Synthetic Organic Pigment SensitivitySynthetic organic pigment sensitivity to solvents is an area that is starting to gain more attention. Synthetic pigments have been used in oil paint since the last quarter of the nineteenth century, and in most modern paints. They are increasingly replacing inorganic pigments in paints. Initial research into synthetic pigments and conservation treatments have shown that they are soluble in varying degrees to a number of solvents commonly used in conservation, and in some cases the pigment is extracted out of the paint film.
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