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phthalocyanines

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  • n. Plural form of phthalocyanine.

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Examples

  • At the core of the framework are molecules called phthalocyanines, a class of common industrial dyes used in products from blue jeans to ink pens.

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  • The process uses phthalocyanines, which are common industrial dyes similar in structure to chlorophyll.

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  • Necessary for this are transparent, strongly fluorescing thin films, so Groening and Barranco developed a plasma-deposition process in order to store fluorescing dye molecules such as metallo-proyphins, perylenes and phthalocyanines unmodified and at high concentrations in SiO2 or TiO2 layers.

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  • Groening and Barranco developed a plasma-deposition process in order to store fluorescing dye molecules such as metallo-proyphins, perylenes and phthalocyanines unmodified and at high concentrations in SiO2 or TiO2 layers.

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  • The measures, which mainly concern azo pigments and phthalocyanines, will begin this year and are expected to be completed by 2013.

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  • Among the recently launched substitutes for heavy metal pigments are bismuth vanadate (such as the products in BASF 's Paliotan pigment line), some DPP colorants, and copper phthalocyanines, which are found in BASF 's Heliogen products.

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  • The unwanted contaminants did show up in two families of organic pigments, Hu found -- the phthalocyanines, which impart a deep blue or green color, and the azo pigments, which are used to color some paints yellow, red or orange.

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