Han Purple 🎨 RGB Color Code: #5218FA
The hexadecimal RGB code of Han Purple color is #5218FA. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 52 red (82/256), a 18 green (24/256) and a FA blue component (250/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(82,24,250). Closest WebSafe color: Electric indigo (#6600FF)
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Han purple and Han blue (also called Chinese purple and Chinese blue) are synthetic barium copper silicate pigments developed in China and used in ancient
economize could mix Tyrian purple dye with the much less expensive indigo to create a color closer to violet. Han purple is a type of artificial pigment
developed Han purple from their knowledge of glassmaking. Lead is used by the pigment maker to lower the melting point of the barium in Han Purple. Purple was
only groups able to readily afford it. In Asia, the main dye used was Han purple, although it more closely resembles indigo. During the Medieval Ages,
Figures in a Han Dynasty tomb, painted with Han blue (Before 220 AD) A mural from a Han Dynasty tomb painted with both Han blue and Han purple Maya blue
Green Sheen Green-yellow Green-yellow (Crayola) Grullo Gunmetal Han blue Han purple Hansa yellow Harlequin Harvest gold Heat Wave Heliotrope Heliotrope
naturally occurring sulfur containing silicate mineral. Copper pigments Han purple: BaCuSi2O6. Cobalt pigments Cobalt violet: (PV14) Co3(PO4)2. Manganese
cerulean blue, aureolin (cobalt yellow) Copper pigments: azurite, Han purple, Han blue, Egyptian blue, malachite, Paris green, Phthalocyanine Blue BN
or cuprorivaite, a pigment used in ancient Egypt Han purple and Han blue, also called Chinese purple and Chinese blue, synthetic barium copper silicate
biochemistry laboratory test Fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) Gentian violet Han purple Laser dyes Methyl blue Methyl violet Methylene blue New methylene blue
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