Lithopone B301

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Product Description:

Lithopone B301/B311

Product Description:
Yuejiang Brand -Lithopone B301/B311 is white powder, non-toxic, odorless, insoluble in water, no reaction with H2S and lye, release H2S gas when reacting with strong acids.

Applications:

Yuejiang Brand-Lithopone B301/B311is widely used in coatings, printing ink, rubber, plastic etc

Basic Information:

Name:

Lithopone

CAS NO.:

1345-05-7

Appearance:

White powder

Technical Specifications:(Standard:Q/SNBJ1-2012)  

Item

B301

B311

Total zinc and barium sulphate

≥99.0

≥99.0

zinc sulfide content, %

≥28.0

≥30.0

zinc oxide content, %

≤0.6

≤0.3

Color, compared with standard samples

better

better

Tint reducing power, compared with standard samples

≥100

≥105

105°C volatile matter, %

≤0.3

≤0.3

Water solubles, %

≤0.4

≤0.3

pH-value

6.0-8.0

6.0-8.0

Oil absorption, g/ 100g

≤14

≤12

Hiding power

≥ 5 % of standard sample

≥ 5 % of standard sample



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Q:MAC pigments Vs MAC eyeshadow???
pigments are a bright shimmery loose powder eyeshadows arent too shimmery but its pressed powder
Q:what roles do pigments have in energy transfer?
Pigments okorder.com/... When a photon of just the right amount of energy strikes an electron resonating in the pigment, the electron can absorb the photon and get promoted to a higher quantum level. The photon must have just the exact amount of energy to boost the electron from its current level to its new level or it cannot be absorbed. If the incoming photon is just right to promote an electron, in that pigment, the newly energized electron resonates along the bonds at the higher energy level where it can pass to the photosynthetic reaction center from the pigment array, to split water and take back an electron. Meanwhile the chlorophyll's electron passes to the electron transport chain to begin oxidative phophorylation.
Q:can pigment ink be used to tattoo?
Pigment ink? Tattoo ink is pigment ink. Printer ink is pigment ink. Crayola markers are pigment ink. It all comes down to what it's manufactured for and whom is doing the manufacturing. Reputable shops use certain brands of tattoo ink for a reason. Using something not made for the human body at all makes for an ugly tattoo and can cause infections or other problems seeing as nothing in it's manufacturing process is sanitary or compatible with use in skin.
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Melanin (i /ˈmɛlənɪn/; Greek: μέλας, black) is a pigment that is ubiquitous in nature, being found in most organisms (spiders are one of the few groups in which it has not been detected). In animals melanin pigments are derivatives of the amino acid tyrosine. The most common form of biological melanin is eumelanin, a brown-black polymer of dihydroxyindole carboxylic acids, and their reduced forms. All melanins are derivatives of polyacetylene. The most common melanin – dopamelanin – is a mixed copolymer of polyacetylene, polyaniline, and polypyrrole. Another common form of melanin is pheomelanin, a red-brown polymer of benzothiazine units largely responsible for red hair and freckles. The presence of melanin in the archaea and bacteria kingdoms is an issue of ongoing debate among researchers in the field. The increased production of melanin in human skin is called melanogenesis. Production of melanin is stimulated by DNA damage induced by UVB-radiation,[1] and it leads to a delayed development of a tan. This melanogenesis-based tan takes more time to develop, but it is long lasting.[2] The photochemical properties of melanin make it an excellent photoprotectant. It absorbs harmful UV-radiation and transforms the energy into harmless heat through a process called ultrafast internal conversion. This property enables melanin to dissipate more than 99.9% of the absorbed UV radiation as heat[3] (see photoprotection). This prevents the indirect DNA damage that is responsible for the formation of malignant melanoma and other skin cancers. Albinism (from Latin albus, white; see extended etymology, also called achromia, achromasia, or achromatosis) is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes due to absence or defect of an enzyme involved in the production of melanin.
Q:Bright Eye Shadow Pigment?
If you want bright colors like that, you should get shimmers or pigments. These are loose eyeshadows that you can pack it on. Many people use a cream base so the eyeshadows can stick onto the skin. If you want something cheap. I know kryolan makes theatrical make up and you can just buy their paint pots. They have the primary colors plus black and white. You will get very vibrant colors if you use cream eyeshadows rather than powder eyeshadows. If you do want to use powder eyeshadows, then you can use a liquid transformer to turn the eyeshadows into liquids so you can paint it onto the skin. Some examples of liquid transformers for cheap would be visine or water. You dip the brush into the liquid transformer and then brush it onto the compact eyeshadows. After that, you just brush it onto the eyelids.
Q:What pigments are used in photosynthesis?
Chlorophyll(green) is the primary pigment used in photosynthesis. Besides chlorophyll, plants also use pigments such as carotenes(orange) and xanthophylls(yellow).
Q:Why does a plant use several pigments instead of one or two?Why are plant leaves green?
Pigments are a way for a plant to absorb the sun's energy in the form of light (photosynthesis). The different colored pigments absorb different wavelengths of light and pass it on directly to the plant to make energy, except for one class called the carotenoids, which much pass it on the the chlorophyll before anything happens The plants leaves are green because they absorb all the other wavelengthss (red, blue, oragne etc) except the green one, and the reflection of the green is what our eyes see.
Q:Pigment or regular eyeshadows... what is the main difference?
Pigment is the purest formula or color with minimal ingredients mixed in to buffer or thin out the product. Generally, the loose form is the most intense because it is lightweight and you can pack it on, mix with a medium, or layer. Pigments usually cost more than pressed forms. However, there are some pressed pigment shadows that are awesome (NARS, Make up for Ever, Urban Decay)! MAC has excellent shadows, I use a lot of them (loose pressed) in my kit. Loose pigments are great mixed with water or mixing medium to intensify. They also will last you forever!
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Pigment is a loose powder that has highly concentrated color. They come in different finishes like matte or shimmery. You can use them as eye shadows and such, which is what most people do with them. They show up better and the metallic ones can be foiled (more vivid color and looks like metal almost) if you use them wet by putting a little bit of mixing medium or eye drops on your brush before dipping it in the pigment and applying it. They can also be used as lip colors by mixing with a clear lipgloss, or eyeliner if you use them wet or mix them with something like MAC's special eyeliner mixing medium. They also make a mascara mixing medium that can be used with pigments. Pigments really are a handy, universal product to have! Keep in mind that some pigments are not safe for use in the eye and/or lip area. If you look at MAC's website where the pigments are, you can check out the specifics about that under View Recommended Use. Also, if you use pigments wet, it's best to get a little bit of it in the jar lid, then dip the brush in it. That way you won't dampen and ruin the pigments in the jar, and moisture in the jar could promote the growth of bacteria.
Q:whats pigment?
It's a small plant that pigs love to eat. It's sort of like catnip, except that pigs love it (cats won't touch it). It is related to the catnip and mint family of plants.

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