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Description of LED Fluorescent:

Extensive usage: it applies to various LED encapsulation from cool white to warm white. The rendering index can be up to 98 with red powder.


Festures of LED Fluorescent:

Fluorescent powder or Phosphors are often transition metal compounds or rare earth compounds of various types. The most common uses of phosphors are in CRT(cathode ray tube) displays and fluorescent lights. CRT phosphors were standardized beginning around World War II and designated by the letter "P" followed by a number.Phosphorus, the chemical element named for its light-emitting behavior, emits light due tochemiluminescence, not phosphorescence.


Specifications of LED Fluorescent:

Many phosphors(Florescent Powder) tend to lose efficiency gradually by several mechanisms. The activators can undergo change of valence (usually oxidation), thecrystal lattice degrades, atoms – often the activators – diffuse through the material, the surface undergoes chemical reactions with the environment with consequent loss of efficiency or buildup of a layer absorbing either the exciting or the radiated energy, etc..


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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:Why do plants contain so many pigments?
Typically most plants only contain chlorophyll which is green. Which plants are you referring to?
Q:How do you use pigments?
You can use Pigments for multiple things, eyes, cheeks and lips. -Eyes: With your clean fingers or with a small eyeshadow brush apply the pigment gently to your lids. If its a light color like white, apply it on the inner corner and under the brows. If its darker, like dark brown, apply it on the crease. You can also use it to line your eyes, I like to mix pigments with some moisturizer and with a really thin brush line my eyes. If its a matte pigment (with no shimmer or glitter) you can use it to fill in your brows. Lastly, you can use it on your lashes! I use some hair gel or clear mascara and I mix it with some pigments, I apply it with my finger or with an old mascara wand :) -Cheeks: Use it as a blush if its a pink, red, orange or coral color. Apply a small amount with a blush brush onto the apples of your cheeks. If its a white, very light brown or pink, use it as a highlighter. Apply with a small brush under you undereye area. If its a darker brown, use it as a bronzer or conturing powder. -Lips: Mix pigments with vaseline, olive oil or clear lipbalm to get a tinted gloss. If you want more precision, use a small brush to apply it. As you can see, Its all about the brush you use!! Hope it helped :)
Q:What are accesory pigments and why are they important?
Accessory pigments, also called, Photosynthetic Pigments or Chloroplast pigments, are pigments which are present within the cell of a Chloroplast used to harvest a greater spectrum of light.y are colored compounds which absorb and transfer light energy to chlorophyll. Pigments are light-absorbing molecules. In addition to chlorophyll,other pigments, principally yellow and orange carotenoids, as well asother forms of chlorophyll, are also present in green plants. These molecules absorb light and then pass the energy to the chlorophyll and accessory pigments, like the carotenoids, enable the plants to use more ofthe light than is trapped by chlorophyll alone.
Q:what is pigment?
a pigment has some kinds like biological pigment and arsenic pigment. i dont know much about the arsenic pigment. i would just tell something about the biological pigment. in biology, pigment is any material resulting in color of plants or animals cells. many biological structures like eyes,fur,hair and skin contains pigments like melanin in specialized cells called chromatophores.
Q:Eyeshadow Pigments?
Go to Wal-mart or Target and look at their selections. A lot of cosmetic lines are now into making eye shadow pigments!!
Q:Pigment or regular eyeshadows... what is the main difference?
Pigments are really loose eye powders. For MAC, it's kind of like 'balls of sparkles' If you want really sparkly eyes, you'd probably want this. Dip your eye makeup brush in water, then in the pigment. I find this to work well, and it really compliments the product. It's best applied over a dark eyeshadow or primer. An eyeshadow is a packed together powder. (As you probably know) MAC eyeshadow comes on bright and radiant. So if you just want a simple look, this product works well. I suggest MAC - PaintPot. It's a creamy eyeshadow that is easy to blend. It's not waterproof, but it's difficult to rub off. It can act as a primer too.
Q:pigments.....please help?
Mineral Pigments: Lazurite (Lapis Lazuli), Vivianite (Blue Ochre), Riebeckite, Glauconite, Malachite, Jarosite, Limonite, Hematite, Goethite, Celadonite and Shungite Animal Pigments: Tyrian Purple, made from the mucus of a Murex snail Carmine, made from an insect in central and south America, called Cochinilla Natural indigo, made from plants of the genera Indigofera Rose madder, a pigment derived from the plant Rubia tinctorum Gamboge, I think is a dark type of mustard (seeds) Alizarin occurs in the root of the common madder (Rubia tinctorum) and in various parts of Indian madder (Rubia cordifolia). And regarding how they are produced, well each one has it´s own methods. You may want to search each of those names and you can find information for each one. Hope this helps, Bella
Q:What is the role of pigment in photosynthesis photosynthesis ?
Photosynthesis can't happen without the pigment chlorophyll (which is green and is why leaves and stuff are green). Chlorophyll is found in chloroplasts, an organelle in plant cells. Chlorophyll harnesses the sunlight's energy in order to split water (into hydrogen pairs and oxygen) so it can be used in the photosynthesis process (ie. in order to make glucose, the food source for plants). Hope this helps! :D
Q:How many pigments does grass reflect?
Pigments are the colors that make grass look green. They are the pigments that do photosynthesis. Grass looks green because it reflects green light. It reflects the wavelengths of light that have the frequency of green light. Grass has other pigments that we do not see through the chlorophyll, but it is the light that is reflected.

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