Industrial Inorganic Pigments, Third Edition

Industrial Inorganic Pigments, Third Edition

Editor(s): Gunter Buxbaum, Gerhard Pfaff

Published Online: 13 MAY 2005

Print ISBN: 9783527303632

Online ISBN: 9783527603732

DOI: 10.1002/3527603735

About this Book

Inorganic Pigments significantly change our surroundings. They are irreplaceable for the coloring of construction materials - their applications range from concrete to artist's colors, from industrial paints to toners in photocopiers, from coloring in foodstuffs to raw materials for catalysts.

This book offers everything there is to know about inorganic pigments in a concise and thorough presentation: their manufacturing processes, their applications and markets, their testing procedures and standards, and also the health and environmental regulations relating to them. The reader is provided with more than 800 up-to-date references to the pertinent literature, which will be extremely useful for further studies.

Over 30 first-class authors from leading chemical companies have created a uniform and clearly structured text, giving an excellent overview of the subject area.

This book will be of benefit to all chemists, materials specialists, engineers, application technicians and students in pigment-related fields.

'... the book under review is a class by very useful information to the paint chemist regarding the basics and application aspects of the various pigments used in the chemical industry.'
(Bulletin of Electrochemistry)

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 1

      Introduction (pages 1–50)

      Uwe Hempelmann, Dr. Gunter Buxbaum and Hans G. Völz

    3. Chapter 2

      White Pigments (pages 51–97)

      Gerhard Auer, Wolf-Dieter Griebler and Burkhardt Jahn

    4. Chapter 3

      Colored Pigments (pages 99–162)

      Thomas Böhland, Karl Brandt, Hugo Brussaard, David Calvert, Günter Etzrodt, Hilmar Rieck, Oliver Seeger, Henning Wienand, Jürgen Wiese and Gunter Buxbaum

    5. Chapter 5

      Specialty Pigments (pages 195–295)

      Nanao Horiishi, Hendrik Kathrein, Susanne Krieg, Dr. Gerhard Pfaff, Ulrike Pitzer, Cees Ronda, Ekkehard Schwab, Robert Besold and Gunter Buxbaum

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