Bright yellow, high color strength, transparent and opaque types.
Trade Name: Hansa Yellow 5GX
CAS No. 6358-31-2
EC No. 228-768-4
Chemical Group: Mono Azo
Chemical Formula: C18H18N4O6
Application: water-based ink, aqueous flexographic ink, packaging ink and coating
Features: Bright yellow, high color strength, transparent and opaque types.
Packing: 10kgs, 25kgs craft bag, 350-400kgs bulk bags with Carton box on pallet.
Payment Terms: T/T, L/C, DP, CAD
What's the universal lead-time for order delivery?
If we have stock: within 3 days. If need produce: 7-10 days.
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Discoveries in color science created new industries and drove changes in fashion and taste. The discovery in 1856 of mauveine, the first aniline dye, was a forerunner for the development of hundreds of synthetic dyes and pigments like azo and diazo compounds which are the source of a wide spectrum of colors. Mauveine was discovered by an 18-year-old chemist named William Henry Perkin, who went on to exploit his discovery in industry and become wealthy. His success attracted a generation of followers, as young scientists went into organic chemistry to pursue riches. Within a few years, chemists had synthesized a substitute for madder in the production of Alizarin Crimson. By the closing decades of the 19th century, textiles, paints, and other commodities in colors such as red, crimson, blue, and purple had become affordable.