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A Beginner’s Guide to Incorporating Mica Powders in Soap Making

April 10th, 2023

If you’re someone who loves to experiment with handmade soaps, incorporating mica powders can take your soap making game to a whole new level. These powders are versatile, come in a range of eyecatching colors, and can be used to create beautiful patterns, designs and unique soap art. Mica is a naturally occurring mineral that..


Introduction to the principle and characteristics of photochromic pigments

January 21st, 2022

Photochromic pigments are also called light sensitive pigments, uv reactive pigment powder, uv sunlight activated pigment, etc. The principle of color change is to absorb the ultraviolet light source with a specific wavelength and change the powder to a certain wavelength. The energy of the light source produces a color change to blue. When the..


The characteristics and discoloration principle of thermochromic powder

January 20th, 2022

Thermochromic powders are prepared from electron transfer organic compound systems. The temperature-changing powder changes the molecular structure of the organic matter due to electron transfer at a specific temperature, thereby realizing color change. Thermochromic powder is not only bright in color, but also can achieve color change from “colored to colorless” state, which is not..


Basic introduction and advantages of glow in the dark pigments

January 18th, 2022

Glow in the dark powder is a material that automatically emits light in the dark. Luminous materials are divided into two types: self-luminous and light-storing. Humans have used luminous powder for a long time. For example, it has been used on the dial of a watch to make a luminous watch. With the application of..


Magical Chameleon Effect Pigments

May 14th, 2018

The chameleon effect, also known as the “angular heterochromatic” effect, is a property that changes color and luster as the angle of observation changes, or changes the angle of illumination of a light source while the angle of observation remains the same, and the color changes as well. In general, pigments or dyes absorb light..

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