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pigmented

 [pig´ment-ed]
colored by deposit of pigment.

pig·men·ted

(pig'men-tĕd),
Colored as the result of a deposit of pigment.

pig·men·ted

(pig-ment'ĕd)
Colored as the result of a deposit of pigment.
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* Flex-Spex products made from ground and sized pigmented polymer sheet developed for paint, spray, powder and gel-coat applications.
When asked about the measures they take to alleviate pigmented spots, although most of the respondents in their 20s and 30s answered they have done nothing special, 26% in their 20s have taken supplements and 19% in their 30s have changed the basic skin care products.
While all the mutant colonies quickly succumbed, many of the pigmented ones persevered.
Pigmented villonodular synovitis is a benign disease of unknown etiology.
As the silicone fluid becomes part of the network, it cannot migrate out of the cured products of the pigmented silicone rubber.
The technique described in this paper involves the application of a very light weight, pigmented coating to a previously coated paper.
Whilst this color can be matched by blending copper phthalocyanine blue and green, the blend will not be as clean and transparent and will further be metameric compared to the single pigmented color.
The human brain visualizes the world as a mixture of three primary colors, sensed by pigmented cells in the eye.
* Unfilled PP homopolymer: Cell-Span 610L in a 61-g, pigmented PP part resulted in a 10-sec drop in cycle time--a 36% reduction--and cost savings of $4166.77 per month.
Shuman Plastics, Inc., Depew, N.Y., will demonstrate the effectiveness of its recently introduced Dyna-Purge Excel polyolefin compound by purging highly pigmented resins from a 1-in.
In terms of lab work, such colorant file changes mean fabricating more "working masters," or pigmented plastic chips, and characterizing them in the new absolute database.