fluorescent pigment

fluorescent pigment

[flu̇¦res·ənt ′pig·mənt]
(chemistry)
A pigment capable of absorbing both visible and nonvisible electromagnetic radiations and releasing them quickly as energy of desired wavelength; examples are zinc sulfide or cadmium sulfide.
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He brings a rich history of fluorescent pigment sales, previously with Magruder/ Radiant, including 25 years of service as a lab technician, customer service manager, and New England account manager.
Fundus autofluorescence (FAF) imaging generates an image based on the distribution pattern of the fluorescent pigment lipofuscin.
DayGlo said it continues to strive to bring innovative and safe fluorescent pigment choices that deliver high performance and the same DayGlo brightness that users have trusted for more than 70 years.
Because of product's sharp cutoff below 350 nm, it does not inhibit fluorescent pigment at lower wavelengths.
In a further experiment, he mixed two droplets of liquid with different pH values, one alkaline and the other acidic; the resulting droplet contained a fluorescent pigment that glows only at a neutral pH value.
The colored scales on the wings' top surfaces contain a fluorescent pigment that absorbs violet and ultraviolet light and reemits it at a longer wavelength.
The magnetic powders are available either colored with bright dye or treated with a fluorescent pigment.
Daylight fluorescent pigment manufacturer Brilliant Group, Inc.
Brilliant was founded to serve the needs of industrial users of fluorescent pigment around the globe.
Even in this economic climate, some new pigment companies emerged: Brilliant Group, LLC entered the fluorescent pigment market, while Trust Chem USA was launched in the U.
Day-Glo Color introduced Gloprill, a fluorescent pigment said to exhibit unsurpassed plateout resistance in polyolefins.
has been awarded a patent for a resin based fluorescent paint for marking items comprised of a polyurethane resin present in a concentration of approximately 55% to 65% weight of the paint; a solvent for and compatible with the resin present in a concentration of 5% to 10% weight of the paint; a gelative additive present in a concentration of 1 % to 5% weight of the paint; a rheological additive present in a concentration of 1% to 5% weight of the paint; an anti-skinning additive present in a concentration of 1% to 5% weight of the paint; a fluorescent pigment present in a concentration of 20% to 30% weight of the paint; a synthetic drier in a concentration of less than 1 % weight of the paint; and a wetting agent in a concentration of less than 1% weight of the paint.

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