Inorganic Green Pigments Chrome Oxide Green Metal Grade

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Product Details Of Chrome Oxide Green : 

1. Product Name: Chrome Oxide Green 

2. Molecular Formula: Cr2O3

3. HS Code: 2819900000

4. CAS No. : 1308-38-9

5. Appearance: green powder  

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


Packing Details of Chrome Oxide Green : 


25 kg/ PP bag or Kraft bag  , 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.



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Q:What does pigment mean?
The natural coloring matter
Q:i bought mac pro pigments 4 the 1st time , now what do i do?
For MAC pigments you need a thick natural base underneath them to make them hold, and shine amazingly... I use paint pot base. Use a stiff eye brush and dab it in the pigment container. before applying it on your eye, shake off the access of it. make sure you have a base underneath though!
Q:which pigments are involved?
All photosynthetic organisms contain one or more organic pigments capable of absorbing visible radiation, which will initiate the photochemical reactions of photosynthesis. The three major classes of pigments found in plants and algae are the chlorophylls, the carotenoids and the phycobilins. Carotenoids and phycobilins are called accessory pigments since the quanta (packets of light) absorbed by these pigments can be transferred to chlorophyll. Chlorophylls chlorophyll a - present in all higher plants and algae chlorophyll b - present in all higher plants and green algae chlorophyll c - diatoms and brown algae chlorophyll d - red algae (chlorophyll a is present in all photosynthetic organisms that evolve O2.) Chlorophyll molecules contain a porphyrin 'head' and a phytol 'tail'. The polar (water-soluble) head is made up of a tetrapyrrole ring and a magnesium ion complexed with the nitrogen atoms of the ring. The phytol tail extends into the lipid layer of the thylakoid membrane. Carotenoids (carotenes and xanthophylls) Carotenes: -carotene - higher plants and most algae $-carotene - most plants some algae xanthophylls: luteol, fucoxanthol and violaxanthol Carotenoids contain a conjugated double bond system of the polyene type (C-C=C-C=C). Energy absorbed by carotenoids may be transferred to chlorophyll a for photosynthesis. Phycobilins (found mostly in red and blur-green algae): phycoerythrin phycocyanin allophycocyanin )
Q:what are ten names of natural pigments to make paint?
Q:difference betwwen dyes and pigments?
Dyes are dissolved in whatever solvent is used. Pigments are insoluble. Often a pigment is made by attaching a dye molecule to an insoluble particle. According to my sources a pigment is a coloring matter, usually in the form of an insoluble powder that is mixed with oil, water, etc. to make paint. The pigment lays on the surface and becomes part of the dry film. A dye is soluble in water and is used to color cloth, basket reed and other porous materials. A tube of white toothpaste would be a white pigment for some imaginary use. The same toothpaste, with a red dye added, would be a pink or red pigment. With an overwhelming concentration of dyes, or with black powder added, it could be a black pigment. Silver or metallic colorants can only be pigment.
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:What pigments take part in photosynthesis?
Pigments are chemical compounds capable of absorbing certain wavelengths of light energy depending upon their color. A pigment will look the color of whatever wavelength it does NOT absorb, In photosynthesis there are two major classes of pigments 1) Chlorophyll-- which absorbs many light wavelenghts EXCEPT green- which comes in two forms, chlorophyll a which is possessed by most plants, algae and cyanobacteria and chlorophyll b found in both plants and green algae. 2) Carotenoids- pigments which look orange and brown and pass the energy on to chlorophyll for use in photosynthesis, hence their name of accessory pigments.
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:How to manufacture FRP pigments?
Pigment A finely divided material which contributes to optical and other properties of paint, finishes, and coatings. Pigments are insoluble in the coating material, whereas dyes dissolve in and color the coating. Pigments are mechanically mixed with the coating and are deposited when the coating dries. Their physical properties generally are not changed by incorporation in and deposition from the vehicle. Pigments may be classified according to composition (inorganic or organic) or by source (natural or synthetic). However, the most useful classification is by color (white, transparent, or colored) and by function. Special pigments include anticorrosive, metallic, and luminous pigments. See also Dye; Luminous paint; Paint.
Q:Drosophila Eye Pigments?
Man pigments determine the colour of the eye. If the composition of pigments is same in all the flies,how can the colour in which their eyes look differ?isn't this a contradiction?i suspect the accuracy of The chromatography test because even a very very slight change in the amount of pigment can significantly change the colour. The phenotype is always different in mutants due to different genotype. in genotype is taken for granted if a change in phenotype is present. Wait just got over into a nice point. Sometimes even if the pigment composition being same different colours m8 be produced due to different allotropes or iro of the same pigment might have different colours!though allotropes(not isomers) have same composition but differ in,their post translational changes r different.since post translational changes r indirectly influenced by genes.this completely explains this case.
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