Cadmium Orange 🎨 RGB Color Code: #ED872D
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cadmium Orange color is #ED872D. This code is composed of a hexadecimal ED red (237/256), a 87 green (135/256) and a 2D blue component (45/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(237,135,45). Closest WebSafe color: Deep saffron (#FF9933)
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Cadmium Orange on Wikipedia
Brilliantly colored, with good permanence and tinting power, cadmium yellow, cadmium orange and cadmium red are familiar artists’ colors, and are frequently employed
plating on steel, and cadmium compounds are used as red, orange and yellow pigments, to color glass, and to stabilize plastic. Cadmium use is generally decreasing
beginning of the 20th century by chrome orange and cadmium orange. Cadmium orange is a synthetic pigment made from cadmium sulfide. It is a by-product of mining
Pigments through the Ages. WebExhibits. "Why are cinnabar, vermilion, and cadmium orange colored?". Causes of Color. WebExhibits. More information in Medical
vanadate orange (PO83) non-toxic pigment similar to vermilion. Cadmium pigments Cadmium orange (PO20): an intermediate between cadmium red and cadmium yellow:
color of orange is azure. Orange pigments are largely in the ochre or cadmium families, and absorb mostly blue light. Varieties of the color orange may differ
these reasons, it was replaced by another pigment, cadmium yellow (mixed with enough cadmium orange to produce a color equivalent to chrome yellow). Darkening
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bright pigments, including cadmium orange and cadmium yellow. It is known for maintaining its brightness. Cadmium Red Cadmium red pigments used by Claude
69% 205° 16% 63% 18% 69% ISCC-NBS Cadmium green #006B3C 0% 42% 24% 154° 100% 21% 100% 42% ISCC-NBS Cadmium orange #ED872D 93% 53% 18% 28° 84% 55% 81%
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