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Orpiment = sulphur + arsenic
Mosaic Gold = sulphur + mercury + tin
masticote = tin + oxygen
1704 Diesbach and Dieppel created Prussian Blue from cyanide, potassium and iron. Prussian Blue was also called Parisian Blue and Antwerp Blue. The color name cyan, which means aqua, comes from the word cyanide.
Ultramarine Blue and Violet
Chromium Red and Green
Mars Yellow, Orange and Red (synthetic ochre)
Zinc White (less poisonous than lead or mercury)
Winsor and Newton created Chinese White Water Color
Unverdorben invented aniline black, which is still used today.
1878 Emil Fischer and his brother developed a cheaper process for manufacturing fuchsia.
1882 von Bäyer synthesized indigo.