Color Chemistry: Syntheses, Properties and Applications of Organic Dyes and Pigments
The well-received monograph Color Chemistry, now revised and updated in its 2nd edition, provides a thorough treatment of the synthesis, properties, and industrial applications of organic dyes and pigments.
This is what the reviewers had to say about Color Chemistry: 'Recommended as essential reading not only to color chemists in all stages of their careers, but to chemists unilaterally. They will find it interesting, informative, stimulating and very readable.' Dyes and Pigments
'By confining the discussion to topics of current technical importance and using a mechanistic organic approach, an informative overall balance is achieved...'
Chemistry in Britain
'This book will stand as the definitive treatment of the subject for years to come...Professor Zollinger's important contribution to the scientific literature belongs in every serious collection.' Textile Research Journal
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