Arylide Yellow 🎨 RGB Color Code: #E9D66B
The hexadecimal RGB code of Arylide Yellow color is #E9D66B. This code is composed of a hexadecimal E9 red (233/256), a D6 green (214/256) and a 6B blue component (107/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(233,214,107). Closest WebSafe color: Jonquil (#FFCC66)
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Arylide Yellow on Wikipedia
Arylide yellow, also known as Hansa yellow and monoazo yellow, is a family of organic compounds used as pigments. They are primarily used as industrial
Apricot Aqua Aquamarine Aquamarine (Crayola) Arctic lime Artichoke green Arylide yellow Ash gray Asparagus Atomic tangerine Aureolin Aztec gold Azure Azure
highly saturated yellow or simplicity of color mixing. The most common is the monoazo arylide yellow family, first marketed as Hansa Yellow. Curcuma longa
tend to be comparatively weaker; the stronger red and yellow colors prevail, thus creating the following tones. The color brown can also
"Casali's green" (viridian), Prussian blue, and a yellow pigment that may have been arylide yellow. Sailor Jerry, who started working as a tattoo artist
Crayola Artichoke green #4B6F44 29% 44% 27% 110° 24% 35% 39% 44% Pantone Arylide yellow #E9D66B 91% 84% 42% 51° 74% 67% 54% 91% ColorHexa Ash gray #B2BEB5 70%
is used as a yellow colorant, and is classified as an arylide yellow. Also called permanent yellow, its color index number is 20040. The compound is obtained
"Casali's green" (viridian), Prussian blue, and a yellow pigment that may have been arylide yellow. In 1913, Dietzel arrived in Milwaukee and found that
(CH2CO)2 -> ArNHC(O)CH2C(O)CH3}}} These acetoacetamides are precursors to arylide yellow and diarylide pigments. Diketenes with two alkyl chains are used in
derivatives) are used in the production of organic pigments called arylide yellows. Acetoacetanilide is prepared by acetoacetylation of aniline using
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