Production Details of Phthalocyanine Blue :
Production Details of Phthalocyanine Blue
Color Index No.
Relative Tinting Strength
DIN ISO 787-9
Density 20℃ g/cm3
DIN ISO 787-10
Oil absorption g/100g
DIN ISO 787-5
105℃ Volatile Matter
DIN ISO 787-2
DIN ISO 787-13
Residue on Sieve 100 mesh
DIN ISO 787-14
DIN ISO 105-A03
DIN ISO 105-A03
DIN ISO 105-A03
DIN ISO 105-A03
DIN ISO 105-A03
DIN ISO 105-A03
Packing Details Of Phthalocyanine Blue :
25kg/bag , or as your requirements .
Sugges Using of Phthalocyanine Blue :
printing ink ,pigment ,plastic , rubber and so on .
- Q:What does pigmented mean?
- Pigment is the concentration of color in a substance of matter. So when something is highly pigmented it means that the color is vibrant and rich :)
- Q:MAC pigments Vs MAC eyeshadow???
- pigments are loose powder i believe. i like the eyeshadows better. there's a much better selection of those anyway.
- 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:Albinism effect on pigment?
- Mammals and birds only have melanocytes (these produce varying amounts of brown or black pigment), so that's the only pigment that needs to be affected for them to display albinism. But other types of animals have multiple types of chromatophores. An albino snake, for example, would also need to have the cells that produce reds, yellows, and blues deactivated to appear white/colorless. For these animals to appear as albinos, all pigments would have to be affected.
- Q:how are the pigments in clothes differ from plant pigments?
- Pigments are pigments. They are made of molecules that absorb some colors and reflect others from the visible spectrum of light, which gives everything color. Black pigments absorb everything and reflect nothing, so black is the absence of color and it is why dark clothing are warmer in winter. White pigments reflect everything and absorb nothing, so clothing that is white is cooler in summer. Most plants have more chlorophyll, a green pigment, in them than other pigments, so the plant is overwhelmingly reflecting green back to our eyes and absorbing the red and blue ends of the spectrum. In fall, when the chlorophyll breaks down, we can see the yellow, orange, and red pigments that are also in the leaf for a few weeks. In this way, all pigments are alike. However, perhaps what your teacher is looking for is that the green pigment chlorophyll in plants not only absorbs red and blue wavelengths of light, it also uses that energy to excite electrons from the molecules of chlorophyll and send them through an electron transport chain that enables light energy to be converted to chemical energy and store it in the C-H bonds of glucose, which is made during photosynthesis. Other pigments, whether they be in clothes or other objects such as cars or just about anything else do not do this. Only plant chlorophyll, or the green pigment in plants, converts light energy to chemical energy. That is the one huge difference. Otherwise, like all other pigments, chlorophyll absorbs some wavelengths of light and reflects others, in the case of chlorophyll, green wavelengths of light.
- 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:How do you use pigments?
- technically, pigment is a coloured mineral of a few type it relatively is floor as fantastic as available. (i.e., cobalt is blue, iron produces reds, etc.) Pigment is a similar whether it fairly is in cosmetics, ceramics, or in paint. in spite of the undeniable fact that, cutting-ingredient chemical ingredients can even have the end results of coloring the ingredients of cosmetics, yet that would lead them to a colorant, no longer a pigment.
- 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:how exactly do pigments in a plant work?
- they absorb light of a particular wavelength (the reason they are green). The energy from the light is transferred to the pigment in the form of excited electrons within the pigment.
- Q:complete the table below to organize your thoughts about plant pigments?
- pigment: .... reflected color to eyes .. what color of light it absorbs Chl a reflects green spectra between the blue and red absorption peaks. Some is absorbed at blue 450nm but most absorbed at red 680 - 700nm. Chl b reflects green spectra between the blue and red absorption peaks with a difference in which peak is stronger. Most is absorbed at blue 470 but also some at blue 430 and red 640 nm. Cartenoids reflect yellow, orange, or red and absorbs blue to blue-green light spectra. Xanthophyll absorbs well at 400-530 nm. Xanthophylls are a common sub class of the carotenoid pigment group. Beta-carotene absorbs most strongly between 400-500 nm.
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