High Density Black&White Masterbatch Special-purpose color Masterbatch

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1000000 kg/month

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Application: Injection & Extruding moulding

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Application & Features

This series of products use PP as the substrate. lt has characteristics such as Easy coloring,Non-toxic,Tasteless,weathering strong,No leakage and migration.There will be No bubble and pocking mark while producing,meanwhile,it enhance pipes stiffness and toughness.

 

Technical Specification 

General Information

Product Name 

:

High Density Black&White Masterbatch

Physical and Chemical Specification 

Packaging 

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Unit Kraft bag 

Carrier Resin 

:

PE

Melting Temperature 

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> 100° C

Appearance 

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Uniform granule     

Light Fastness 

:

5(ISO Blue Wool Scale)

Heat Stability 

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240 ° C 

Application 

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Injection & Extruding moulding   ,

Letdown Rate 

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2 % ~ 4%

Color difference 

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ΔE<0.3 0.3

MFI(ASTM D-1238,190°C,2.16kg)

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21± 5 grams/ 10 minutes

Moisture(ASTM-4019) 

:

0.5 %

Granule count/gram 

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30-50 

Granule length (L) 

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2.5 – 3.5 mm

Granule diameter (D) 

:

2 – 3 mm

 

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Q:Is gel food coloring a pigment or a dye?
Dyes contain pigments, my friend. What is a pigment? They are like little beads. Very very tiny beads of the same color. Then if you spread these out, they give the thing a color. For example, the little green beads in leaves give it a green color. Pigment in our hair gives it a blonde/auburn/brown/black color. What is a dye? A dye is a liquid made up of water and pigments. The pigments are dissolved in water (well not really dissolve just that you cant see the beads) so that it's easier for us to use it. Everything that has a color is made up of pigments. So, gel food coloring is a thicker version of a dye that contains pigments.
Q:What exactly are pigments?
its a loose eyeshadow. you can press pigments and make them like eyeshadows [using 91% alcohol and pressing them.. look up youtube] pigments are loose powders that can be used just as they are.. or used foil which means you use them wet.. adding water or MAC fix plus on the brush or lid of the pigment. make sure not to spray the water in the whole pigment tho lol so they are pretty much just loose eyeshadows/powders
Q:how to prepare coloured pigments?
Pigment does not might desire to do with pores and skin inevitably, a paint could be tinted with a pigment. curiously it is likewise a dry colorant, many times an insoluble powder. pores and skin colour is set by using the quantity of melanin in one's pores and skin, relative to ranges of exposure to the sunlight.
Q:Separation of plant pigments?
Separation of plant pigments using chromatography. Paper chromatography is a useful technique in the separation and identification of different plant pigments. In this technique, the mixture containing the pigments to be separated is first applied as a spot or a line to the paper about 1.5 cm from the bottom edge of the paper. The paper is then placed in a container with the tip of the paper touching the solvent. Solvent is absorbed by the chromatographic paper and moved up the paper by capillary action. As the solvent crosses the area containing plant pigment extract, the pigments dissolve in and move with the solvent. The solvent carries the dissolved pigments as it moves up the paper. The pigments are carried along at different rates because they are not equally soluble. Therefore, the less soluble pigments will move slower up the paper than the more soluble pigments. This is known as developing a chromatogram.
Q:How do scientists use a spectrophotometer to detemine the absortion spectrum of a pigment?
A pigment molecule absorbs at specific wavelength(s), meaning that when light of a specific wavelength is incident to the molecule only certain wavelengths are absorbed while others are transmitted. The spectrophotometer emits monochromatic light (light of only one wavelength) which passes through the pigment molecule and a detector determines the amount of light that is either absorbed or transmitted by the sample. This is done at wavelengths from the UV (180-330 nm) to the visible (330-700 nm) and the light that is either transmitted or absorbed is detected by the spectrophotometer and is able to be graphed with absorbance representing the y-axis and wavelength representing the x-axis. The resultant graph will depict the absorption spectrum of that particular pigment molecule. Hope that helps.
Q:What are leaf Pigments?
Pigments that are present in the leaf that impart colour to the leaf are called leaf pigments. They are chemical compounds. Green colour in plants is due to Chlorophyll. Cholorophyll are also of different types Chlorophyll-A, Chlorophyll-B, Chlorophyll-C and Chlorophyll-D. Different colours are imparted to plants by different pigments. Some are Xanthophyll and Carotenoids.
Q:does photosythesis requier pigment moulecuels?
Photosynthesis requires Chlorophyll, which is composed of a mixture of pigments like chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b and xanthophyll. These pigments allow certain wavelengths of light to be used for photolysis, a required stage of the photosynthetic process.
Q:what are three main families of pigments in plants?
Q:Why do algae contain pigments other than just chlorophyll?
they stay underwater...the water swollows easy in a definite sequence, so the deeper they stay the greater distinctive is the easy and that they elect different pigments than landplants.
Q:thinking about the main role of pigments in photosynthesis...? explain how the pigments in colored objects suc?
photosynthetic pigment or antenna pigment is a pigment that is present in chloroplasts or photosynthetic bacteria and captures the light energy necessary for photosynthesis. Green plants have five closely-related photosynthetic pigments (in order of increasing polarity): Carotene - an orange pigment Xanthophyll - a yellow pigment Chlorophyll a - a blue-green pigment Chlorophyll b - a yellow-green pigment Phaeophytin a[1] - a gray-brown pigment Phaeophytin b[1] - a yellow-brown pigment Chlorophyll a is the most common of the six, present in every plant that performs photosynthesis. The reason that there are so many pigments is that each absorbs light more efficiently in a different part of the spectrum. Chlorophyll a absorbs well at a wavelength of about 400-450 nm and at 650-700 nm; chlorophyll b at 450-500 nm and at 600-650 nm. Xanthophyll absorbs well at 400-530 nm. However, none of the pigments absorbs well in the green-yellow region, which is responsible for the abundant green we see in nature.

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