Pigment for color. Polymer in solution/dispersion to bind the pigment together and to get adhesion to substrate. Dispersing agents (surfactants) to disperse the pigment in binder solution/dispersion and to lower surface tension of the ink. Drying agent for faster drying. Rheology modifiers for viscosity control.
what was the ink made from in WW1
In the olden days ink was made out of fruit.
About 80% of newspaper ink is made from plant based inks however the rest is mainly made from petroluem based ink.
Ink was made out of tannin, iron sulfate, gum, and water.
becuse the ink made your hands dirty
"You guys made me ink!!"
If you mean India ink, the answer is no. India ink in made with carbon black and is not inherently waterproof. It must be made waterproof the same way other inks are made waterproof, by the addition of certain chemicals and compounds.
Squid ink is made of Melanlin. But also has other chemicals in it that can attract other squids.
Yes, it is, but some ink materials are plant-based.
the erasers are normal the ink is special it has about 80% graphite
from charcoal, soot, or powdered ink mixed with water
it is made of nail polish the ink
· People wrote with quills and ink made from gum, soot, and sometimes the ink of an octopus
You can separate colored ink from black ink by using paper chromatography. Chromatography is a method which separates chemicals from which they are made.
That would depend on the colour (color) of the ink.
Ink cartridges that are made for Epson products (printers, copiers etc..)
no u can not because the ink will not go in.
Mangosteen ink is made from the deep purple pericarp of the fruit.
The ink stone is a stone mortar for grinding and containment of ink. The oldest ink stones were made out of pottery, but by the 7th century the Chinese had produced a ceramic ink stone. The most important part of the stone is the flat service to grind the ink on. A high quality ink stone produces fine thick ink quickly. Ink should never be allowed to dry in the stone because it can damage it.
Henry Solomon Wellcome invented invisible ink. For more info google "history of invisible ink".
No its man made