Old 10-21-2010, 10:18 PM #1
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Default Solar Color Dust, "photochromic" pigment

Looks interesting, someone should try it out.

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Default Re: Solar Color Dust, "photochromic" pigment

It would be a nice experiment to drop some of this in a transparent liquid in suspension and then stir it while pointing with a laser. Wish I had a little around.
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Default Re: Solar Color Dust, "photochromic" pigment

Very cool. Apparently 405nm lasers only react with the red and purple though, so keep that in mind if you are looking to buy! I might pick some up...this is cool.
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Nice something photochromic other than my glasses, I might have to order some.
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I really wish it wasn't as expensive.. 1$ per gram is pretty steep but this seems like it has a lot of potential. I think I'll wait to see what some other members here have to say before deciding.

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