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  • noun

Synonyms for colorant

something that imparts color

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Several factors in the composition of the colourant, the flux environment and the firing complicate their successful use.
With competition focussed on price, driven by masterbatchers and plastic producers, price erosion of colourants has occurred.
Neither of these byproducts should pose a significant problem for most colourations, since cobalt colourants are extremely potent and used in relatively small amounts, unless the cobalt colourant is extremely impure.
Carbon black is widely used as a colourant in food contact packaging because it provides a contrasting background and allows the colours of food to stand out.
de), a pioneer in the lecithin market; the group's product range now extends from a number of different lecithin products through high quality MCT oils to the natural colourant, red palm oil, and spray-dried coconut milk powder.
SymColor[R] colourant foods are derived from natural raw materials such as grapes, hibiscus, tomatoes, beets and other plants.
Pink varieties can be turned blue by treating them with hydrangea colourant.
Sudan 1, a red dye, was made illegal as a food colourant in 2003, yet it was added to imported chilli powder that was used to make Worcester sauce, which was used as a flavouring in the manufacture of more than 400 supermarket and top-brand products.
They flower when most other deciduous shrubs have given their best and if you add colourant during the season you can turn the naturally pink flowers into pretty shades of blue.
The Snapshots report gives an instant overview of the US hair colourant market and covers hair colorants for men and women.
In addition, there are many variables that make up colourant conditions - is the sample flat or curved, glossy or matte-finished, smooth or textured?
The group's product range now extends from a number of different lecithin products through high-quality MCT oils to the natural colourant, red palm oil, and spray-dried coconut milk powder.
Rather than relying on dangerous nails and razor blades treat plants with a hydrangea colourant or feed with Sequestrene.
Mrs Devi, aged 38, died within 45 minutes of using the Movida colourant which she had bought at a pharmacy owned by her husband, Kapil Rajja.
The Snapshots report gives an instant overview of the Australian hair colourant market and covers total permanent, total tone-to-tone, total blonding, total semi-permanent, total highlight kits and total temporary .