How are white pigments used in paints called?

Lime
Flavones
Lithopone
Ochre
Litho­pone, a mixture of barium sulfate and zinc sulfide, is widely used as a white pigment powder for paints, putties and plas­tic­s. Ap­prox­i­mate­ly 220,000 tons of litho­pone were produced in 1990.

Answers distribution

Lime
Flavones
Lithopone
Ochre
answers
flagIndia
24%
15%
52%
6%
94
flagthe United Kingdom
17%
16%
50%
15%
112
flagAustralia
18%
12%
50%
18%
16
flagCanada
0%
25%
50%
25%
12
flagNorway
20%
20%
50%
10%
10
flagthe United States
15%
16%
48%
17%
168
flagFrance
0%
18%
45%
36%
11
flagPakistan
33%
20%
40%
6%
15
flagthe Philippines
18%
12%
37%
31%
16
flagthe United Arab Emirates
9%
27%
36%
27%
11
flagItaly
33%
26%
40%
0%
15
flagPoland
34%
20%
29%
14%
3052
flagRepublic of Ireland
35%
14%
28%
21%
14
flagGermany
31%
34%
24%
10%
29
flagUnknown
51%
15%
18%
12%
264

Gender

men29%
women25%
Lime
36%
39%
Flavones
20%
19%
Lithopone
29%
25%
Ochre
14%
14%

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