Item description for Industrial Organic Pigments: Production, Properties, Applications by Willy Herbst...
"Everything there is to know about organic pigments"
Revised and updated, this highly acclaimed work, now in its third edition, remains the most comprehensive source of information available on synthetic organic pigments.
The book provides up-to-date information on synthesis, reaction mechanisms, physical and chemical properties, test methods, and applications of all industrially produced organic pigments on the world market.
Standardized methods have been used to obtain the data, thus facilitating comparison between pigments, making this an invaluable book for chemists, engineers, colorists, and technicians.
"Presentation throughout is of the highest quality and the volume must now become the standard reference text in this important area of colouring matters." ---Dyes and Pigments
"This is a very wide-ranging reference work ... it would be difficult to find a topic in this field not covered by this book." ---Ecochem
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.5" Width: 7" Height: 1.5" Weight: 2.85 lbs.
Release Date Apr 29, 2004
ISBN 3527305769 ISBN13 9783527305766
Reviews - What do customers think about Industrial Organic Pigments: Production, Properties, Applications?
Industrial Organic Pigments Sep 5, 2008
The book is very useful for my job. It helps to understand how to process organic pigments and its related raw materials.
A must have for anybody using industrial organic pigments Oct 16, 2001
I am a Color Manager for one of the worlds largest paint companies and even though I have been working with pigments for 15 years I have found W. Herbst & K. Hunger's "Industrial Organic Pigments" to be a great reference book which I wouldn't want to miss anymore. It contains information on almost all of the currently available organic pigments, including chemical structures, properties and much helpful information to each of them. It is full of information that one needs to make educated decisions on the use of organic pigments and their suitability for the intended purpose. It is well worth the comparably high price, as this book will save you hours and hours by providing information that one would have to "hunt-down" from suppliers or other books. Highly recommended.