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The inorganic orange mentioned is actually Molybdate. Dominion Color (DCC), Canada, is one of the biggest producer of Molybdate Orange (PR104) in the world. It can be categorised into 2 shades: Blue and Yellow shade. Some of the grades are actually "stir in" grade, i.e. easily dispersed even just with high speed mixing.
Encapsulated pigment means the pigment particle are encapsulated (=covered) by additional layer of silica to give extra protection to the pigment. Hence the pigment can withstand higher temperature (heat), stronger acid and alkali.
We have two types of inorganic yellows:
Dominion Color (DCC), Canada, is one of the biggest producer of Chrome Yellow and one of the few producer of Bismuth Vanadate pigment in the world.