Pigment

A fine coloured mineral powder used to achieve coloured products by incorporation with mixed materials.

pigment

any colorful compound, used by living things to absorb or block sunlight, and in sexual displays. More info?
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Pigment

An opaque colouring which is mixed with a polymer to produce a coloured surface coating. Dyeing leather is like staining wood while applying a pigmented coating is like painting it.
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pigment

[n] - dry coloring matter (especially an insoluble powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint etc) 2. [v] - acquire pigment 3. [v] - color or dye with a pigment
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Pigment

The component which gives paint its colour. Pigment is bound by resin in the paint film. Matt paints generally have high pigment content, whereas gloss paints have much lower pigment content.
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pigment

In art and crafts, a colouring-matter used in paint or dye. In the past, pigments were powders made by grinding various minerals, plants, and even animal or insect parts. The most expensive...
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Pigment

A substance in particulate form which is substantially insoluble in a medium, but which can be mechanically dispersed in this medium to modify its colour and/or light-scattering properties.
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Pigment

Substance that gives colour. There is pigment in our skin, and in the iris (coloured part) of our eyes. It is the cells that produce these pigments that become cancerous in malignant melanoma.
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Pigment

In printing inks, the fine solid particles used to give colour, or opacity.
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Pigment

Used both as fillers and for coating. Mineral pigments such as calcium carbonate, clay, titanium, and pigmented dyes are used in paper.
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Pigment

The dye-like material in cells that provides colour to skin, eye and hair
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pigment

Colouring
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Pigment

Pigment: A substance that gives color to tissue. Pigments are responsible for the color of skin, eyes, and hair.
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Pigment

A powdered solid in suitable degree of subdivision for use in paint or enamel.
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Pigment

Particles that absorbs and reflect light and appear coloured to our eyes. The substance that gives ink its colour.
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Pigment

Pig'ment noun [ Latin pigmentum , from the root of pingere to paint: confer French pigment . See Paint , and confer Pimento , Orpiment .] 1. Any material from which a dye, a paint, or the like, may be prepared; particularly, the refined and purified c...
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pigment

1. Any material from which a dye, a paint, or the like, may be prepared; particularly, the refined and purified colouring matter ready for mixing with an appropriate vehicle. ... 2. <physiology> Any one of the coloured substances found in animal and vegetable tissues and fluids, as bilirubin, urobilin, chlorophyll, etc. ... 3. Wine flavored w...
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pigment

noun dry coloring matter (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint etc)
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pigment

(pig´mәnt) any coloring matter of the body. a stain or dyestuff. a paintlike medicinal preparation applied to the skin. adj., pig´mentary., adj.
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Pigment

• (n.) Wine flavored with species and honey. • (n.) Any material from which a dye, a paint, or the like, may be prepared; particularly, the refined and purified coloring matter ready for mixing with an appropriate vehicle. • (n.) Any one of the colored substances found in animal and vegetable tissues and fluids, as bilirubin, urobili...
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pigment

any of a group of compounds that are intensely coloured and are used to colour other materials.[19 related articles]
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pigment

pigment 1. Dry coloring matter, usually an insoluble powder, to be mixed with water, oil, or another base to produce paint and similar products. 2. A natural substance in plant or animal tissue that gives it its color. 3. A substance, such as chlorophyll or melanin, that produces a characteristic color in plant or animal tissue. 4. Etymology: fro...
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Pigment

[software] Pigment is known to work on Linux (x86, PowerPC and ARM), Solaris (x86 and SPARC), OS X, and Microsoft Windows. Pigment is free software, licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License. ...
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pigment

the matter that determines color in plants in animals.
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Pigment

Organic substance found in plant and animal cells that creates coloring.
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