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Dispersion Efficiency is Believed to be the Main Problem with Carbon Black Pigments

SpecialChem / Mar 1, 2013

Carbon black pigments are an amorphous form of elemental carbon having a high surface-area-to-volume ratio. Carbon black pigments appear black because they reflect less than 1% of absorbed light in the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum. The use of small carbon black particles yields more intense black color as compared to the use of large black particles. Carbon black pigments consist of spherical-like particles and are manufactured under controlled conditions either by an incomplete combustion or an...

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