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something that imparts color

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His experiments covered all sorts Of pigments, such as lamp-blacks, tars, carbonized vegetable matters, soots of oils and fats, and the various carbonized animal substances.
Different shades of black pigments were brushed on it.
juice of mulberries; Pigment was a sweet and rich liquor, composed
Hanging obliquely from his girdle by a loop of sinnate was a richly decorated pipe; the slender reed forming its stem was coloured with a red pigment, and round it, as well as the idol-bowl, fluttered little streamers of the thinnest tappa.
They were the only parts of his face that showed any life or expression, the pigment upon it was so thick.
After an intensive testing phase, the Inorganic Pigments (IPG) business unit has successfully concluded the market introduction of its New Red pigments, manufactured by the Ningbo Process.
Extensive testing has confirmed that the New Red pigments meet the high standards of the Bayferrox brand.
Inorganic Pigments (IPG) business unit recently hosted its annual Bayferrox Color Workshop in Pittsburgh for North American concrete producers.
com)-- The most important sales market for pigments is the production of paints and varnishes which accounts for 45% of total demand.
Pigments are not readily dispersible in liquid vehicles and require dispersants.
BASF will form a global business unit (GBU) combining all of its pigments activities effective January 2016.
For formulators, understanding the differences between pigment families is important when selecting the pigments suitable for paints.
High performance" pigments are organic and inorganic pigments that exhibit enhanced durability, most importantly in terms of resistance to visible and ultraviolet radiation, but also in terms of heat stability and chemical resistance.
Three new pigments for packaging and other applications are said to offer increased strength and reduced formulation costs.
Some leaves begin to look yellow or orange because they still contain pigments called carotenoids.