pigment

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  • Info A pigment is a material that changes the color of reflected or transmitted light as the result of wavelength-selective absorption. more...
  • Another problem occurs when the original pigment came from a material no longer available.
  • Efforts began early to find a better way to make the pigment.
  • When first created the pigment was almost black, but as it was ground the red color appeared.
  • They also produce visual pigments throughout their body, and may sense light levels directly from their body.
  • Later, I decided to paint the walls of my house using natural pigments.
  • An iron pigment mine once existed in the north part of town.
  • Artists in the style make their own pigments, and pray while they are creating their work.
  • They are red in color because the oxygen-rich blood shows through the non-pigmented skin.
  • The latter often has poor pigment and light eyes.
  • The product can be ground up and used as a pigment.
  • Before the Industrial Revolution, many pigments were known by the location where they were produced.
  • A wide variety of colored pigments can be used instead of carbon black.
  • The two ends of the trunk are often pigmented dark brown or black.
  • However, this natural version was rarely, if ever, used as a pigment.
  • Line color is the choice of any number of pigments that suit the display.
  • Sometimes you might see dark brown pigments near the shoulders and between the armpits.
  • In such proteins all the pigments are ordered to work well together.
  • His skin is so pale as to have almost no pigment.
  • Blue eyes do not actually contain any blue pigment.
  • Pigmented marks can resolve on their own over time in some cases.
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Meaning of pigment

  • noun Dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
  • noun Any substance whose presence in plant or animal tissues produces a characteristic color
  • verb Acquire pigment; become colored or imbued
  • verb Color or dye with a pigment
    pigment a photograph