Black pigment

a very fine, light carbonaceous substance, or lampblack, prepared chiefly for the manufacture of printers' ink. It is obtained by burning common coal tar.

See also: Black

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Different shades of black pigments were brushed on it.
Other colours containing infra red absorbing pigments are also affected, particularly where they contain carbon black pigment, for instance greys.
However, with rising focus on the recyclability of plastic trays, the majority of the companies have stopped using black plastic trays as these trays cannot be recycled due to the presence of carbon black pigment.
Underpinning these models is a new 5-colour ink system which includes a black photo ink and a black pigment ink, great for producing everything from photos, drawings and diagrams to office documents.
Carbon black is the most preferred inorganic black pigment. Other black pigments include iron oxide black and acetylene black.
The drawings accompanying Highstein's forged steel and concrete sculptures in the show are done with bone black pigment and Chinese ink.
Platinum Thermal consists of a surface-printable polyolefin film and a black pigment built into the film construction that eliminates the need for DT coatings (e.g.
Platinum Thermal consists of a surface-printable polyolefin filmand a black pigment built into the film construction that eliminates the need for DT coatings(e.g.
SEM-EDS study may reveal the nature of the bone black pigment both considering the elemental composition, namely, the combined detection of Ca and P, and the different morphologies that diverse sources and origin of carbon-based material show [1, 2].
It is argued that the black pigment material (soot) of these inks was obtained as by-products of technical metallurgy, according to the study.
NYX Gel Eye liner in black, PS8, boots.com This lightweight formula with a bold, black pigment glides on like butter and dries to a matte finish.