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Know about Organic and Inorganic Pigments
The pigments are commonly incorporated by a physical mixing with a medium, as well as it is a
feature that differentiates pigments from dyes. They are
divided into either inorganic or organic. The organic pigment
is entirely based on both the carbon rings and carbon chains.
Though, these kinds of pigments also consist of metallic
elements which aid in stabilizing the features and properties of
every organic component. They refer to the colored materials
which are made by using organic compounds including
pigment properties. It does not include any affinity to colored
substances. Along with this, they also have small solubility
features in organic solvent and water. They have a range of
pigment features including sunshine-resistant, acid, resistant,
flooding resistant, heat resistant, organic solvents resistant and
much more. They are widely used in the coloring of rubber
products, paints, inks, plastic products, coating printing size and much more.
Wide applications
Few properties of these pigments like excellent dispersion property, increasing tinting strength and
bright color. The inorganic pigment is another kind of pigments that are not actually based on carbon.
They are the metallic salts which are precipitated from the solutions. The precipitated and dried
pigment is various forms
that are used immediately. The
particle size of these
pigments is very close to the
optimum than those of the
organic pigments that tend to be
very lower. It is the main
reason why the organic pigments
are actually considered
transparent as well as many
inorganic pigments fully
opaque. With the big surface
area, the organic pigments
bring better color strength.
Though, for same reasons,
the dispensability is normally
poorer. These kinds of
pigments are available at very
affordable rates. The best
thing about these pigments is
that they are used in an
array of applications. It is also
used in paints, primers,
abrasives, tiles, chemicals, paper
coatings, chalks and much more. These kinds of pigments are obtainable in an array of beautiful and
eye-catching colors that will meet all requirements.
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