Product Details of Phthalocyanine Blue L6905F:
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 L6905F :
25kg/ kraft or PP bag , or as your requirements .
Application Of Phthalocyanine Blue L6905F :
1) Printing ink
6) Printing colors
7) Highly dispersible
8) High density pigment used for addition of coloration
9) Limited anti-dissolvent and anti-flocculability
10) High temperature resistance and sunshine resistance
- Q:How do I use pigments?
- You can go to a store that sells makeup and ask them how to use it. They will even show you.
- Q:does photosythesis requier pigment moulecuels?
- Photosynthesis requires Chlorophyll, which is composed of a mixture of pigments like chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b and xanthophyll. These pigments allow certain wavelengths of light to be used for photolysis, a required stage of the photosynthetic process.
- Q:What are leaf Pigments?
- Pigments that are present in the leaf that impart colour to the leaf are called leaf pigments. They are chemical compounds. Green colour in plants is due to Chlorophyll. Cholorophyll are also of different types Chlorophyll-A, Chlorophyll-B, Chlorophyll-C and Chlorophyll-D. Different colours are imparted to plants by different pigments. Some are Xanthophyll and Carotenoids.
- Q:Bright Eye Shadow Pigment?
- Check out GOSH Cosmetics. They have tons of colours, many of which are bright. Try the waterproof eyeshadows and the effect powders.
- 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:What are iridescent magnetic effect pigments?
- Iridescent okorder.com/... (really long explanation)
- 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:Explain light activation of pigments (absorption of light by pigments)?
- A pigment is a substance that imparts color by absorbing some frequencies of visible light but not others. For instance, there are a lot of substances that absorb ultraviolet light into the visible spectrum, in other words they also absorb plain violet light. Since they absorb violet light but reflect back the rest of light, they appear yellow. Purple pigments, on the other hand, are quite rare because they absorb purple light (which has the highest energy of visible light) and reflect back everything else. When anything absorbs a photon of electromagnetic radiation (light, x-rays, ultraviolet, infrared, microwaves, gamma rays, radio waves), it is activated which means that it takes the energy of the photon and goes to an energy state that is higher by the same amount of energy that was in the photon. At the molecular level, energy is quantized, meaning its restricted to particular states. For instance, vibrational energy corresponds to infrared light: there are only certain ways, called modes, that a molecule can vibrate in, if it can't vibrate in an appropriate mode, it can't absorb the infrared radiation that corresponds to being promoted to that mode. That's why substances can be transparent. At the higher energy state, the substance might be able to participate in chemical reactions that it would not be able to participate in in a lower state. That's usually what is meant by light activation. So a pigment that absorbs visible or UV light might become activated and react with something or react in ways that it wouldn't be able to in the dark.
- 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:Physics: Compare and contrast pigment color with the color seen from a light.?
- you notice pigments the colour you notice them, using fact they replicate a spectra of sunshine, with particular frequencies, and take up all others seen to the human eye. in case you combine distinctive monochromatic mild with distinctive colours (as seen on the television: purple, green and blue it quite is referred to as additive mixing, or magenta, yellow and cyanide that's the different technique) your retina will upload the colors up, and experience it as a distinctive shade. (by skill of including each and all of the three colours on an identical intensity, you are able to create white mild) while mixing pigments (they are chemical compounds) you get a clean cloth, which will replicate an different spectra of sunshine, which you will see as a shade
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