Lithopone B301

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Lithopone B301/B311

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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.


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

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White powder

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




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≥ 5 % of standard sample

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Q:what is a pigment? Please describe it, and tell me the uses.?
Pigments are a natural color in organisms. To understand pigments, you must understand the reflections of light. Pigments allows for organisms to have color, like the blue or brown in the eyes. For example, leaves in plants are color green because their pigments absorb all the colors because of photosynthesis except green and reflects off the color. Their plants are usually not green because they don't need to absorb light as much as the leaves does. Pigments depend on the type of light it absorbs. You are green in a dark room with green light right?
Q:what are the three major photosythetic pigments?
three major pigments are 1.chlorophyll a 2.chlorophyll b 3.carotenoids chlorophyll a is the major pigment,chlorophyll b n carotenoid are the accessory pigments which help in absorption of the incident light of different wavelengths. another pigment xanthopyll-fucoxanthin is also present in some plants
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:Separation of plant pigments?
Separation of plant pigments using chromatography. Paper chromatography is a useful technique in the separation and identification of different plant pigments. In this technique, the mixture containing the pigments to be separated is first applied as a spot or a line to the paper about 1.5 cm from the bottom edge of the paper. The paper is then placed in a container with the tip of the paper touching the solvent. Solvent is absorbed by the chromatographic paper and moved up the paper by capillary action. As the solvent crosses the area containing plant pigment extract, the pigments dissolve in and move with the solvent. The solvent carries the dissolved pigments as it moves up the paper. The pigments are carried along at different rates because they are not equally soluble. Therefore, the less soluble pigments will move slower up the paper than the more soluble pigments. This is known as developing a chromatogram.
Q:can the pigment know as Chinese purple form a matter wave in certain circumstances?
Peaceful demonstrations, which are the sorts urge by governments, are just a way of letting the public let off steam safely without achieving anything. It is most convenient for them - every one has a jolly time, a bit of bantering, and we all go back to the status quo. Just like the House, a lot of empty debates, and the government just goes ahead and does what it wants. The public is beginning to become aware of the severe limitations of democracy as it is practised in the west. There are times, as the government claims, it has to do what has to be done, even though the actions may be 'unpopular', meaning they are not supported by the majority, and therefore undemocratic. Thus, we have supposedly democratic governments doing undemocratic things (and we accuse other countries with different systems of being undemocratic!). In such situations where democratic governments are acting undemocratically, the public surely has a right to resort to actions other than the ballot box (denied them anyway), or futile gestures. The government is supposed to represent majority will in our system; where it ceases to do so, it has lost its mandate, and, should arguable be replaced before the election comes round.
Q:what is the right way to put on skin pigments?
Pigments are usually packaged in a finely milled loose powder form. After cleansing , toning and moisturizing,let the moisturizer absorb in the skin. Apply the skin pigments using a large compact powder brush/kabuki brush in a circular motion on face neck, then apply a second layer in a downward motion. Then use Evian water Mister to set the pigment. For eye pigments, put a thin layer of skin pigment first, then apply the eye pigment using a oval shaped dome brush
Q:what is pigment color powder?
itz for ur beautifing ur skin.
Q:Can someone describe the role of accessory pigments in photosynthesis?
Accessory pigments help the plant absorb energy from different wavelengths of light other than those that are absorbed by the main pigment chlorophyl.
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:In photosynthesis whats the difference between primary and accesory pigments?
Primary pigments are molecules that convert light energy to chemical energy directly; chlorophyll is the primary pigment in all photosynthetic organisms. Accessory pigments are molecules that absorb photons which are not captured by chlorophyll. The presence of accessory pigments (found in the thylakoid membranes of plants) allows phototrophs (plants, algae, and cyanobacteria) to capture energy from the sun that would otherwise go to waste. The two most common types of accessory pigments are carotenoids and phycobilins. Some examples of carotenoids in common plants are: beta-carotein (carrot orange), lutein (marigold yellow), and lycopene (tomato red). Phycobilins are found only in red algae or cyanobacteria. The two most common phycobilins are: phycoerythrin (red), and phycocyanin (blue). The presence of accessory pigments in plants is masked by the presence of chlorophyll during the Spring and Summer seasons; that's why leaves are green most of the time. The color change from green to red, orange, or yellow that we observed during the Fall season is caused by the absence of chlorophyll; the accessory pigments are always present until the leaves fall as the trees go into dormant mode.

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