45 feldspar and 20 kaolin), zero silica silica (4:1 Al 2O 3 :SiO 2 ratio) and 20% calcium carbonate. The remainder is a little talc and calcium phosphate.

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    • Hoover Color Yellow Pigments

      Synthetic Yellow Iron Oxides are brighter and cleaner yellows than their natural counterparts. They have greenish to brownish undertones. Blended Yellow Iron Oxides are created in a full range of yellows by combining both natural and synthetic iron oxides.

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    • Iron Oxide Natural Red - Materials, 1930 RAW MATERIALS

      - Iron Oxide Natural Red - Natural form of oxide which can be unstable and inconsistent in its results. Ferric oxide. Iron oxides generally give a wide range of honey yellow, brownish reds, browns and blacks and are extremely popular colouring pigments for glazes and bodies.

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    • Iron Oxide Pigments in Cosmetics - Chemists Corner

      Yellow iron oxide is Fe2O3H2O. The red iron oxide (Fe2O3) is produced by calcination, heat treatment in the absence or limited supply of air or oxygen to bring about decomposition, of yellow iron oxide at about 800°C, so it is very heat stable in the relative temperature range where cosmetic products are produced.

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    • Axner Pottery Supply - Iron Oxides

      quot;They are the commonest colourants in individual pottery usually giving yellows, browns, blacks and greys. Iron oxide is popular because it can give many colour variations. The oxide responds differently to different glaze recipes and kiln atmospheres. Iron oxide is responsible for the brown colour in red-burning clays.quot;

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    • Toda United - Iron oxide pigment, Iron oxide red (yellow

      Toda United Industrial (Zhejiang) Co., Ltd. is a leading iron oxide pigment manufacturer in China,Our iron oxide pigments range:Iron oxide red ,Iron oxide yellow,Iron Oxide black,Iron oxide orange,Iron oxide brown,Compound ferric green etc.

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    • Colour Mixing Alternatives to Transparent Red and Yellow Iron

      Colour mixing Transparent Red Iron Oxide and Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide is almost impossible, because those paints are single pigments and the only way to do some colour mixing for alternatives, you will need to mix 2 or more colours.

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    • Hoover Color

      A Passion For Color. When looking for pigments to produce earth-tone colors, no one offers a wider selection than Cathay Industries USA

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    • Synthetic Iron Oxide Pigments, Iron Oxide Pigments

      There are various process of manufacturing synthetic iron oxide pigments are calcining, precipitation, reduction thermal decomposition of iron compounds. The common colors of these pigments are orange, red brown and yellow. Basic chemicals are used for manufacturing of synthetic iron oxide pigments.

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    • Iron(III) oxide - Wikipedia

      Two different colors at different hydrate phase ( = red, = yellow) of iron(III) oxide hydrate; they are useful as pigments. Iron(III) oxide is also used as a pigment , under names quot;Pigment Brown 6quot;, quot;Pigment Brown 7quot;, and quot;Pigment Red 101quot;. [16]

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    • DIY Mineral Makeup | Natural Beauty | Mother Earth Living

      The iron oxides used here are yellow, red, and dark brown. Theyre earthy shades, well-suited to creating skin tones. Iron oxides do occur naturally, but because of heavy-metal contamination, cosmetic-grade iron oxides are synthesized. These pigments are matte, and very potent.

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    • Colour Mixing Alternatives to Transparent Red and Yellow Iron

      Colour mixing Transparent Red Iron Oxide and Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide is almost impossible, because those paints are single pigments and the only way to do some colour mixing for alternatives, you will need to mix 2 or more colours.

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