Yes, fluorescent inks can be manufactured. And they are. To keep it simple, something that is fluorescent will fluoresce under high energy light, usually ultraviolet light. This high energy light will be absorbed by the fluorphore, and it will re-emit light of a lower energy, usually in the visible spectrum where we can see it. (The rest of the light energy of the incoming light will retained as heat - atomic and/or molecular vibration.) Fluorescent markers find application in the security or property control area where they are used to mark things like chairs or tables or stuff like that. The marks are invisible under normal circumstances, but will fluoresce and become visible under black light. Certainly there are still posters that are printed with fluorescent ink and look cool under black light.
yes you can!
Yes, but the ballast has to be of a special manufacture to make this happen.
All fluorescent material emits radiation in the form of photons. Fluorescent materials are not radioactive though.
Yes it is very possible to get ink poisoning from printer ink. Im not verry shore but i think any ink or let that you drink or swolow is very possible to be poison . I wold recormed not drinking it
You make it!!, get paper or something.. and like get ink and type and stuff...!!
Specialist. has written: 'Manufacture of inks' -- subject(s): Ink
yes it is possible you get the teats of the octopus and milk them
While fluorescent lamps may lower your electricity bill, they're not really 'good for the environment', as they require more energy and resources to manufacture compared with incandescent lamps, and they contain mercury.
After heating is possible.
Frank Bestow Wiborg has written: 'Printing ink; a history with a treatise on modern methods of manufacture and use' -- subject(s): Printing ink
black lights are lights. so they are not flourescent, however they can light up flourescent objects (like highlighter ink or paper)
maybe that is possible and not possible it could be either one it depends
So that the manufacturer of printers and the ink can make money. Most printers are sold very cheap, and with half-filled with ink so that you go off and buy new ink as soon as possible.
You would have a very messy printer, giving very poor printing results. The thinned down ink (if such a thing was possible) would probably leak.
You can go to one of those motor home supply stores and purchase a 12 volt fluorescent light assemblies. Otherwise, if you want to use a conventional fluorescent light you'll need to use an inverter.
Lexmark is known for selling printers and printer supplies, such as ink cartridges. They manufacture both commercial and consumer models.
Well, there is a possible way you can just sand it. It makes the wood more smoother and takes off the ink anyway.
When you have to replace your ink cartridges, you will probably want to get replacements that provide you with the most ink possible. This will save you from having to replace them again quickly. You may find that the 300XL ink cartridge will provide you with more ink than some of the competition. You need to read all of the statistics on the box to see what the best option will be for you.
Not possible to say as there are too many formulas for different inks.
Banks print special markings in fluorescent ink on their notes. UV light is absorbed by the fluorescence and emits visible light. Fake notes are usually printed on cheaper paper which is slightly fluorescent which is shown when UV light is shone on them.
No. You will need a compound of sodium.
Ink manufacture is a complex and varied process but in essence ink mainly consists of three components. The carrier (a quick drying solvent like an alcohol) holds the other components in liquid form. The resin binder helps the ink to fix to the page. The pigment provides the colour and can be finely ground material or a substance produced by a chemical process which can be filtered off.
The lights were very fluorescent.