Coloration Technology

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Editor-in-Chief: Andrew Towns

Impact Factor: 0.899

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 7/22 (Materials Science Textiles); 48/71 (Chemistry Applied); 76/133 (Engineering Chemical)

Online ISSN: 1478-4408

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Special Issue: Green Chemistry

Special Issue: Quality of Light Sources, Guest Editor, Professor Ronnier Luo (University of Leeds), 127:2, 2011

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Award Winning Articles for 2010!

2010 SDC Centenary Medal is presented in respect of the following Review paper:

Styryl dyes – synthesis and applications during the last 15 years

Todor Deligeorgiev, Aleksey Vasilev, Stefka Kaloyanova and Juan J Vaquero, 126:2, Page 55, 2010,

2010 Dyers' Company Research Medal is presented for the following paper:  

Synthesis and spectroscopic properties of novel phthalimide-derived monoazo disperse dyes containing ester groups

Jae-hong Choi, Oh-tak Kwon, Hyun-young Lee, Andrew D Towns and Chun Yoon, 126:4, Page 237, 2010

Mentioning two earlier papers that appeared in Coloration Technology:  

Novel azo dyes derived from phthalimide. Part 1: Synthesis and spectroscopic properties

Jae-hong Choi, Jeong-Min Jeon, Mi-Hyeon Kim, Andrew D Towns and Chun Yoon, 124:2, Page 92, 2008  

Novel azo dyes derived from phthalimide. Part 2: Dyeing properties and colour fastness on polyester fibres

Jae-hong Choi, Jeong-Min Jeon, Mi-Hyeon Kim, Andrew D Towns and Chun Yoon, 124:6, Page 364, 2008  


In addition to high quality original articles, CTE also publishes regular review articles. Access these leading papers today for FREE*:

Colour and colour vision of creatures great and small  by T L Dawson, 122:2, 2006.

Textile coloration industry in India  by M D Teli, 124:1, 2008.

Innovative technologies for high performance textiles  by I Holme, 123:2, 2007.

Bioscouring and bleaching of cotton with pectinase enzyme and peracetic acid in one bath by P Preša and P F Tavčer, 124:1, 2008


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