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MFA Acc. #: 49.414

Description

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  • The 'Description' should contain the following:

[Current Manufacturer in brackets] followed by general material classification (stone plant solvent foam paper, etc), latin name, chemical description, native source, history of production and use. For natural products, include the discovery,, native regions, purification and chemical replacements. For synthetics, include initial discovery and/or patent dates and any transfer to other manufacturer and/or change of product names. Especially important is the use history in art or in preparation for use in art.

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Indigo plant (Indigofera tinctoria)

Synonyms and Related Terms

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Raman

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FTIR

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XRD

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SEM

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EDS

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Chemical structure

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Applications

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  • Packing material
  • Case construction

Personal Risks

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Collection Risks

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Links to Oddy Test results posted on AIC Wiki Materials Database Pages for individual materials below

° Evasol adhesive, clear tested in 2015

° Evasol tested in 2003

Environmental Risks

Physical and Chemical Properties

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Composition C16H10N2O2
CAS 482-89-3
Melting Point 390-392
Molecular Weight mol. wt. = 262.26
Refractive Index >1.662

Working Properties

Comparisons and Related information

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Characteristics of Common Blue Pigments

Additional Images

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Resource and Citations

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If a single citation is used in more than one location, give it a 'tag' with the first entry then only use the 'tag' for subsequent entries: <ref name="Perry">Perry's Handbook, Sixth Edition, McGraw-Hill Co., 1984.</ref> then at all the other citation points just enter: <ref name="Perry"/>

  • H.Schweppe, "Indigo and Woad", Artists Pigments, Volume 3, E. West FitzHugh (ed.), Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1997.
  • Pigments Through the Ages: Indigo


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