Some inorganic-organic hybrid pigments were fabricated by depositing pigment yellow 12(P.Y.12) on the surface of three inorganic cores with different particle size (white carbon black,microsilica,palygorskite). Effect of inorganic cores on the morphology and structure of the hybrid pigments were systematically investigated by nanoparticle analyzer, Fourier transforms infrared spectroscopy, and X-ray diffraction. Results showed that all three inorganic cores were encapsulated by the organic pigment. The particle size of hybrid pigments was all smaller and had narrower diameter scatter than the original pigment. The water dispersion and flow ability of these fabricated pigments were slightly improved. Thermal and UV-Vis analyses showed that the hybrid pigments had better thermo- and photo-stabilities. Additionally, the properties of the hybrid pigments including color strength, lightness, and yellow hue index were also improved and the modified pigment with white carbon black had the best coloring performance and better heat resistance than original P.Y.12.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 20, 2017
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