White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

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Lithopone(B301 B311)

1.well-used in paint-making, printing ink, plastics, leather, PVC
2.lithopone 28-30%  b311 b301
3.high quality
4.low price

Features:
1) A white pigment produced by precipitation through filtering,
heating and quenching works
2) Has mostly been replaced by titanium dioxide which is more
durable, but it is much cheaper

Applications:
1) Used as a base for lake pigment
2) Used as a inert pigment for paint, ink and cosmetics
3) A large range of applications in plastic industry
4) Used as a filler in paper, leather, and linoleum

English Name: Lithopone(B301 B311)

Item

Index

B301

B311

In terms of total zinc sulfide and barium sulfate the sum of% (m / m) ≥

99

99

The total amount of zinc (in zinc sulfide)% m / m) ≥

28

30

Zinc Oxide% (m / m)

0.6

0.3

105 °C Volatile% (m / m) ≤

0.3

0.3

Water soluble% (m / m) ≤

0.4

0.3

Filter material (63μm filter)% (m / m) ≤

0.1

0.1

Color (with standard sample)

Excellent

Excellent

Death by degrees to take liquid water

Neutral

Neutral

Oil Absorption g/100g

14

10

Reducing power (with standard sample)% ≥

105

105

Opacity (contrast ratio)

Not lower than 5%standerd sample

Not lower than 5%standerd sample

Properties: This product is a kind of new-style nontoxic. Green non-pollution, lithopone than traditional lithopone albedo high, hiding power, fineness and high-temperature weatherability, strong characteristic.

Uses: Widely used in coating, powder, plastic, profiles, paint, rubber, paper, and leather, etc.

Packing: 25 kg/50kg  P.P woven bag or with the clients’ request

 

 

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Q:What is a pigment molecule?
pigments are molecules that absorb electromagnetic radiation. For example, the chlorophyll pigment in plants absorbs blue and red light, which is why they reflect green light (since green is the color not absorbed). Another example is melanin, which is the pigment that darkens the skin of people. Melanin absorbs UV to protect the skin. A pigment molecule struck by EM radiation in the visible region may absorb some of the light depending on what pigment it is.
Q:What is a pigment?????????!?
Melanin (i /ˈmɛlənɪn/; Greek: μέλας, black) is a pigment that is ubiquitous in nature, being found in most organisms (spiders are one of the few groups in which it has not been detected). In animals melanin pigments are derivatives of the amino acid tyrosine. The most common form of biological melanin is eumelanin, a brown-black polymer of dihydroxyindole carboxylic acids, and their reduced forms. All melanins are derivatives of polyacetylene. The most common melanin – dopamelanin – is a mixed copolymer of polyacetylene, polyaniline, and polypyrrole. Another common form of melanin is pheomelanin, a red-brown polymer of benzothiazine units largely responsible for red hair and freckles. The presence of melanin in the archaea and bacteria kingdoms is an issue of ongoing debate among researchers in the field. The increased production of melanin in human skin is called melanogenesis. Production of melanin is stimulated by DNA damage induced by UVB-radiation,[1] and it leads to a delayed development of a tan. This melanogenesis-based tan takes more time to develop, but it is long lasting.[2] The photochemical properties of melanin make it an excellent photoprotectant. It absorbs harmful UV-radiation and transforms the energy into harmless heat through a process called ultrafast internal conversion. This property enables melanin to dissipate more than 99.9% of the absorbed UV radiation as heat[3] (see photoprotection). This prevents the indirect DNA damage that is responsible for the formation of malignant melanoma and other skin cancers. Albinism (from Latin albus, white; see extended etymology, also called achromia, achromasia, or achromatosis) is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes due to absence or defect of an enzyme involved in the production of melanin.
Q:In photosynthesis whats the difference between primary and accesory pigments?
yesterday
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?
use a good brush, apply little by little experiment with water remember MAC was made for taking model pictures there colors are strong and bold and not good for the skin because they were made solely to take pictures and have it pop out of the picture
Q:Why do algae contain pigments other than just chlorophyll?
To use other wavelengths to perform photosynthesis.
Q:what is pigment dispersion syndrome?
Pigment dispersion syndrome (PDS) is an affliction of the eye that, if left untreated, can lead a form of glaucoma known as pigmentary glaucoma. It takes place when pigment cells slough off from the back of the iris and float around in the aqueous humor. This is not what causes problems; however, if the pigment flakes clog the trabecular meshwork, preventing the liquids in the eye from draining, pressure can build up inside the eye. This pressure can cause permanent damage to the optic nerve. This condition is rare, but occurs most often in Caucasians, particularly men, and the age of onset is relatively low: mid 20s to 40s. Most sufferers are nearsighted. There is no cure as of yet, but PDS can be managed with eye drops or treated with simple surgeries. If caught early and treated, chances of glaucoma are greatly reduced. Sufferers are often advised not to engage in high-impact sports such as long-distance running or martial arts, as strong impacts can cause more pigment cells to slough off
Q:what are the types of pigments?
organic pigment and inorganic pigment
Q:Hello, where are pigments from? Are they from animals?
Most pigments for dyes and paints come from plants or minerals. What exactly do you need? The second part of your question about haram, needs some explanation, too.
Q:what are ten names of natural pigments to make paint?

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