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 is a pigment?
- a pigment is a naturally produced substance in humans and nature in general, that reflects light that is perceived by our eyes as colour -a person without pigment would show totally white hair, and pale pink skin and eyes (the pink is from the blood vessels) -we have it to protect us from the sun --> naturally dark or tanned people have lots, rarely get burned or skin cancer; fair-skinned people were designed for the northern areas with less sunlight, burn easily
- Q:Are pigments the same as tannins?
- Yes, tannins are pigments but they aren't really the main plant pigment. Plant pigments usually refer to photosynthetic pigments (chlorophyll, carotenoids, etc.). These photosynthetic pigments give the leaves their green color (or yellow/orange in the fall). Tannins are non-photosynthetic phytochemical (involved in plant metabolism and internal functioning), but they are also a pigment. Tannins (and lignins) are brown. This is was gives dead leaves and wood their color. Tannins also leach out of the leaves when soaked in water (same process as brewing a cup of tea). So tannins are pigments when they leach out of leaves and stain water (or other things) brown, but they are not photosynthetic plant pigments. In other words, it depends on what context you are calling a tannin a pigment. In a live plant they are not a pigment (judgment call here). In a dead leaf or when they leach out of a leaf they are a pigment.
- Q:How to manufacture FRP pigments?
- Pigment A finely divided material which contributes to optical and other properties of paint, finishes, and coatings. Pigments are insoluble in the coating material, whereas dyes dissolve in and color the coating. Pigments are mechanically mixed with the coating and are deposited when the coating dries. Their physical properties generally are not changed by incorporation in and deposition from the vehicle. Pigments may be classified according to composition (inorganic or organic) or by source (natural or synthetic). However, the most useful classification is by color (white, transparent, or colored) and by function. Special pigments include anticorrosive, metallic, and luminous pigments. See also Dye; Luminous paint; Paint.
- Q:how are pigments classified?
- because pigment is want gives us skin tone.
- 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:Recommended hair dyes for pre-pigmenting?
- You have to go to your chart on hair colors. Go through the stages of how the color is removed from the hair when bleaching. Then you will need to redeposit that color into the hair before you take it back top the natural color. Natural dark brown means you have removed all of the red pigments out of the hair. Depends on what brand you use as to which color you would need. If you don't have a bunch of money to spend go to a beauty school and you should get pretty good results. Good Luck
- Q:what are the three major photosythetic pigments?
- A okorder.com/... gives the spectra (Action and Absorption)
- Q:what is pigment dispersion syndrome?
- Pigment dispersion syndrome (PDS) is an affliction of the eye that, if left untreated, can lead a form of glaucoma known as pigmentary glaucoma. It takes place when pigment cells slough off from the back of the iris and float around in the aqueous humor. This is not what causes problems; however, if the pigment flakes clog the trabecular meshwork, preventing the liquids in the eye from draining, pressure can build up inside the eye. This pressure can cause permanent damage to the optic nerve. This condition is rare, but occurs most often in Caucasians, particularly men, and the age of onset is relatively low: mid 20s to 40s. Most sufferers are nearsighted. There is no cure as of yet, but PDS can be managed with eye drops or treated with simple surgeries. If caught early and treated, chances of glaucoma are greatly reduced. Sufferers are often advised not to engage in high-impact sports such as long-distance running or martial arts, as strong impacts can cause more pigment cells to slough off
- Q:What are the accessory pigments and what are their functions?
- Accessory pigments are light-absorbing compounds, found in photosynthetic organisms, that work in conjuction with chlorophyll a. They include other forms of this pigment, such as chlorophyll b in green algal and higher plant antennae, while other algae may contain chlorophyll c or d. In addition, there are many non-chlorophyll accessory pigments, such as carotenoids or phycobiliproteins which also absorb light and transfer that light energy to photosystem chlorophylls. Some of these accessory pigments, particularly the carotenoids, also serve to absorb and dissipate excess light energy, or work as antioxidants.
- 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.
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