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Pigment Discovery Expanding Into New Colors


July 27, 2011

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Chemists at Oregon State University have discovered that the same crystal structure they identified two years ago to create what may be the world's best blue pigment, can also be used with different elements to create other colors, with significant potential in the paint and pigment industries. Full Story

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