bismuth oxychloride

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bis·muth ox·y·chlor·ide

basic bismuth chloride, used for the same purposes as the subnitrate.
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The filler Ioadings chosen for the barium sulfate, bismuth subcarbonate, and bismuth oxychloride were 20% and 40%.
Bismuth oxychloride pearl pigments are often used in cast polyester buttons for brilliance and luster.
* Biflair[R] bismuth oxychloride pigments for the printing industry
Phase A Deionized water qs 100 Disodium EDTA 0.05 Glycerin 5.00 Carbopol Aqua SF-1 OS polymer 3.00 Phase B Methyl glucose sesquistearate 2.50 PEG-20 methyl glucose 2.50 sesquistearate Diisopropyl sebacate 15.00 Phase C Mica (and) bismuth oxychloride (and) iron oxides 3.50 (yellow pigment) Mica (and) bismuth oxychloride (and) iron oxides 0.30 (red pigment) Mica (and) bismuth oxychloride (and) iron oxides 1.00 (brown pigment) Triethanolamine (50%) qs pH 7.0 Preservative 0.40 Procedure: Mix constantly.
* Bismuth oxychloride pigment dispersions for liquid metal effects
Bi-Flair is a bismuth oxychloride pigment for liquid metal effects.
Centerchem 203-822-9800 * Fax 203-822-9820 INGREDIENTS WT% Phase A Water 81.90 Dehydroxanthan gum 0.60 Sodium polyactylate starch 0.50 Phase B Glyceiy1 caprylate, glycetyl undecylenate 0.50 Trisodium ethylenediamide disuccinate 0.15 Panthenol 0.30 Pentylene glycol 3.00 Phase C Amodimethicone, C11-15 pareth-7, laureth-9, 5.00 glycerin, trideceth-12 Lauryl methyl gluceth-10 0.50 hydroxypropyldimonium chloride PEG-12 dimethicone 3.00 Keracvn (Provital/Centerchem) 2.00 Keratrix (Provita terchem) 2.00 Lactic acid, 50% 0.20 Bismuth oxychloride, mica carmine (CI 75470) 0.20 Bismuth oxychloride, mica, iron oxides 0.05 (CI 77491) Fragrance 0.10
Also from EMD Chemicals is Biflair, a pigment made from synthetically produced bismuth oxychloride crystals which are easily identified by their symmetrical octagon shape, transparency and narrow particle size distribution.
These effects are due to plate-like crystals of bismuth oxychloride that have a silver-white transparent appearance.
According to the company, these are suspensions of finely crystalline bismuth oxychloride pigments that are available in a number of ink, coatings and polymer resin bases.
Include Glass Flakes, Silica Flakes, Alumina Flakes, Mica Flakes, Synthetic Mica and Bismuth Oxychloride, Eusolex[R] UV Pearls OB-S, RonaCare[R] Cyclopeptide-5
Bismuth oxychloride. Applications include paints and industrial coating systems for metal, plastic, wood and leather.