phthalocyanine


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phthal·o·cy·a·nine

(thăl′ō-sī′ə-nēn′)
n.
Any of several stable, light-fast, blue or green organic pigments used in enamels and plastics.
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Thorpe, "Metal Phthalocyanine Gas Sensors," in Techniques and Mechanisms in Gas Sensing, P.
39), (40) In all of the crystalline modifications, the planar copper phthalocyanine molecules are slacked and the polymorphs differ in how the stacks are arranged relative to one another.
Control of Photobleaching in Photodynamic Therapy Using the Photodecarbonylation Reaction of Ruthenium Phthalocyanine Complexes via Stepwise Two-Photon Excitation.
Phthalocyanine dye reacts quicker to the writing laser than dyes found in most CD-Rs on the market, Delkin notes, thus making sharper pit edges and making the CD-R easier to read by CD drives.
a leading manufacturer of CD-R media and the inventor of CD-RW (rewritable) media, Friday announced the availability of its next generation of phthalocyanine CD-R media.
s newest colorants include Palomar Blue B-4712 copper phthalocyanine pigment with high heat stability.
A phthalocyanine pigment that can be used to color all types of plastics, Heliogen Green K 9360 is reported to exhibit excellent heat resistance, lightfastness, and weathering resistance, and it is easy to process.
He then joined Ciba Geigy in Paisley, Scotland in 1966 as a laboratory technician in the Phthalocyanine pigment research group.
ZetaSperse 3700 is designed for dispersing DPP, azo, and phthalocyanine pigment chemistries.
BASF AG in Germany has restarted production of phthalocyanine blue pigment (Heliogen Blue D 7490), which was halted after a fire a year ago.
imports of phthalocyanine pigments from Asia are in excess of 12,000 tons per year.
Recent Progress in Phthalocyanine Chemistry: Synthesis and Characterization.