Industrial Inorganic Pigments by: Gunter Buxbaum

ISBN: 3527303634

Category: Technical

Tag: Science/Engineering


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Industrial Inorganic Pigments by: Gunter Buxbaum
Publisher: AMACOM | 15 Feb 2005 | ISBN: 3527303634 | Pages: 315 | PDF | 27 MB

"Inorganic Pigments – you can′t live without them! They 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...it provides the reader with the information necessary for the choice of the ideal pigment for an application...it will be a helpful tool for everyone involved in the application of inorganic pigments." (Die Farbe)

"...More than 30 experts present the field of inorganic pigments in its whole breadth, but very concisely compared to the handbooks by Lewis, Patton or Kittel. It can be warmly recommended as a reference work and source of information for research, industry and the economy." (Nachrichten in Chemie, Technik und Laboratorium)

"... the book under review is a class by itself...gives 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)

"... and represents the most up–to–date treatise on the entire field of industrially used inorganic pigments. I can recommend this book not only to non–specialists seeking an introduction into this subject area but also to specialists, who would like to read about recent developments." (Chemie Ingenieur Technik)



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