color pigment

color pigment

1.A natural or synthetic pigment or stainer, usually iron or chromium oxides, added to either mortar or block concrete.
2.See pigment, 1.
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Caption: Above: DIANE TUFT, Reaching Out, De Quervain Havn, Greenland, 2016, Color pigment print, 40 x 60 inches
The Color Pigments Manufacturers Association (CPMA) and the Canadian Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association (CCTFA) collaborated to provide new information on safety of color pigment used in lipstick.
In addition, this latest generation color pigment technology significantly improves overall print permanence resulting in prints with exceptional ability to preserve the legacy of the artist.
The pigment should have bisphosphonic acid groups for complexing, and may be a carbon black or color pigment.
In addition, the course will cover inorganic color pigment chemistries and their uses.
The egg yolk binds color pigment, creating a ``soft, clean, luminous'' effect not seen so much today and replaced with modern paints.
Nearly three-quarters of color pigment demand in the US is consumed by three major markets: paints and coatings, printing inks and plastics.
The appeal of these novel paints to consumers ensures that they will attract an increasingly larger fraction of the color pigment market, estimated to be about $3.
Advanced Troysperse ZWD1 is especially effective for the preparation of aqueous color pigment concentrates utilizing organic color pigments.
NYSE: ROC), announces the introduction of a new generation of iron oxide color pigment fused with functional properties that respond to sunlight to enable surfaces to self-clean, reduce air pollutants and inhibit microbial growth.
His experience and knowledge will significantly strengthen the Trust Chem team and expand its capabilities to supply color pigment to the North American market.
For optimum color pigment efficiency, a Hegman grind of 6 (24 microns) or better is recommended.