Product Details Of Ultramarine Blue :
Usage Of Ultramarine Blue :
Used in tinting applications of blue paint, rubber, plastic printing, ink, paper, papermaking, soap,and beautification on ancient architecture.
TDS OF Ultramarine Blue :
100 +/- 5%
Water Soluble Matter
(105 +/- 2)
Moisture (105 +/- 2)
Residue (325 Mesh)
6.5 - 7.5
25 - 45 %
Packing Of Ultramarine Blue :
25kg/ bag , 20 MT / 20 FCL or as your requirements .
- Q:In photosynthesis whats the difference between primary and accesory pigments?
- I think the primary pigment is/are the pigment(s) that lose the powered-up electrons. In plants this is typically chlorophyll a. The accessory pigments pass energy along to the photosystems, but (I think) do not themselves lose electrons.
- 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:whats pigment?
- Q:how exactly do pigments in a plant work?
- How Pigments Work
- Q:Pls Help,<Mac Pigment> How to Apply?
- With the pigment you have many options to apply them. In my experience I have learned three primary ways that work well. 1) If you are looking to use as a shadow apply a base such as a lid primer or a paint, then apply the pigment using little pigment, it is always easier to build up the color than it is to take away. 2) If you want the color to be darker and have more dramatic impact use the pigment with mixing medium or water and apply carefully with a brush using little amounts. 3) I like to use the pigments as eyeliner, to do that I either apply just using a brush, using mixed with water/medium or on top of black eyeliner. By using a base your color lasts longer and it gives you a smoother application. Also to deal with the stuff that drops on your cheeks my hints are either do your eyes first and use a makeup remover wipe to take it away or use your powder apply it using a brush heavily up under your eyes and then when done with eye makeup dust the powder and pigments away. I know the second option looks weird but it does work. Also if you ever do apply pigments and they start to go to dark or look a bit patchy try applying a eyeshadow over them not only to change the color but also to change the look of the eyeshadow texture. Hope this helps.
- Q:do all leaves extract contain the same pigments??why?
- Absolutely not. Leaf pigments, just to name a few, may include chlorophyll, carotenes, lutein, anthocyanins. Not only will pigment content vary between plant species, but pigment content will vary in individual plants seasonally.
- Q:does photosythesis requier pigment moulecuels?
- Pigments are needed, because they absorb the energy from the light. Different chlorophylls absorb different wavelengths. When pigment absorbs the photon, it releases an electron, which is used in photosynthesis as energy. Without pigment the light would just past through or reflect and no energy would be left to the cell to be turned into sugar.
- Q:Drosophila Eye Pigments?
- Man pigments determine the colour of the eye. If the composition of pigments is same in all the flies,how can the colour in which their eyes look differ?isn't this a contradiction?i suspect the accuracy of The chromatography test because even a very very slight change in the amount of pigment can significantly change the colour. The phenotype is always different in mutants due to different genotype. in genotype is taken for granted if a change in phenotype is present. Wait just got over into a nice point. Sometimes even if the pigment composition being same different colours m8 be produced due to different allotropes or iro of the same pigment might have different colours!though allotropes(not isomers) have same composition but differ in,their post translational changes r different.since post translational changes r indirectly influenced by genes.this completely explains this case.
- Q:what looks good with mac melon pigment?
- With the Melon pigment, I would recommend using warm, chocolate copper, bronze types of colors. It will provide a nice contrast to the melon while giving your eyes some added depth and definition. As far as brushes go, I like using the 252, large shader brush. This brush picks up pigment nicely and it has nice compressed/dense bristles so you can manipulate and lay the pigment down with greater ease. I like the #286 The dual fiber blending brush for pigments as well. It's made of natural fiber and synthetic fiber. This is a great brush because you really get 2 brushes in 1. With this 'blending' brush you can also use it for targeted color deposits and the synthetic fibers won't suck up what you just laid down and you will get a flawless, beautifully blended eyeshadow application.
- Q:What is color and how are pigments made?
- Pigments selectively reflect and absorb specific wavelengths in the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum, which is roughly between 400 and 800 nm wavelength. When visible light is incident on a pigment parts of the spectrum are absorbed by certain chemical bonds that are found in conjugated systems or other components of the pigment, known as chromophores or colour centres. Other wavelengths or parts of the spectrum are reflected or scattered. Many pigments are charge-transfer complexes, such as transition metal compounds, but there are others that are organometallic compounds. These have wide light absorption bands that subtract most of the colours of the incident white light. The resulting reflected light spectrum creates the appearance of a colour. The difference between a pigment and a dye is that a pigment is insoluble in the substance that it is used to colour, therfore what you actually end up with is a suspension (e.g. blue pigment in polyethylene), whereas a dye soluble in a carrier so you end up with a solution of the dye, and the solvated dye molecules have an affinity to the surface of the substance that they are being used to colour (fabric dye molecules adsorb to the surfaces of the fibres that make up the fabric).
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