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      • Artist pigments
        non-soluble colour powder made from organic or inorganic substances, very lightfast (see the numerical values), non-toxic, no hazardous label required by the German Hazardous Substance Ordinance
        30 Variants
        Artist pigments
        from 4,95 €
      • Phosphorescent pigment neon, afterglow effect
        yellow green, phosphorescent (afterglow effect), hazard warning: N dangerous for the environment
         
        Phosphorescent pigment neon, afterglow effect
        from 4,90 €
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      Information about Pigments

      Pigments (Latin “pigmentum”: paint) are colour-giving substances that are insoluble in their vehicle (lacquer, paint). Pigments are primarily used in picture painting. The colouring capability of a pigment depends on its chemical composition, on its crystalline structure, on the size of the particles and on their inner surfaces.

      They are divided into inorganic and organic groups that can either be synthetically or naturally produced.

      The natural inorganic pigment group includes earth (clay) and minerals (ochre, umbra, … or, alternatively iron oxide, cinnabar, …) that require little or no preliminary preparation (drying, milling, etc.). Inorganic synthetic pigments like ultramarine can only be produced artificially (mind you, they are indeed more stable and have greater purity). Inorganic pigments derived from lead or arsenic are highly toxic, which is why they are not part of Modulor´s assortment!

      Natural organic pigments are produced from either animal (e.g. purple) or plant substances (e.g. indigo). Synthetic organic pigments are subdivided according to their chemical composition; e.g., azo pigments made from oil.

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