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Inorganic Pigments

Inorganic pigments are colored substances composed of minerals and other naturally occurring materials, not derived from plants or animals. They are insoluble in water, and provide intense, durable, and lightfast color when used in paints, printing inks, ceramics, plastics, and other applications. Common examples of inorganic pigments include titanium dioxide, iron oxide, cadmium sulfide, and ultramarine blue.

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