Iron oxide red 130

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
China Main Port
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
-
Supply Capability:
-

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Quick Details

·         CAS No.: 1309-37-1

·         Other Names: Iron oxide (Fe2O3)

·         MF: Fe2O3

·         EINECS No.: 215-168-2

·         Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

·         Usage: Ceramic Pigments, Coating Pigment, Cosmetic Pigment, Ink Pigments, Plastic & Rubber Pigment, Leather Pigments, Other

·         Model Number: 130

·         Type: Iron Oxide

·         Style: Inorganic Pigment

·         Appearance: Powder

·         color: Iron Oxide Red, Yellow, Black, Blue ,green

·         wetherability: very good

·         certificate: ISO9001:2000

·         heat-resistant: very good

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

25 kg/ craft paper bag, 22MT/20FCL (Iron Oxide Red); 25 kg/ craft paper bag, 13 MT/ 20FCL (Iron Oxide Yellow); 25 kg/ craft paper bag, 20MT/ 20FCL (Iron Oxide Black)

Delivery Detail:

Within 2weeks after get the advanced money

Specifications

synthetic red iron oxide 130
21 years factory
supply CCIC,ISO,SGS inspect
Free samples will sent to the customer

Iron oxide red 130

1. Product Description
1). Bright-colored exquisite powder.
2). Good weatherability (Lightfastness, heat-resistant and alkali resistant)
3). Strong tinting power, excellent coverage and fine dispersion.
4). We can supply iron oxide with different color, specifications and packing
5). Only dissolved in heat strong acid

2. Product detailed Specification

Item

Index

Primary color

Diluted color

Iron content (Fe2O3) 105 drying%≥

95

Fineness (325 mesh wet sieve residue)%≤

0.5

Oil absorption, g/100g

15-25

Moisture & 105 volatile%

0.8

Water solubles% ≤

0.3

Water suspended matter PH value

5-7

Relative tinting strength (compared with standard sample%) ≥

95

Total calcium on CaO% (m/m)

0.3

We also have many of other colors and type, if you have the special request, please email me freely

3. Product Application
  brick,concrete, roofing tile, paver, stucco, masonary, paint, coating, rubber, plastic, paper and leather industries etc.  

4. Product Packing:
25 kg/ craft paper bag,    22MT/20FCL     (Iron Oxide Red);
25 kg/ craft paper bag,   13 MT/ 20’FCL   (Iron Oxide Yellow);
25 kg/ craft paper bag,    20MT/ 20’FCL   (Iron Oxide Black)

5.superiority

 1.accept the inspection of SGS,  CCIC and the other international  inspection  department.

 2.Free samples will sent to you.

 3.21 years experience.

 4.professional skills

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:what is the function of pigment molecules in photosynthesis?
They absorb light from the sun
Q:does photosythesis requier pigment moulecuels?
Pigments are needed, because they absorb the energy from the light. Different chlorophylls absorb different wavelengths. When pigment absorbs the photon, it releases an electron, which is used in photosynthesis as energy. Without pigment the light would just past through or reflect and no energy would be left to the cell to be turned into sugar.
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:Mac Eye Pigments?
the pigments are more concentrated, but there's more of a color variety with the shadows. on the shadows, if you look under the name it'll tell you the formulation...satin, luster etc...but the ones marked luster and frost are my favorites and they are more vivid and as far as the mixing medium, just dampen (dont wet) your brush and its the same
Q:how to prepare coloured pigments?
Chemically, pigments fall into a number of large groups, but these are often arbitrarily divided into two major groups. The first group comprises pigments that contain nitrogen; it includes hemoglobins, chlorophylls, bile pigments, and dark-colored pigments called melanin, widespread in many animal groups and the chemical that is responsible for variations in the color of human skin. Related to melanins are the indigoids, of which the well known plant pigment indigo is an example. Riboflavin, which is also known as vitamin B12, is one of a number of pale yellow to green pigments that are produced by several plant groups. The second group is formed of pigments without nitrogen. Carotenoids are members of this group, as are the important plant pigments called flavonoids. In leaves, flavonoids selectively admit light wavelengths that are important to photosynthesis, while blocking out ultraviolet light, which is destructive to cell nuclei and proteins. Flavonoids are also important in flower color, in particular providing red and blue pigments. Bright fall colors are produced by the conversion of colorless flavonoids, called flavonols, into colored forms, called anthocyanins. Quinones provide many yellow, red, and orange pigments, including several useful dyes derived from insects that feed on plants containing the quinones. Cochineal, for example, is a red pigment obtained from the fat cells of scale insects that feed on cactus plants.
Q:What happens to the yellow pigments in a leaf during the summer months?
Carotenes and xanthophylls are always present in the leaves of plants. During the summer, the abundant chlorophyll masks the presence of the yellows, oranges, and reds that are also present. These other pigments are called accessory pigments and also absorb light energy used in photosynthesis.
Q:Give the function of the observed pigments -?
Q:difference betwwen dyes and pigments?
-A dye is a molecule or chemical which absorbs light more at some visible wavelengths than at others. Added to a clear medium, it gives clear colors. Transparent, not even milky or translucent. Added to an opaque medium such as concrete, the opacity remai
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:What is a pigment and their function in photosynthesis?
Chlorophyll. These pigments convert sunlight into glucose and some more stuff . It also gives leaves their green colour

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range