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Global and Regional Lithopone Market Research Report 2017 [Report Updated: 10102017] Prices from USD $3500

04:51 EST 13 Nov 2017 | BioPortfolio Reports

Summary

Lithopone is a mixture of inorganic compounds, widely used as a white pigment powder. It is composed of a mixture of barium sulfate and zinc sulfide. These insoluble compounds blend well with organic compounds and confer opacity. Related white pigments include titanium dioxide, zinc oxide "zinc white", and zinc sulfide.

Market Segment as follows:

By Region

AsiaPacific

North America

Europe

South America

Middle East Africa

By Type

B301

B311

Others

By Application

Paint Coating

Plastic

Others

By Company

Xiangtan Red Swallow

Paris Horses

Shanghai Yuejiang

Langfang Hengze

Loman Chemical

Hebei Yuhuan

Xiangtan Swallow

Union Titanium

The main contents of the report including:

Section 1:

Product definition, type and application, global and regional market overview;

Section 2:

Global and regional Market competition by company;

Section 3:

Global and regional sales revenue, volume and price by type;

Section 4:

Global and regional sales revenue, volume and price by application;

Section 5:

Regional export and import;

Section 6:

Company information, business overview, sales data and product specifications;

Section 7:

Industry chain and raw materials;

Section 8:

SWOT and Porter's Five Forces;

Section 9:

Conclusion.

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