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Organic Pigments And Inorganic Pigments

Differences between organic pigments and inorganic pigments:

1. Pigments are soluble and insoluble, with inorganic and organic differences. Inorganic pigments are generally mineral substances, humans have long known that the use of inorganic pigments, the use of colored soil and ore, painting and smear on the rock wall.

2. Organic pigments are generally taken from plants and marine animals, such as purple, rattan and ancient Rome, from the shellfish. Organic pigments bright colors, strong coloring; density, non-toxic. Organic pigments look more bulky, while inorganic pigments are heavier. Organic pigments are generally relatively bright, coloring strength than inorganic pigments.

3. Whether organic pigments cause chronic toxicity has attracted attention, especially carcinogenicity, many organic pigments can not be absorbed by water due to insolubility and can not be metabolized by the body.

4. Organic pigments have been widely used as plastic products, toys, food packaging materials, coloring agent.

5. In addition to the toxicological and toxicological properties of the pure pigments and the nature of the transfer of the above materials. It is necessary to consider the possible use of organic pigments in the production of certain traces of impurities in the use of the above-mentioned areas of consumer goods.