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The phenomenon of fluorescence is a photoluminescence process. In this process, short-wavelength electromagnetic waves in the ultraviolet or visible wavelength band are absorbed and then released as long-wavelength electromagnetic waves. magnetic waves are absorbed and then released in the form of long-wavelength electromagnetic waves. The latter usually falls in the visible range and is superimposed with The latter usually falls in the visible range and is superimposed on the regular reflected light, thus revealing a dazzling glow color.
The commercial use of glow pigments as colorants dates back to the 1940s in Europe and the United States in the field of graphic arts. crafts. They were first used mainly for point-of-sale displays, advertising, safety markings, etc. Today, glow materials have been used in a variety of applications including toys, fashion, and fashion accessories. Today, glow materials have been used in a wide range of applications including toys, fashion, packaging and more.
Glow pigments are often used in situations and places that require extra attention. Foreign studies on children and adults Studies on children and adults have shown that products with glow colors attract their attention earlier and hold their attention longer than similar products with traditional colors. They attract their attention and hold this attention for a longer period of time, and are more likely to look back for a second look.
As a result, businesses in Europe and the United States are doing everything they can to promote sales of their products, using glow colors in a variety of ways to incorporate them into their products.
In the competitive business world, one way to differentiate the appearance of their products is to apply clean, bright glow colors. A common approach is to use a small amount of glow color on a traditional monotone base color background to accent thematic text, logos or other graphic concepts. Sometimes, glow colors are also mixed into traditional colors to add to the overall color effect of the latter.
Given the specialized nature of this market, only a few manufacturers in Europe, America and Japan have enjoyed substantial success in this field. The domestic market for high-grade glow pigments is still heavily dependent on imports.
Glow pigments can also be used in various coatings such as textile printing pastes, traffic sign coatings, advertising coatings, toy coatings, bicycle baking paints and various inks. In response to the different performance requirements of different paints, glow pigment manufacturers around the world have developed different glow pigments to meet the performance and price requirements of the market. For example, DAYGLO's AX series and Hangzhou Splendid Chemical's JCOLOR®DS series are suitable for various coatings with low requirements on solvent resistance and color bleeding resistance. However, the solvent resistance and color bleeding resistance have been greatly improved and can be applied to various baking paints with high requirements for color bleeding resistance.