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)
Packing of Ultramarine Blue :
25kg/ Kraft Bag , 20 MT/ 20 FCL or as your requirements .
Using Of Ultramarine Blue 462 :
whidely used in paint, ink, paper making, printing and dyeing textile, culture and education,
architecture, rubber, plastic, cosmetics, food and other industries and can be used as colorant,
brightener and color matching agent, etc.
- 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:What is a pigment?
- then she is natural coz she is not using any substances to colour or paint....
- Q:what is the function of pigment molecules in photosynthesis?
- WELL to be exact cuvette 2: to observe the role of photosynthesis with chromatin cuvette 3: to observe the role of photosynthesis with UV rays cuvette 4: to observe the stability of the chloroplasts cuvette 5: to observe the reaction of the H2O synthesis
- Q:What is the difference between a pigmented eyeshadow and a non - pigmented one?
- Pigment is the amount of saturated color that will come up when you touch the eye-shadow with your finger (or apply it with a brush) A poorly pigmented dark purple eye shadow may leave only a soft wash of sheer lavender pigment on the eye, and it may require you to apply several layers to achieve a color similar to how the shadow looks in the pan. A highly pigmented shadow has great color payoff, and looks (on the eyes) the same as it does in the pan, and doesn't require lots of packing on the color. Highly pigmented eye shadows are preferred by most people because they are quicker, and easier to work with and stand out. Poorly pigmented eye shadows, however, may be great for younger girls who are just starting to wear makeup, girls with very fair skin, or people who like Subtle makeup An example of poorly pigmented eye-shadow would be the Color Workshop palettes often sold at drugstores around Christmas, they are fine for beginners, but for people who want dramatic makeup they will not be able to achieve the look with shadows of this quality. Wet n wild 3 pan palettes, and most of the 8 pan palettes are very pigmented, as are L'Oreal infallable eyeshadow-pots, MAC eyeshadows, urban decay eye-shadows and most of the higher end shadow brands. Some eye-shadows targeted towards older women, such as Elizabeth Arden, although pricey, lack pigmentation.
- Q:How do you use pigments?
- You can use Pigments for multiple things, eyes, cheeks and lips. -Eyes: With your clean fingers or with a small eyeshadow brush apply the pigment gently to your lids. If its a light color like white, apply it on the inner corner and under the brows. If its darker, like dark brown, apply it on the crease. You can also use it to line your eyes, I like to mix pigments with some moisturizer and with a really thin brush line my eyes. If its a matte pigment (with no shimmer or glitter) you can use it to fill in your brows. Lastly, you can use it on your lashes! I use some hair gel or clear mascara and I mix it with some pigments, I apply it with my finger or with an old mascara wand :) -Cheeks: Use it as a blush if its a pink, red, orange or coral color. Apply a small amount with a blush brush onto the apples of your cheeks. If its a white, very light brown or pink, use it as a highlighter. Apply with a small brush under you undereye area. If its a darker brown, use it as a bronzer or conturing powder. -Lips: Mix pigments with vaseline, olive oil or clear lipbalm to get a tinted gloss. If you want more precision, use a small brush to apply it. As you can see, Its all about the brush you use!! Hope it helped :)
- Q:Oil paint: what's the pigment, binder, and vehicle?
- Pigment is color in powder form. An example is lamp black; it was first made from the soot of kerosene lamps ground fine. Binder is a substance used to hold pigment together and make it adhere; in the previous example, linseed oil would be the binder for the lamp black pigment. Vehicle is a medium acting as a solvent, carrier, or binder for paint; turpentine or mineral spirits would be a vehicle but so would linseed oil as well to help dilute the paint and help it cover a large area. Hope that helps and thanx.
- Q:what are three main families of pigments in plants?
- 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:What are accessory pigments?
- Accessory Pigments
- Q:what is one reason why plants have accessory pigment molecules like chlorophyll b and carotenoids?
- Chlorophyll actually speaking does'nt give the green color to the plant.It reflects the green wavelength and hence the green color.There are other pigments present in the leaf like chlorophyll a , chlorophyll b,c,d and e.Chlorophyll a is the primary pigment.It reflects the green,red and blue wavelength.It consitutes the reaction center in the chloroplasts which absorbs all the light incident on the leaf which in turn facilitates photosynthesis.Then there is Xanthophyll and carotene.Xanthophyll is orange yellow in color.Carotene is orange in color.Xanthophyll and Carotene are called as the accessory pigments present in the leaf.They reflect the blue, red and violet wavelength.I hope this info is sufficient.
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