|LEAD Action News Volume
13 Number 1, November 2012, ISSN 1324-6011
Incorporating Lead Aware Times ( ISSN 1440-4966) and Lead Advisory Service News (ISSN 1440-0561)
The Journal of The LEAD (Lead Education and Abatement Design) Group Inc.
Editor-in-Chief: Zac Gethin-Damon
Glossary of Graphic Arts Terms re: heavy metals (used in the Printing Ink Industry)
A transparent white extender used in printing inks, often called magnesia.
A material containing chemically combined manganese used to accelerate the oxidation and polymerization of an ink film.
Inks composed of aluminum or bronze powders in varnish to produce gold or silver color effects.
An inorganic pigment used to produce opaque orange inks and red inks. It consists of a mixture of lead chromate and lead molybdate.
Compounds of naphthenate acid with metals, usually lead, cobalt, or manganese used to accelerate the oxidation of the ink film.
Naturally occurring yellow iron oxide pigment.
A light resistant, tungstated or molybdated methyl violet pigment used in printing inks.
Blush red pigment used for process red inks. The hue is often referred to as magenta. The term phloxine is applied to the lead lake of eosine.
A red shade iron blue pigment.
A red mineral pigment consisting of a sulfide of mercury.
An opaque inorganic white pigment used in inks.
A yellow pigment consisting essentially of zinc chromate.
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