Industrial Organic Pigments: Production, Properties, by Dr. Willy Herbst, Dr. Klaus Hunger, Gerhard Wilker, Heinfred

By Dr. Willy Herbst, Dr. Klaus Hunger, Gerhard Wilker, Heinfred Ohleier, Rainer Winter(auth.)

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Chapter 1 basic (pages 1–181):
Chapter 2 Azo Pigments (pages 183–419):
Chapter three Polycyclic Pigments (pages 421–566):
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Chapter five laws, Ecology, Toxicology (pages 585–599):

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The hydrogen bonds are exclusively intramolecular and do not contribute to intermolecular interaction, which relies on weaker forces [12]. Both molecules favor the o-quinone-hydrazone form over the o-hydroxyazo form. Corresponding studies on a selection of monoazo pigments and several ␤-naphthol and Naphthol AS pigments are described in the respective chapters. 2 Tinctorial Strength Since the color strength of a pigment is defined by its tendency to absorb light, the maximum molar extinction coefficient ␧max can be used to estimate the relative strength of a pigment, which is, however, also dependent on the physical parameters of the pigment crystal (Sec.

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The intensity of the reflected beam, on the other hand, is largely controlled by the content of the unit cell; in other words, since it is indicative of the structural amplitudes and parameters and the electron density distribution, it provides the basis for true structural determination [32]. Any crystal modification is practically fingerprinted by its X-ray diffraction spectrum. Another factor determined by the same instrumentation is isomorphism in chemically different pigments, which is associated with almost equal diffraction angles and X-ray intensities in both experiments.

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