bismuth oxychloride


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bismuth oxychloride

[′biz·məth ‚äk·sē′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
BiOCl A white powder; insoluble in water, soluble in acid; a toxic material if ingested; used in pigments and cosmetics.
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00 Phase C Mica (and) bismuth oxychloride (and) iron oxides 3.
The radiopaque fillers chosen for this experiment were barium sulfate, bismuth subcarbonate, bismuth oxychloride, and tungsten.
No bismuth oxychloride or talc has been added to any of our products.
Get made-over Organic make-up is a must, Afterglow Cosmetics, based in Talbot Green, focus on offering the most natural colour cosmetics on the market, free of many of the synthetics, preservatives, bismuth oxychloride, petro-chemical, dyes and fillers found in traditional cosmetics.
Merck has effect pigment brands based on natural mineral mica, calcium aluminium borosilicate, silicon dioxide, aluminium oxide and bismuth oxychloride.
Its briefing notes add: "Alusion particles compete with talc, mica, bismuth oxychloride and hexagonal boron nitride.
In addition we offer our newly redeveloped product line of bismuth oxychloride pigments known as Biflair[R].
Bismuth oxychloride pearl pigments are often used in cast polyester buttons for brilliance and luster.
With a firm dedication to ensuring that every product be as pure, natural, and organic as possible, Menzies made sure that each piece in the Everyday Minerals collection be vegan and cruelty free, as well as free of fragrance, dyes, bismuth oxychloride, carmine, parabens, and all of the other nasty ingredients popular in the leading makeup brands.
Engelhard's portfolio includes products such as Mearlite UWQ bismuth oxychloride pigment for interior water-based coatings, which meets more stringent requirements against VOCs, while delivering excellent aesthetics and performance.
Also, for the plastics, inks and coatings industry is our newly redeveloped product line of bismuth oxychloride pigments known as Biflair[R].