Cobalt Green Pigment Organic Pigment Powder

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Cobalt Green Specifications

- Cobalt Green 
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Cobalt Green Product Inforamtion:


Chemical Name:               Cobalt Titanate Green Spinel

Chemical Composition:    Co/Ti/Ni/Zn Oxide

Color Index Name:            Pigment Green 50 /P.G.50

Color Index Number:         77377

CAS Number:                    68186-85-6

Physical Form:                  Green Powder

Crystal Pattern:                 Spinel Pattern

 


Cobalt Green Product Characteristics:

Pigment Green 50 is a bright color with yellowish green, it is also one kinds of environmental protection pigments, which is internationally recognized as non-toxic pigments. It is easy to disperse, with excellent heat resistance,lightfastness, weather resistance, acid & alkali resistance and high infrared reflectivity.

 

Cobalt Green Applications:

It can be used in coil coatings, powder coatings, automobile coatings, outdoor architectural coatings, camouflage coatings, painting coatings, road sign coatings, as well as engineering plastics, general plastics,  toys plastics, food packaging plastics, printing ink, color masterbatch, and other building materials,such as high-performance industrial coating, cement, concrete, roofing materials, as well as ceramics, etc.

 

Cobalt Green Main Technical Data:

Heat Resistance: ≥1000°C 
Light Resisrtance(Grade 1-8): 8 
Weather Resisrance(Grade 1-5): 5

Acid Resistance(Grade 1-5): 5

Alkali Resistance(Grade 1-5): 5
Oil Absorption: 16-20g/100g 
Density: 4.01-5.01 g/cm3 
PH: 6-9 
Mean Particle Size: 1.1-2.5 µm

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Q:what is the function of pigment molecules in photosynthesis?
They absorb light from the sun
Q:MAC pigments Vs MAC eyeshadow???
i love both
Q:colorfast pigment - define and explain the molecular structure that provides this property?
I'm sure with enough research you will be able to find these answers and explanations in your text book. Or google them, maybe it will have pics to help describe if your more of a hands on learner. Good Luck.
Q:Your classmate suggests that chlorophyll is not the only pigment contained in plant cells. Is your classmate c
Pigments in plants color every part: red rose, orange carrot, purple plums. These pigments are not photosynthetic their function varies with location in the plant and the season. Chlorophylls are the primary photosynthetic pigment class found in chloroplasts. Flavonoids like the anthocyanins provide red, blue, purple, or magenta color to flowers and fruits. Color serves to attract pollinators and seed distributors. Recent literature reports some 550 different anthocyanins.
Q:What is pigment?
mac pigments are multi use. they're probably most popular as eyeshadows, but can also be used on lips, cheeks, nails, and pretty much anywhere. the mac pro store sells several mixing mediums, to change the consistancy of the powder, for the different uses, or they can be mixed with water/visine/etc.
Q:what is pigment?
In biology, a pigment is any material resulting in color of plant or animal cells. Many biological structures, such as skin, eyes, fur and hair contain pigments (such as melanin) in specialized cells called chromatophores. Many conditions affect the levels or nature of pigments in plant and animal cells. For instance, Albinism is a disorder affecting the level of melanin production in animals. Pigment color differs from structural colour in that it is the same for all viewing angles, whereas structural color is the result of selective reflection or iridescence, usually because of multilayer structures. For example, butterfly wings typically contain structural color, although many butterflies have cells that contain pigment as well.
Q:7th grade biology/botany. Leaves + color Pigments + HELP!!!!! + Please!!!?
1. Changes in pigment compsition is the primary reason for the changes in the colour observed during different developmental stages of leaves. 2. Each pigment has the property of absorbing light rays of certain wave lengths and reflecting rays of certain wave length. This is called chromatic property of the pigment. For example Chlorophyll absorbs all wavelengths and reflects green wave lengths. Hence it appears green in colour. Therefore the colour is in the light rays and not in the pigment. 3.Reds= Phycoerythrin; Yellows= Xanthophylls; Purples= Anthocyanins; Browns= different combinations of red and yellow pigments; greens= Chlorophylls; Blue= Phycocyanins. 4. Yes 5. The process of leaf fall is called Abcission. Leaf os an organ of definitive growth. It grows to its maximum size and becomes scenescent. Once scenescence sts in, all cellular materials that can be used elsewhere are translocated to other growing parts and the leaf becomes yellow. The water supply to the leaf is cut off. The phloem also becomes non-functional. At this stage a special layer called Abcission layer is formed at the base of leaf near the point of atachment to the stem. The abcission layer produces cork cells which plug the region. The layers of cells above the cork layer become deprived of water and food and die forming Separation layer. At this stage the leaf is attached to the base only by the xykem cells. By its shere weight the leaf breaks and falls. The most important point about abcission is that the exposed part of the leaf base is covered by cork layer which is impervious to entry of pathogens! Refer to any Plant Anatomy book for a diagram to show the longitudinal section of the abcission layer.
Q:Where about in the beetroot is the pigment concentrated more?
I've known it to be in the skin and thats from a cooking point of view.
Q:How do scientists use a spectrophotometer to detemine the absortion spectrum of a pigment?
A pigment molecule absorbs at specific wavelength(s), meaning that when light of a specific wavelength is incident to the molecule only certain wavelengths are absorbed while others are transmitted. The spectrophotometer emits monochromatic light (light of only one wavelength) which passes through the pigment molecule and a detector determines the amount of light that is either absorbed or transmitted by the sample. This is done at wavelengths from the UV (180-330 nm) to the visible (330-700 nm) and the light that is either transmitted or absorbed is detected by the spectrophotometer and is able to be graphed with absorbance representing the y-axis and wavelength representing the x-axis. The resultant graph will depict the absorption spectrum of that particular pigment molecule. Hope that helps.
Q:Albinism effect on pigment?
Mammals and birds only have melanocytes (these produce varying amounts of brown or black pigment), so that's the only pigment that needs to be affected for them to display albinism. But other types of animals have multiple types of chromatophores. An albino snake, for example, would also need to have the cells that produce reds, yellows, and blues deactivated to appear white/colorless. For these animals to appear as albinos, all pigments would have to be affected.

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