Production Details Of Ultramarine Blue 462:
Color Blue 29：77007
Color Value&Tint Strength
Refer Standard:DIN 55986 (1981)
Use 1:2 Tio2 dilution and tinting strength parameter
matching color value
Relative tinting strength %
TDS Of Ultramarine Blue 462 :
Water solubles [%]
DIN EN ISO787 Part 3 (1995)
Residue on sieve（0.045mm）[%]
DIN 53195 (1990)
DIN EN ISO787 Part 9 (1995)
DIN 55913 (1972)
105℃ volatile matter [%]
DIN ENISO 787 Part 2 (1995)
Oil absorption [g/100g]
DIN EN ISO787 Part 5 (1995)
Package Of Ultramarine Blue 462 :
25 kg / Kraft bag , 20 MT /20 FCL . Or as your requirements .
Suggest Using Of Ultramarine Blue 462 :
Ultramarine Blue, PB(Pigment Blue) , is an inorganic pigments color. It is a sodium alumino-sulphosilicate. This pigment is the synthetic form of Lazurite. Compared with other blue pigment or dyes,
ultramarine blue has the advantages of clean and bright reddish blue shade.
- Q:what is pigment?
- In biology, a pigment is any material resulting in color of plant or animal cells. Many biological structures, such as skin, eyes, fur and hair contain pigments (such as melanin) in specialized cells called chromatophores. Many conditions affect the levels or nature of pigments in plant and animal cells. For instance, Albinism is a disorder affecting the level of melanin production in animals. Pigment color differs from structural colour in that it is the same for all viewing angles, whereas structural color is the result of selective reflection or iridescence, usually because of multilayer structures. For example, butterfly wings typically contain structural color, although many butterflies have cells that contain pigment as well.
- 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: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:PIGMENT: by MAC COSMETICS? What is it?
- 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:mac pigments?
- Mac okorder.com it's only $0.99 a for either kind for .06 oz, you just need to use a eye primer for the best color results ( same as mac when using primer see you tube videos on NYX vs MAC pigments for proof). Plus cherryculture has numerous other makeup brands for dirt cheap. Hope this helps. Also all pigments should be applied with a slightly damp brush and a primer for the hugest impact. Used alone they are sheer and end up all over your face. If brush is dampened with no primer used on the eye they work ok but you get a lot of creasing, and it still won't be that dramatic look you are wanting. I realized this after major internet searching and trial and error, because I was upset I paid so much for the HIP pigment and it just wasn't staying put nor was it showing up. So again hope this helps.
- Q:advantages of having accessory pigments?
- in leaves accesory pigments are important because chlorophyll the main plants pigment are easilly broken down by low temperature. if chlorophyll, the green pigmnet is broken down accesory pigments give the leaves its color, usually orange, yellow
- Q:What is the difference between primary and accessory pigments?
- primary pigments are the ones the electron involved in photosyn. goes to AFTER hitting the accessory pigs. in order to be sent to the electron transport chain. this is the case with photosystem 2 AND 1, they look like this: kvhs.nbed.nb.ca/gallant/biology/photosystem.jpg the green are accessory, and the blue is where the primary are. hope that helps...im a little rusty since i took AP bio last year.
- Q:How do scientists use a spectrophotometer to detemine the absortion spectrum of a pigment?
- A pigment molecule absorbs at specific wavelength(s), meaning that when light of a specific wavelength is incident to the molecule only certain wavelengths are absorbed while others are transmitted. The spectrophotometer emits monochromatic light (light of only one wavelength) which passes through the pigment molecule and a detector determines the amount of light that is either absorbed or transmitted by the sample. This is done at wavelengths from the UV (180-330 nm) to the visible (330-700 nm) and the light that is either transmitted or absorbed is detected by the spectrophotometer and is able to be graphed with absorbance representing the y-axis and wavelength representing the x-axis. The resultant graph will depict the absorption spectrum of that particular pigment molecule. Hope that helps.
- Q:compare and contrast the different pigments involved in photosynthesis?
- Q:what are ten names of natural pigments to make paint?
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