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opaque

1. not transmitting radiant energy, such as electromagnetic or corpuscular radiation, or sound
2. Photog an opaque pigment used to block out particular areas on a negative

opaque

Impervious to the transmission of visible light.
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Opaque polymers are used in various emulsion paint formulations.
Labelite--Water-based flexographic inks available in process colors, Pantone colors and opaque white for tag and label applications.
Compared with the transparent famille verte enamels of the previous period, this new opaque palette could be fired at a lower temperature and had a wider colour range.
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White cells are round or oval which form smooth colonies that hardly be dyed by phloxine B, while opaque cells are long shaped which form rough colonies that can be dyed into pink by phloxine B.
Steamie Most agreed if there is an R in the month, black opaques are de rigueur as most of us remember thin nasty tights in "flesh" colours that made your legs look like something hanging on a butcher's hook.
Furthermore, different from the previous studies, which concentrated on the mechanism of stress oscillation formation, this article investigated the differentiation between transparent and opaque bands.
OPTISCREEN SR-X55004 is an untinted opaque white (without colouring).
Opaque polymer is a synthetic white pigment that independently scatters light.
A new reformulation tool from Dow Coating Materials is helping paint formulators and the coatings industry find new and improved opportunities to save on TiO2 with Ropaque Opaque Polymer replacement.