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Since the earliest man first started to decorate cave walls with coloured materials produced from earth pigments and vegetable binders, colour has experienced the most profound influence on contemporary living.
The work comprises eight invited review lectures and extensive abstracts of nearly 100 contributed papers presented at the Third Congress of the International Colour Association held at Troy, New York in July 1977. The subject areas in the book deal with all aspects of research on colour in the...
As shown in the recent economic survey of the UK paint industry by Jordan Dataquest and commented upon in our February issue, the decorative sector of the paint industry is noticeably less profitable than the industrial and marine sectors. Nevertheless, a number of MP's probably as illinformed...
Croda Synthetic Chemicals has now commissioned an expansion to its facilities for the production of the Crodafonic range of sulphonic acids which are of particular importance as catalysts for resin systems.
Foscolor Ltd, Bickershaw Lane, Abram Wigan, Lancashire WN2 5TB, member of the Foseco Minsep Group, are currently playing a major role in the colouring of everything from toys to toothpaste tubes, from wallpaper to ink.
Hoechst AG 6230 Frankkurt M 80, has added the following to its range of RNaphtol AS liquid grades Naphtol ASSG liquid, Naphtol ASRS liquid, Naphtol ASITR liquid.
Mr John Reeves has become product manager with Burrell Colours Ltd at Burrell House, 44 Broadway, London E15 1XN.
Standard laboratory equipment used by numerous UK and overseas companies in the inks, resins, plastics and paints industries for colour quality control and experimental work, is the Lovibond Universal Tintometer model AF 702, a visual colorimeter made by the Salisburybased Tintometer.
That energy in the coatings industry is of concern throughout the world is indicated by a Russian article by Myachin Lakokras. Mat., 1 1976 p. 55 which discusses means to utilise thermal energy in a paint factory more economically.
Although as long ago as 1870 Adolf Bayer referred to a resinous substance formed from reacting phenols with aldehydes, with pyrogallol and benzaldehyde used in his experiments, this Bayer research attracted little or no interest even though in 1891 in the journal Annalen a paper by Kleeberg...
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