Chrome Oxide Green For Pigment

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Chrome Oxide Green For Pigment :


1. Product Name: Chrome Oxide Green 

2. Molecular Formula: Cr2O3

3. HS Code: 2819900000

4. CAS No. : 1308-38-9

5. Appearance: green powder  

8. Specifications: (Quality Standard: HG/T 2775-1996)


Packing Of Chrome Oxide Green For Pigment :


25 kg/bag , 20 MT / 20 FCL . Or as your requirements .


Usage Of Chrome  Oxide Green    :


 Mainly used in paint, glass, ceramics, building materials colorants, printing ink, metal polishing, 

smelting metal chromium, fire-proof material, etc.


 Pigment Grade:




Excellent Grade

First Grade

Qualified Grade


Green Power

Color Reference 


Relative Color Strength


Density g/cm3



≥ 99.0%

≥ 98.0%

≥ 97.0%

Cr+6 ppm

≤ 5

Soluble Chrome 

≤ 0.03%

≤ 0.03%

≤ 0.03%

105°C Volatile Matter   

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.3%

Water Soluble

≤ 0.1%

≤ 0.4%

≤ 0.7%


≤ 0.15%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.5%

PH of Water Solution 


Oil Absorption  (g/ 100g)


Residue on Sieve of 0.045 mm 

≤ 0.1%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.5%

1200℃ Ingition Decerement


Acid& Alkali Resistance 

Temperature Stability


Weather Fastness 



Chrome oxide green




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Q:What are Candle Pigments or Candle Coloring Powders ? And What are Candle Liquid Dyes ?
Pigments are generally used for overdipping or decorating candles. Pigments do not fade and do not migrate/bleed, but pigments will clog wicks if used to color solid-colored candles. Pigment flakes are clean and easy to use and give vivid and brilliant colors. They are safe for the candlemaker and for the candlemaker’s customers. The pigment flakes comply with OSHA, TSCA and EN 071 (part 3) legislation. Pigments are insoluble in the medium they are coloring. Pigments, therefore, are not soluble in wax. They color the wax by dispersion. This means that pigments have to be distributed evenly throughout the wax, or dispersed in the wax, in order to color it (versus dyes which are soluble in wax and become a part of the wax to color it). Mixing, therefore, is very important. Usage and Dosage Instructions Dissolve pigments flakes in your wax formulation at approximately 185F - 85C. It is recommended to pre-disperse the required amount of color (see dosage chart) in a small amount of the dipping wax in a ratio of 1:5 color to wax. This should be done at 185F - 85C, using an electric mixer will disperse the color more quickly. Once the pigment is well dispersed, add it to the remaining dipping wax. Stir the dipping wax well before starting production and after each production break. Overdipping Dosage 2 dips : 1% by weight of wax formulation 1 dip : 1.5% by weight of wax formulation For color consistency, always add the same amount of color to your dipping wax. Use a scale to weigh the components of your dipping formulation. Always dip candles at the same temperature, temperature variations will result in color deviations. Too hot a dipping wax will make the shade of color on the candle appear lighter. Too cold a dipping wax will make the shade of color on the candle appear darker. Any variations in the overdipping wax used may result in a change of color on your finished candle. PROPER MIXING IS NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE UNIFORM DISPERSION OF PIGMENTS
Q:Pls Help,<Mac Pigment> How to Apply?
apply it carefully with the brush...if it loks to bad you can go back to the store to help you..they always help me there;)
Q:Genetics Problem 5 - pigment in the mouse?
interior the 1st bypass AACC x aacc, discern a million will produce all AC gametes and discern 2 ac. Your F1 will all be AaCc. As all have the C allele they are going to be pigmented and as they're Aa they're going to all be agouti. Your F1 bypass is AaCc x AaCc. each and each discern can produce 4 gametes AC, Ac, aC, ac. To get all the genotypes you would be able to desire to entice a 4 x 4 Punnett sq.. each and each column and each and each row has between the 4 gametes in it and the cells comprise the blended genotypes. in case you count type up your genotypes you will discover 9 comprise the two A and C, those are agouti, 4 comprise cc, and all of those would be white regardless of the genotype at A, 3 comprise aa and C, those will all be black. So your phenotypic ratio would be 9:4:3 agouti: white: black the subsequent 3 crosses are all attempt crosses - you employ a recessive discern to artwork out the genotype of the different discern. a million. As lots of the offspring are colourless, you be attentive to that the two mothers and dads carry the c allele, as you pick cc for colourless mice. As there are no black mice, there is not any a allele interior the mum, as no aa offspring are produced. The bypass is AACc x aacc. woman gametes are AC or Ac and male gametes are all ac, offspring are the two AaCc or Aacc. 2. Is the opposite of bypass a million. There are black offspring so mom would desire to hold an a allele to furnish black mice, as there are no colourless ones, there is not any c allele interior the mum. you could write down the bypass and the F2 effect now. 3. This time all hues are produced, so the mum would desire to hold the two a and c alleles. Her genotype is AaCc, she would be able to offer 4 gametes as interior the 1st bypass and you will artwork out the resultant genotypes and phenotypes interior the F2.
Q:what is the relationship between chlorophyll a, accessory pigment?
Chlorophyll is the pigment that allows plants—including algae—to convert sunlight into organic compounds in the process of photosynthesis. Chlorophyll a is the predominant type found in algae and cyanobacteria (blue-green algae), and its abundance is a good indicator of the amount of algae present in the waters of the Chesapeake Bay. Excessive quantities of chlorophyll a can indicate the presence of algae blooms. These usually consist of a single species of algae, typically a species undesirable for fish and other predators to consume. Unconsumed algae sink to the bottom and decay, using up the oxygen required by other plants and benthic organisms to survive. The presence of too many nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, can stimulate algal blooms and result in reduced water clarity. Chlorophyll a also plays a direct role in reducing the amount of light avalable to plants in shallow-water habitats. This directly impacts the ability of underwater bay grasses to thrive. Like their terretrial cousins, grasses need sunlight to grow. As chlorophyll a levels increase, the amount of sunlight reaching underwater grasses declines. Chlorophyll a is the main pigment, chlorophyll b and carotenoids are accessory pigments. accessory pigments help broaden the absorbtion spectrum, as chlorophyll a absorbs violet-blue and red light. with the addition of accessory pigments chlorophyll b and carotenoids, yellow-green (chlor b) and violet and blue-green light (caro)
Q:thinking about the main role of pigments in photosynthesis...? explain how the pigments in colored objects suc?
photosynthetic pigment or antenna pigment is a pigment that is present in chloroplasts or photosynthetic bacteria and captures the light energy necessary for photosynthesis. Green plants have five closely-related photosynthetic pigments (in order of increasing polarity): Carotene - an orange pigment Xanthophyll - a yellow pigment Chlorophyll a - a blue-green pigment Chlorophyll b - a yellow-green pigment Phaeophytin a[1] - a gray-brown pigment Phaeophytin b[1] - a yellow-brown pigment Chlorophyll a is the most common of the six, present in every plant that performs photosynthesis. The reason that there are so many pigments is that each absorbs light more efficiently in a different part of the spectrum. Chlorophyll a absorbs well at a wavelength of about 400-450 nm and at 650-700 nm; chlorophyll b at 450-500 nm and at 600-650 nm. Xanthophyll absorbs well at 400-530 nm. However, none of the pigments absorbs well in the green-yellow region, which is responsible for the abundant green we see in nature.
Q:What colors do these pigments reflect?
Carotenoids generally reflect yellow, orange, or red and absorb blue to blue-green light spectra. Xanthophyll absorbs well at 400-530 nm Beta-carotene absorbs most strongly between 400-500 nm. Fucoxanthin absorbs light primarily in the blue-green to yellow-green that penetrates deeper in water, peaking at around 510-525 nm and again at 450-540 nm. This reflects a yellow brown giving brown algae their color. Phycobilins are not found in leaves except as a phytochrome. They occur in Cyanobacteria (bluegreen algae) and Rhodophyta's (red algae) photosynthetic pathways as accessory pigments a part of the light reaction pigment systems energy donors to the reaction center. Phytochromes respond to far red between 700-800 nm. Phycoerythrin is a phycobilin pigment in rad algae that reflects red light and is therefore responsible for the color of most red algae.
Q:thinking about the main role of pigments in photosynthesis...?
Green pigments absorb light in the red and blue parts of the spectrum and reflect the green back to our eyes. The major functional difference between chlorophyll and say jade green is that only the chlorophyll in living systems can transfer the absorbed light energy and the excited electron to another molecule, thus trapping it. In biology, pigment is any material resulting in color in plant or animal cells which is the result of selective absorption. Some biological material has so-called structural color, which is the result of selective reflection or iridescence, usually done with multilayer structures. Unlike structural color, pigment color is the same for all viewing angles. Nearly all types of cells, such as skin, eyes, fur and hair contain pigment. Butterfly wings typically contain structural color, although many of them contain pigment as well. Creatures that have deficient pigmentation are called albinos. In the coloring of paint, ink, plastic, fabric and other material, a pigment is a dry colorant, usually an insoluble powder. There are both natural and synthetic pigments, both organic and inorganic ones. Pigments work by selectively absorbing some parts of the visible spectrum (see light) whilst reflecting others. A distinction is usually made between a pigment, which is insoluble, and a dye, which is either a liquid, or is soluble. There is no well-defined dividing line between pigments and dyes, however, and some coloring agents are used as both pigments and dyes. In some cases, a pigment will be made by precipitating a soluble dye with a metallic salt. The resulting pigment is called a lake.
Q:what is pigment dispersion syndrome?
Pigment dispersion syndrome (PDS) is an affliction of the eye that, if left untreated, can lead a form of glaucoma known as pigmentary glaucoma. It takes place when pigment cells slough off from the back of the iris and float around in the aqueous humor. This is not what causes problems; however, if the pigment flakes clog the trabecular meshwork, preventing the liquids in the eye from draining, pressure can build up inside the eye. This pressure can cause permanent damage to the optic nerve. This condition is rare, but occurs most often in Caucasians, particularly men, and the age of onset is relatively low: mid 20s to 40s. Most sufferers are nearsighted. There is no cure as of yet, but PDS can be managed with eye drops or treated with simple surgeries. If caught early and treated, chances of glaucoma are greatly reduced. Sufferers are often advised not to engage in high-impact sports such as long-distance running or martial arts, as strong impacts can cause more pigment cells to slough off
Q:Explain light activation of pigments (absorption of light by pigments)?
A pigment is a substance that imparts color by absorbing some frequencies of visible light but not others. For instance, there are a lot of substances that absorb ultraviolet light into the visible spectrum, in other words they also absorb plain violet light. Since they absorb violet light but reflect back the rest of light, they appear yellow. Purple pigments, on the other hand, are quite rare because they absorb purple light (which has the highest energy of visible light) and reflect back everything else. When anything absorbs a photon of electromagnetic radiation (light, x-rays, ultraviolet, infrared, microwaves, gamma rays, radio waves), it is activated which means that it takes the energy of the photon and goes to an energy state that is higher by the same amount of energy that was in the photon. At the molecular level, energy is quantized, meaning its restricted to particular states. For instance, vibrational energy corresponds to infrared light: there are only certain ways, called modes, that a molecule can vibrate in, if it can't vibrate in an appropriate mode, it can't absorb the infrared radiation that corresponds to being promoted to that mode. That's why substances can be transparent. At the higher energy state, the substance might be able to participate in chemical reactions that it would not be able to participate in in a lower state. That's usually what is meant by light activation. So a pigment that absorbs visible or UV light might become activated and react with something or react in ways that it wouldn't be able to in the dark.
Q:What is a pigment and their function in photosynthesis?
a pigment is any substance that absorbs light. chlorophyll, the green pigment common to all photosynthetic cells, absorbs all wavelengths of visible light except green, which it reflects to be detected by our eyes. black pigments absorb all of the wavelengths that strike them. white pigments/lighter colors reflect all or almost all of the energy striking them. pigments have their own characteristic absorption spectra, the absorption pattern of a given pigment. a photosynthetic pigment or chloroplast pigment is a pigment that is present in chloroplasts or photosynthetic bacteria. its function is to capture the light energy necessary for photosynthesis. :)
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