Cobalt green, also sometimes known as Rinmann's green or Zinc Green, is a translucent green pigment made by mixing cobalt(II) oxide and zinc oxide and heating. It was invented by Swedish chemist Sven Rinmann in 1780. Although it is stable and can be safely mixed with other pigments, it is rarely used because it is a weak pigment for its cost.
Use in electronics Editar
- ↑ BBC Online: Green pigment spins chip promise
- ↑ University of Washington: Pigment formulated 225 years ago could be key in emerging technologies