Journal of Biochemical Engineering & Bioprocess Technology

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Biological Pigments and its Methodological systems

Pigments are defined as the set of compounds that have an intense color and are used in the coloring of other materials. These coloring substances are also called biological pigments or the bio chromes, which mainly refers to the true pigments. These biological pigments are insoluble in water and are applied as ground particles in solid form with the liquids. We can find various types of biological pigments in both plants as well as animals. The pigments are produced by the living organisms and have a color, which results from the color absorption techniques. The foremost difference among the each is in terms of their solubility. Even as a dye can dissolve through itself in a liquid, pigments may be dissolved in a liquid with the help of a binder. Dyes are broadly speaking implemented within the textile and paper industry pigments are used in industries including coloring paints, inks, cosmetics, and plastics. This kind of pigments takes place obviously and that they have been used for hundreds of years. They are quite simple of their chemical shape. They are named natural as they include minerals and metals that deliver them their shade. Organic pigment producers produce them through a simple method that’s made of washing, drying, powdering and combining into a method

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