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Color / Appearance
   Color / Appearance      Primary pigment is commonly composed of titanium dioxide.  The amount of primary pigment impacts greatly on the hiding capabilities of the paint film and UV protection.  Secondary pigments are pigments such as talc, silics, calcium carbonate, mica, etc., which have little impact on hiding.  They are basically used as fillers to help control viscosity, leveling, sheen, etc.
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   Aluminum       The colorant is aluminum. 
   Black       The colorant is black. 
   Blue       The colorant is blue. 
   Bronze       The colorant is bronze. 
   Brown       The colorant is brown. 
   Copper       The colorant is copper. 
   Gray       The colorant is gray. 
   Green       The colorant is green. 
   Metallic Flake       The colorant has metallic flakes for a metallic appearance. 
   Orange       The colorant is orange. 
   Pearlescent       The colorant is pearlescent. 
   Phosphorescent       The colorant is phosphorescent. 
   Photoluminescent       The color is photoluminescent; it glows in the dark. 
   Purple       The colorant is purple. 
   Red       The colorant is red. 
   Silver       The colorant is silver. 
   White       The colorant is white. 
   Yellow       The colorant is yellow. 
   Other       Other unlisted colors. 
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Type
   Type       
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   Acid Dyes       Acid dyes are anionic colorants that are characterized by substantiality for protein and polyamid fibers. Typically, they are applied from an acidic or neutral dye bath. 
   Aniline Dyes       Aniline (CAS #62-53-3) is a colorless to brown oily liquid with an aromatic, pungent odor. It is used in the manufacturing of resins, varnishes, perfumes, printing inks, cloth marking inks, paint removers, photographic chemicals, explosives, herbicides, fungicides, rigid polyurethanes, optical whitening agents, and shoe blacks. It is used as a solvent, and as a chemical intermediate for rubber processing, accelerators, corrosion inhibitors, dyes and pigments, specialty resins, cyclohexylamine, hydroquinine, pesticides such as alachlor, pharmaceuticals such as sulfonamides, 4-anilinophenol, and methylenediisocyanate. 
   Azo Dyes       Azo dyes are the largest group of dyes, with –N=N– as a chromophore, in aromatic systems. Depending on the number of azo groups present, products are called monazo, disazo, trisazo, tetrakisazo and polyazo dyes. Diazotisation of a primary amine in the presence of HCl + NaNo2 at a freezing temperature produces a diazonium salt which, in turn, is coupled with aromatic compounds to produce an azo dye. There are over one thousand types of azo dyes. These products represent the most important commercial class of synthetic coloring compounds. They have a variety of applications and include lake dyes. 
   Anthraquinone Dyes       The basic unit for this class of products is anthraquinone. Anthraquinone is faint yellow in color, sufficient for use as a dye, but cannot be classified as a dye. The introduction of hydroxyl and amino groups provides a wide range of colors. Dyes containing an anthraquinone unit belong to mordant, disperse and vat dyes. The quinonoid system acts as a chromophore. Anthraquinone dyes have excellent fastness properties. 
   Direct / Substantive Dyes       Direct or substantive dyes are anionic dyes with substantivity for cellulosic fibers. Normally, they are applied from an aqueous dye bath that contains an electrolyte. 
   Disperse Dyes       Disperse dyes are generally used to dye cellulose acetate, nylon and other hydrophobic fibers. They are also known as acetate dyes. Sulphoricin oleic acid (SAR) is used as the dispersing agent. Dispersal and cellitoin are the important dispersing agents. 
   Fluorescent Dyes       Dye that absorbs light at one wavelength and responds by emitting light at another wavelength; the emitted light is of longer wavelength (and hence of lower energy) than the light absorbed. 
   Laser Dyes       Laser dyes are a lasing medium composed of complex fluorescent organic dyes dissolved in organic solvents. 
   Reactive Dyes       There are three main types of reactive dyes: procion dyes, remazol (sulphone dyes), and disperse dyes. 
   Solvent Dyes       Solvent dyes provide color by dissolving in the target material, which is invariably a lipid or non-polar solvent. 
   Sulfur Dyes       Water-insoluble dyes contain sulfur both as an integral part of the chromophore and in attached polysulfide chains.  They are normally applied in an alkaline-soluble reduced form, from a sodium sulfide solution, and subsequently oxidized to the insoluble form in the fiber. 
   Other       Other unlisted dye types. 
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Properties
   Occurrence       
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   Natural       Natural dyes and pigments are refined from native ores and earths by physical and chemical treatments, which convert these crude coloring matters into improved pigments with the desirable color and pigment properties. 
   Synthetic       Chemical reactions and processes make synthetics from raw materials, which are not in themselves pigments. 
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   Composition       
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   Organic       Organic pigments refer to a wide range of chemical families and covers a wide spectrum of properties. They are used mainly for applications requiring high tinting strength and brilliant shades. Organic pigments contain carbon. 
   Inorganic       Inorganic pigments are useful mainly where high opacity is needed. Inorganic pigments do not contain carbon. 
   Solvent-based       Colorants are solvent-based. They primarily contain volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) as the carrier. 
   Water Soluble       Colorants contain mostly water as the solvent, but may also contain chemicals such as glycol ethers, alcohols and other water-soluble volatile organic chemicals (VOCs). 
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   Form       
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   Dry Powder       Traditionally, pigments are supplied as dry powders or granules to producers of inks and coatings. Dry powder pigment offers the widest possible choice of grades available. Consequently, it allows the formulator a high degree of flexibility. 
   Liquid / Paste Dispersion       Products are dispersions of pigments that contain organic or waterborne solvents and diluents. These dispersions can be free-flowing pourable liquids or high-viscosity pastes, depending on the composition. Depending on the specified end use, they may contain resins, additives, or surfactants. Due to their fully dispersed nature, this family of dispersions is incorporated readily by means of simple, low energy mixing equipment requiring no additional dispersion. 
   Other       Other unlisted dispersion types. 
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Physical Specifications
   Oil Absorption       As the size of pigment particles gets smaller, the surface area becomes larger. As a result, the paint needs larger amounts of binder to wet each of the pigment particles. The amount of oil that is required to make paint with a pigment is called oil absorption. The oil absorption of a pigment is dependent on the size of the particle as well as the various physical and chemical properties of the pigment, and also the binder. 
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   pH       The potential hydrogen (pH) of the colorant. 
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   Maximum Wavelength       The maximum wavelength that dyes can excite / absorb. 
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Application
   Application       
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   Adhesives       The colorant is used to impart color to adhesives. 
   Art Materials       The colorant is used to impart color to art materials, for example, crayons. 
   Ceramics       The colorant is used to impart color to ceramics. 
   Concrete       The colorant is used to impart color to concrete. 
   Cosmetics / Soap       The colorant is used to impart color to cosmetics and soap products. 
   Fibers and Textiles       The colorant is used to impart color to fibers and textiles. 
   Food and Beverages       These pigments include products meant to go directly into foods and beverages, as well as those for the packaging that comes into contact with those items. 
   Glass       The colorant is used to impart color to glass. 
   Grease / Lubricant       The colorant is used to impart color to greases and lubricants. 
   Inks       The colorant is used to impart color to ink. 
   Leather, Fur, Feathers       The colorant is used to impart color to leather, fur, and feathers. 
   Medical / Biomedical       The colorant is designed for medical or biomedical applications such as tissue staining. 
   Paints and Coatings       The colorant is used to impart color to paints and other coatings. 
   Paper / Paperboard       The colorant is used to impart color to paper and paper products. 
   Photography       The colorant is used to impart color to photographic materials. 
   Plastics and Polymers       The colorant is used to impart color to plastics and other polymers. 
   Rubber       The colorant is used to impart color to rubber. 
   Wax / Candle       The colorant is used to impart color to waxes and candles. 
   Wood       The colorant is used to impart color to wood and wood products. 
   Other       Other unlisted application types. 
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Features
   UV Stable?       The colorant will not fade under UV radiation. 
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   Bleed Resistant?       The colorant will not migrate or bleed from a base coating into another coating or top coat. 
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   Conductive?       The colorant can conduct electricity. 
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   Heat Resistant?       The colorant is heat resistive. 
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   Weather Resistant?       For outdoor applications, pigments used for coloring should be selected for their weather resistance characteristics. This is separate from the pigment's lightfastness characteristic. Weather resistant pigments are usually lightfast, but the reverse is not always the case. 
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