[DuPont] A brand name for a chlorinated copper phthalocyanine pigment. Monastral green was commercially introduced in 1938. Monastral green is made from the same phthalocyanine base as Monastral blue but is modified by chlorination. Some commercial products by the same name may contain less permanent colors.
See also Phthalocyanine green.
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