lithopone


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lithopone

[′lith·ə‚pōn]
(materials)
A white pigment produced as a filtered, heated, quenched precipitate from reaction of barium sulfide and zinc sulfide; used as a pigment for paint, ink, filled leather, paper, linoleum, oilcloth, and cosmetics. Also known as Charlton white; Griffith's white; lithophone; Orr's white; zinc baryta white; zinc sulfide white.

lithopone

A white pigment consisting of zinc sulfide and barium sulfate, having moderate hiding power; high-strength lithopone contains a higher percentage of zinc sulfide.
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Tinting strength and hiding power of the pure types are double those of lithopone types and recommended for coloring film and sheet when minimum pigment content and maximum opacity are needed.
Pigments include full color range of high-heat, nonbleeding, no-plateout fluorescents; 6SSU Natural and GSS color series phosphorescent pigments: high brightness and extended afterglow LumiNova phosphorescent pigments; cadmium pigments for special engineering resins in a range of yellows, oranges, reds and maroons in both CP and lithopone forms; organic pigments such as Red Lake C, Red 2B, lithol rubines, diarylide yellows, and phthalocyanine blue and green.
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Other alternative white pigments include lithopone (a co-precipitate of barium sulfate and zinc oxide) and technical-grade zinc oxide.
Selected organic pigments, FDA-certified pigments and dyes for food, drug, and cosmetic packaging; heat- and light-resistant cadmium toners and lithopone pigments; and dry color matching in bulk and unit packaging.
Offers selected organic pigments, FDA-certified pigments and dyes for food, drug, and cosmetic packaging; heat- and light-resistant cadmium toners and lithopone pigments; and dry color matching in bulk and unit packaging.
Offers selected organic pigments; FDA-certified pigments and dyes for food, drug, and cosmetic packaging; high-heat and light-resistant cadmium loners and lithopone pigments; and dry color matching in bulk and unit packaging.
A complete line of cadmium toners and lithopone pigments offering high heat and light resistance.
Company also offers a full line of cadmium-pure and lithopone pigments.