Viridian Green Hue

( Heavy Body )

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Pigment Classification : Mixture
Color Index Name : PW4 / PB15:3 / PY150 / PBr7 77947 / 74160 / 12764 / 77492
Color Index Number : N/A
Chemical Description :
Zinc Oxide
Copper Phthalocyanine
Nickel Complex Azo
Natural Iron Oxide containing Manganese
Opacity/Transparency : 3
Lightfastness Rating : I
Permanency : Excellent
Munsell Notation Listing :
Hue 8.8 G
Value 3.5
Chroma 5
Gloss Average : 20.58
Viscosity Range : 20000-25000 CPS
CIE L*a*b* Values : L*35.64 a*-24.01 b*0.39
Tint Strength : 85.29
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Guignet of Paris patented the process for manufacturing Viridian Green in 1859. The popularity of this bright, exceedingly clear blue-green color led some to believe that it could eventually replace all other greens, both ancient and modern. GOLDEN's mixture and is a useful replacement for artists familiar with the original. (Series 1)          
 
 
 
 
 
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