Particular description Of Ultramarine Blue Laundry Grade :
alias:Sodium Alumino Sulphosilicate
ultramarine blue laundry grade Chemical
Molecular weight: 862.60578
ultramarine blue laundry grade Physical
properties:Non-Toxic, it is a safe pigment,Good ability for heat resistance,Light and weather resistance.
Other tech indexs:
Colour (Compared with standard sample)
Tinting Strength % (Compared with standard sample)
Solute in Water % ≤
Free Sulfur % ≤
Moisture (100+2°C) % ≤
Sieve Residue(325 mesh) % ≤
Oil Absorption %
Organic Tinting Material
8 - 10
Ultramarine blue laundry grade Usage:
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.
Ultramarin blue laundry grade Storage:
1.Be set to cool.dry and ventilated place .away from Fire source .
2. Sealed,Prevent from rain .sunlight and strong acis or alkali.
3.Lightly transport and protect from package damage.
Ultramarine blue laundry grade Packing:
25kgs / kraft paper bag(or as your requirements )
- Q:What is the difference between primary and accessory pigments?
- Color. Chlorophyll a is light green. The accessory pigments, chlorophyll b is olive green, the xanthophylls are yellow/brown, and the carotenes are red.
- Q:Plant Pigments And Biology?
- 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:can pigment ink be used to tattoo?
- Pigment ink? Tattoo ink is pigment ink. Printer ink is pigment ink. Crayola markers are pigment ink. It all comes down to what it's manufactured for and whom is doing the manufacturing. Reputable shops use certain brands of tattoo ink for a reason. Using something not made for the human body at all makes for an ugly tattoo and can cause infections or other problems seeing as nothing in it's manufacturing process is sanitary or compatible with use in skin.
- Q:What are the ingredients in MAC's pigments? (10pts)?
- Mac Pigment Ingredients
- 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:What does pigment mean?
- * PIGMENT [uncountable and countable] = a natural substance that makes skin, hair, plants etc a particular colour. ==> Melanin is the dark brown pigment of the hair, skin and eyes. ==> The artist Sandy Lee uses natural pigments in her work. ( Longman Dictionary ) * PIGMENT = the natural colouring matter of animal or plant tissue. ==> Carotenoid pigments are red, orange, or yellow. ( Oxford Dictionary ) * PIGMENT = a substance used for colouring or painting, especially a dry powder, which when mixed with oil, water, or another medium constitutes a paint or ink. ==> All the frescoes are painted with earth pigments ( Oxford Dictionary )
- 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:My MAC pigment is really chunky-like?
- Some pigments are just designed to be chunky. As the answer above said, definitely use fix+ or mixing mediums. water will not be good enough as it does not have that 'sticky' residue that both fix+ and mixing mediums have. Also, I find that having an eyeshadow base helps a lot - makes pigments a tad easier to blend. This may work or it may not, really depends on the individual pigment, and i've never used Frozen White before... BUT try breaking up the pigment chunks by using a plastic spatula (should be able to buy them in make up stores like Sephora). Literally, put some on the cap and then just crush it until it becomes finer. Hope this helps :)
- 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 an absorption spectrum of different pigments and the action spectrum of?
- Emission spectra is considered whilst a gas, as an occasion, is heated. The electrons of its atoms are excited and can ultimately substitute its potential point. this occasion being volatile, the electron ultimately returns to the preliminary state and emits a nicely-defined photon. In an absorption spectra the source of sunshine isn't the gas. An exterior source of white (or however variety you want) easy emits in direction of the gas you're utilising; on condition that the potential ranges are quantified on the atoms of the gas, the electrons of the atoms would be excited in basic terms whilst a photon of precise potential (akin to the potential difference between the electron's point and yet another one on the atom) arrives. hence, based on the gas, in basic terms nicely-defined photons would be absorbed, and the absorption spectra is then obtained.
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