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:Easy to prepare chemical pigments?
- Typical pigments: carbon black (charcoal) titanium dioxide red iron oxide white lead cadmium red cadmium orange cadmium yellow
- Q:What are the ingredients in MAC's pigments? (10pts)?
- Mac Pigment Ingredients
- Q:why light and pigments are different?
- A pigment is a material that changes the color of reflected or transmitted light as the result of wavelength-selective absorption. This physical process differs from fluorescence, phosphorescence, and other forms of luminescence, in which a material emits light. Many materials selectively absorb certain wavelengths of light. Materials that humans have chosen and developed for use as pigments usually have special properties that make them ideal for coloring other materials. A pigment must have a high tinting strength relative to the materials it colors. It must be stable in solid form at ambient temperatures. For industrial applications, as well as in the arts, permanence and stability are desirable properties. Pigments that are not permanent are called fugitive. Fugitive pigments fade over time, or with exposure to light, while some eventually blacken. Pigments are used for coloring paint, ink, plastic, fabric, cosmetics, food and other materials. Most pigments used in manufacturing and the visual arts are dry colourants, usually ground into a fine powder. This powder is added to a vehicle (or binder), a relatively neutral or colorless material that suspends the pigment and gives the paint its adhesion.
- Photons are the packets of energy that light delivers. Different colors of light have different amounts of energy in each of the light's photons. So, green light's photons have different amounts of energy from red light's photons. Different materials absorb different amounts of energy via photons very selectively. It has to do with the energy states of the molecules, and the electrons that are in the outer shell.
- Q:What are accesory pigments and why are they important?
- Accessory pigments, also called, Photosynthetic Pigments or Chloroplast pigments, are pigments which are present within the cell of a Chloroplast used to harvest a greater spectrum of light.y are colored compounds which absorb and transfer light energy to chlorophyll. Pigments are light-absorbing molecules. In addition to chlorophyll,other pigments, principally yellow and orange carotenoids, as well asother forms of chlorophyll, are also present in green plants. These molecules absorb light and then pass the energy to the chlorophyll and accessory pigments, like the carotenoids, enable the plants to use more ofthe light than is trapped by chlorophyll alone.
- Q:What are accessory pigments?
- Accessory Pigments
- Q:what are the types of pigments?
- INORGANIC PIGMENTS Oxides Chromates Sulphides Sulphoselenides Sulphates Silicates Ferrocyandies Carbonates Metallic Mixed Metal Oxides Vanadates ORGANIC PIGMENTS Organic pigments are generally categorized into six types : •Monoazo Pigments •Diazo Pigments •Acid and base dye Pigments •Phthalocyanine Pigments •Quinacridone Pigments •Other polycyclic Pigments if you want more detail: ORGANIC PIGMENTS: 1.AZO Pigments : Monoazo Yellow and Orange Pigments. Disazo Pigments. β-Naphthol Pigments. Naphthol AS Pigments (Naphthol Reds). Azo Pigment Lakes (Salt Type Pigments). Benzimidazolone Pigments. Disazo Condensation Pigments. Metal Complex Pigments. 2.POLYCYCLIC Pigments: Phthalocyanine Pigments. Quinacridone Pigments. Perylene and Perinone Pigments. Diketopyrrolo–Pyrrole (DPP) Pigments. Thioindigo Pigments. Isoindolinone and Isoindoline Pigments. 3. Anthraquinone Pigments. Anthrapyrimidine Pigments. Flavanthrone Pigments. Pyranthrone Pigments. Anthanthrone Pigments. 4. Dioxazine Pigments. Triarylcarbonium Pigments. Quinophthalone Pigments
- Q:Pigmented microorganism?
- So they can absorb different light frequencies to use for energy (from photosynthesis). Light travels in water according to the frequency (wavelength). So different pigmented organisms are able to exist in different environments, possibly reducing competition with other forms.
- Q:which pigments are involved?
- All photosynthetic organisms contain one or more organic pigments capable of absorbing visible radiation, which will initiate the photochemical reactions of photosynthesis. The three major classes of pigments found in plants and algae are the chlorophylls, the carotenoids and the phycobilins. Carotenoids and phycobilins are called accessory pigments since the quanta (packets of light) absorbed by these pigments can be transferred to chlorophyll. Chlorophylls chlorophyll a - present in all higher plants and algae chlorophyll b - present in all higher plants and green algae chlorophyll c - diatoms and brown algae chlorophyll d - red algae (chlorophyll a is present in all photosynthetic organisms that evolve O2.) Chlorophyll molecules contain a porphyrin 'head' and a phytol 'tail'. The polar (water-soluble) head is made up of a tetrapyrrole ring and a magnesium ion complexed with the nitrogen atoms of the ring. The phytol tail extends into the lipid layer of the thylakoid membrane. Carotenoids (carotenes and xanthophylls) Carotenes: -carotene - higher plants and most algae $-carotene - most plants some algae xanthophylls: luteol, fucoxanthol and violaxanthol Carotenoids contain a conjugated double bond system of the polyene type (C-C=C-C=C). Energy absorbed by carotenoids may be transferred to chlorophyll a for photosynthesis. Phycobilins (found mostly in red and blur-green algae): phycoerythrin phycocyanin allophycocyanin )
- Q:I want to do some work with native american indigenous pigments.?
- Pigments from the past came from rocks, minerals, plants, and other natural materials. Those things are all still available. You can take classes at some universities that teach how to make your own paints, or dry pigments. For native American pigments, you have to research which tribe used which colors. To be totally authentic you could visit the tribe of your choice and see if you can learn from them. Sticking to your own zip code will not net you much, usually.
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