Pigment

Pigment

Read more about Pigment:  Biological Pigments, Pigments By Chemical Composition

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Pigments By Chemical Composition
... Metallic and carbon Cadmium pigments cadmium yellow, cadmium red, cadmium green, cadmium orange Carbon pigments carbon black (including vine blac, lamp black), ivory black (bone char) Chromium pigments chrome ... Lead pigments lead white, cremnitz white, Naples yellow, red lead Mercury pigments vermilion Titanium pigments titanium yellow, titanium beige ...
Spectra Flair
... SpectraFlair pigment is a specialized diffractive colorant for automotive and industrial coatings that show multiple rainbow colors as the viewing ... This pigment is based on microsopic aluminum flakes layered with glass and inorganic pigments ... The SpectraFlair pigment was first introduced in November 2001 SEMA show and at the January 2002 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show ...
Pigment (software)
... Pigment is a 3D scene graph library designed to easily create rich application user interfaces ... Pigment uses OpenGL for rendering, and supports OpenGL 1.2 to 2.1 and OpenGL ES-CM 1.1 plugins ... Designed to be cross-platform, Pigment is known to work on Linux (x86, PowerPC and ARM), Solaris (x86 and SPARC), Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows ...
Blockwash
... It involves using pure pigment which is to be used as the base, varnish to "block" and protect the portions of the painting, and water to douse or "wash ... the white painting surface and the protected layers of pigment ...
Amelanism in Mammals
... The only pigments that mammals produce are melanins ... Reddish eyes are due to the lack of pigment in the iris pigment epithelium ... When the stroma is unpigmented but the iris pigment epithelium is not, mammalian eyes appear blue ...

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    Light was a paste of pigment in our eyes.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

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