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    In water and oil paints to provide thixotropy, improve gloss and flow. Lithopone is mainly used in coating materials with relatively high pigment concentrations. Examples are primers, plastic masses, putties and fillers, artists’ colors, and emulsion paints. An important property of lithopone is its low binder requirement, giving paint products with good flow and application properties. It is suitable for almost all binder media, and has good wetting and dispersing properties. With optimum feed

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    Kaolin (China clay) is a mixture of various aluminum silicates. It is often used in powders and masks given its absorbent, abrasive, bulking, and opacifying properties. This white, soft powder has good coverage and absorption abilities for both water and oil, making it an appropriate absorber of the oil and sweat secreted by the skin. It adheres well to the skin’s surface, yet is easily removed with normal cleansing procedures. Kaolin is considered a non-comedogenic raw material.

    Talc Powder

    Talc is a mineral composed of hydrated magnesium silicate with the chemical formula H2Mg3(SiO3)4 or Mg3Si4O10(OH)2. Talc is used in many industries such as paper making, plastic, paint and coatings, rubber, food, electric cable, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics

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    Fast Yellow G

    Uses include coatings and printing inks, pigment in paint, printing ink, paper coating and wallpaper, pigment for viscose and linoleum, pigment for textile printing and leather finishes, colorant for phenolformaldehyde, vinyl and other plastics, paints and printing inks, emulsion paints and distempers, paper coating and wallpaper, mass coloration of viscose and in linoleum. Use in lacquers limited by solvent solubility and in rubber although its solubility is a disadvantage. Also used in textile printing, leather finishes and in pf, uf and vinyl plastics.

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    Pigments are soluble and insoluble, there is a difference between inorganic and organic. Inorganic pigments are generally mineral substances. Humans have long known the use of inorganic pigments, using colored earth and ore, to paint and smear the body on rock walls. Organic pigments are generally taken from plants and marine animals, such as Ruby blue, Garcinia cambogia, and purple from the shells of ancient Rome. The color of the pigment itself represents its color in the substrate. "Pigments" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for pigments.
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