thermochromism

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thermochromism

[‚thər·mə′krō‚miz·əm]
(physics)
A reversible change in the color of a substance as its temperature is varied.
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Our thermochromic inks are available in more pastel-type colors; so light backgrounds work best, while the bichromic effect shows best when printed over a dark background.
Tenders are invited for Tamper proof prescription blanks, printed one side, carbonless, tamper proof paper (chemically treated, blue watermark feature, warning band, void pantograph, thermochromic ink.
The front panel used ink over foil embossed with a thermochromic ink accent.
These security features include the Delaware Security Prescription watermark, chemical protection paper, preprinted prescriber information, consecutive numbering, Rx thermochromic ink, microprinting in the signature line, and blue background with scallop VOID pantograph.
Discovering that counterfeiters were printing their own receipts and presenting them for cash, the company eventually turned to thermochromic ink.
A label tag was incorporated using thermochromic ink that turns blue when the wine has been chilled to the proper temperature.
CTI invented both how to apply thermochromic ink at high speeds to cans and the chemistry behind Coors Light's cold refreshment guarantee: When the Mountains Turn Blue, It's As Cold as the Rockies
During November and December 2012, labels on Fanta Orange bottles contained thermochromic ink which revealed a challenge to consumers to perform a "Funstigator" task such as "High-five someone wearing orange," "Pretend you're a ninja" or "Do the robot.