C.I. Pigment Yellow 34

Agent Name
C.I. Pigment Yellow 34
Alternative Name
Chromium orange
CAS Number
Major Category
Chromium orange; C 103; C.I. 77600; C.I. 77603; C.P. Chrome Yellow Light 1066; C.P. Chrome Yellow Light 1074; C.P. Chrome Yellow Medium 1074; C.P. Chrome Yellow Medium 1085; C.P. Chrome Yellow Medium 1298; CI 77600; CI 77603; CP Chrome Yellow Light 1066; CP Chrome Yellow Light 1074; CP Chrome Yellow Medium 1074; CP Chrome Yellow Medium 1085; CP Chrome Yellow Medium 1298; Chromastral Green HM; Chromastral Green M; Chromastral Green Y; Chrome Fast Green C.P.; Chrome Fast Green CP; Chrome Orange; Chrome Yellow; Chrome Yellow 10G; Chrome Yellow 4G; Chrome Yellow 4GL Light; Chrome Yellow 5G; Chrome Yellow 5GF; Chrome Yellow 62 E; Chrome Yellow 6GL Primrose; Chrome Yellow A 241; Chrome Yellow G; Chrome Yellow GL Medium; Chrome Yellow LF AA; Chrome Yellow Lemon; Chrome Yellow Light; Chrome Yellow Light Y 434D; Chrome Yellow Medium; Chrome Yellow Medium Y 469D; Chrome Yellow Middle; Chrome Yellow NEO 5GS; Chrome Yellow Pigment GMN 35; Chrome Yellow Primrose; Chromium Yellow; Dainichi Chrome Yellow 10G; Dainichi Chrome Yellow 5G; KZh 2; KZh 3; Krolor Yellow KY 788D; Lead Sulfochromate Yellow; Lemon Chrome A 3G; Lemon Chrome C 4G; Light chrome yellow; Middle Chrome; Middle Chrome BHG; Primrose Chrome; Primrose yellow; Pure Lemon Chrome 24882; Pure Lemon Chrome 3GN; Pure Lemon Chrome HL 3G; Pure Lemon Chrome L 3G; Pure Lemon Chrome L 3GS; Pure Middle Chrome 24883; Pure Middle Chrome LG; Pure Primrose Chrome 24880; Pure Primrose Chrome 24881; Pure Primrose Chrome L 10G; Pure Primrose Chrome L 6G; Pure Primrose Chrome Y 2G; Pure Primrose Chrome Y 2RS; Renol Chrome Yellow Y 2G; Renol Chrome Yellow Y 2RS; Supra Lemon Chrome 4G; Supra Lemon Chrome H 4G; Supra Middle Chrome G; Supra Primrose Chrome 6G; Vynamon Yellow 6GN; Vynamon Yellow CRN; Chromium orange; [ChemIDplus]
Lead Compounds, Inorganic
Solid; Insoluble in water at 20 deg C; [IUCLID] Yellow odorless powder; [MSDSonline]
Used as pigment in paints, printing inks, vinyl, cellulose acetate plastics, textile printing, leather finishes, linoleum, paper, and artists’ colors; [HSDB]
A pigment that contains lead and chromate; [HSDB]
Biomedical References

Exposure Assessment

Lead in blood=30 ug/100 ml; sampling time not critical;
0.05 mg/m3, as Pb
0.05 mg/m3, as Pb
100 mg/m3, as Pb

Adverse Effects

Predominantly motor
Hepatoxic (a) from occupational exposure (secondary effect) or (b) in animal studies or in humans after ingestion
Reproductive Toxin

Diseases, Processes, and Activities Linked to This Agent


Occupational diseases associated with exposure to this agent:


Activities with risk of exposure: