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High Performance Pigments
edited by Edwin B. Faulkner, Russell J. Schwartz

High Performance Pigments provides up-to-date information on the market for high performance pigments, synthesis, reaction mechanisms, physical and chemical properties, applications, regulatory affairs, toxicology and ecotoxicology.

It is the only one on the market covering all high performance pigments in a single volume, offering both producers and users of High Performance Pigments the opportunity to review and update their understanding of latest technologies and market issues, together with assessing key regulatory affairs, in this specialty niche of the chemical industry.

High Performance Pigments has been revised and provides an up-to-date overview of scientific and technological aspects on high performance pigments. It addresses current issues such as environmental and health aspects, and regulatory affairs.


1. Introduction to Inorganic High Performance Pigments

  • Survey of Inorganic Pigments
  • New Candidates on the Catwalk of Color
  • Challenges for the Future
2. Bismuth Vanadates

  • Historical Background
  • Manufacture
  • Properties and Applications
  • Applications
  • Toxicology
  • Ecology
3. Cadmium Pigments

  • Pigment History
  • Raw Materials
  • Chemistry of Cadmium, Selenium and Cadmium Sulfide
  • Method of Pigment Manufacture
  • Physical Properties
  • Regulatory Issues
  • Uses
4. Cerium Pigments

  • Rare Earth Sulfides and the Origins of their Color
  • Cerium Sulfide Pigment: Manufacture
  • Properties and Applications
  • Toxicology and Environmental Aspects
  • Toxicological and Environmental Concerns during the Manufacturing Process
5. Complex Inorganic Color Pigments: An Overview

  • Structures of CICPs
  • Production of CICPs
  • Titanate Pigments
  • Aluminate Pigments
  • Cobalt Aluminates
  • Cobalt Chromium Aluminates
  • Chromites and Ferrites
  • Black CICPs
  • Brown Pigments
  • Green Chromites
6. Titanate Pigments: Colored Rutile, Priderite, and Pseudobrookite Structured Pigments

  • History
  • Synthesis
  • Applications
  • Properties
7. Special Effect Pigments

  • Pearlescent and Interference Pigments
  • Effect Pigments Formed by Coating of Metal Flakes
  • Pigments Formed by Grinding a Film
  • Pigments Based on Liquid Crystal Polymers
8. Crystal Design of High Performance Pigments

  • Crystal Engineering of Organic Pigments
  • Crystal Structure Determination
  • Crystal Structure Calculation
  • Control of Interfacial Properties Through Tailor-Made Additives
9. The Global Market for Organic High Performance Pigments

  • The I999 Market for Organic High Performance Pigments
  • The Producers of High Performance Pigments
  • The Demand for HPP by Consumer Market Segments
  • Demand Factors for HPPs
  • Conclusions/Outlook
10. Benzimidazolone Pigments and Related Structures

  • Historical Background
  • Method of Manufacture
  • Typical Properties and Major Reasons for Use
  • Pigment Grades, Discussion of Individual Pigments
  • Pigment Manufacturers, Economics
  • Safety, Health and Environmental Aspects
11. Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP) Pigments

  • Syntheses
  • Molecular Structure and Properties
  • Chemical Properties
  • Solid-State Properties
  • Conventional Applications
  • Nonconventional Applications
12. Dioxazine Violet Pigments

  • Synthesis
  • Pigmentation and Properties
  • Recent Developments
13. Disazocondensation Pigments

  • Historical Background
  • Chemistry
  • Synthesis and Manufacture
  • Characterization, Properties, Application
14. Isoindoline Pigments

  • Historical Background
  • Methods of Manufacture
  • Typical Properties and Major Reasons for Use
  • Crystal Structures of Isoindoline Pigments
  • Pigment Manufacturers; Economics
  • Toxicology and Ecology
15. Isoindolinone Pigments

  • Chemistry
  • Physicochemical Properties
  • Commericial Products and Applications
16. Perylene Pigments

  • Definition of Perylene Pigments
  • Synthesis of Perylenes
  • The Conditioning of Perylene Diimide Pigments
  • Mixed Crystals and Solid Solutions of Perylene Diimide Pigments
  • Drying of Perylene Pigments
  • Physical Chemistry and Color Physics of Perylene Pigments
  • Perylene Pigments and their Applications
  • Perylenes as Functional Colorants
  • Current Producers
  • Pricing Trends and Economics of Use
  • Health, Safety, and Environmental Considerations
17. Phthalocyanines – High Performance Pigments and Their Applications

  • Application of Optical Properties
  • Application of Optoelectronic Properties
  • Application of Catalysis
18. Quinacridone Pigments

  • Historical Background
  • Quinacridone Syntheses
  • Recently Introduced Quinacridone Products
  • Structural Data and Spectra
  • Polymorphism
  • Substituted Quinacridones
  • Photostability and a Suggested Mechanism
  • Quinacridonequinone
  • Other 6,I3-Disubstituted Quinacridones
  • Solid Solutions
  • Conditioning and Surface Treatment of Quinacridones
  • Applications
  • Health and Safety Factors
  • Business Aspects
19. Quinophthalone Pigments

  • Historical Background
  • Methods of Manufacture
  • Typical Properties and Major Reasons for Use
  • Pigment Grades and Discussion of individual Pigments
  • Pigment Manufacturers: Economics
  • Toxicology and Ecology
20. Imidazolone-Annellated Triphenedioxazine Pigments

  • On the Structure of Pigment Violet
  • Imidazolone-Annellated Triphenedioxazine Pigments
21. Chemical and Physical Characterization of High Performance Organic Pigments

  • Visible Spectrophotometry
  • Applications of FT-IR Spectroscopy
  • Mass Spectrometry Techniques
  • High-Performance Liquid Chromatography
  • Powder X-ray Diffraction
  • Particle Sizing Techniques
  • Thermal Analysis and Decomposition Temperatures of HPOPs
  • Product Safety and Environmental Testing of HPOPs
22. Regulatory Affairs for High Performance Pigments: North America

  • Toxic Substances Control Act
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • Toxic Release Inventory Reporting
  • Regulation of de minimis Levels
  • Food and Drug Administration
  • Color Pigments in General
  • PBT-TRI Rules
  • Nanotechnology and Regulation
  • High Production Volume (HPV) Substances
  • Phthalocyanine Pigments
  • Quinacridone Pigments
  • Carbazole Violet Pigments
  • Perylene Pigments
  • Inorganic Pigments
23. Regulatory and Legislative Aspects of Relevance to high Performance Pigments: Europe

  • The European Union and its Institutions
  • The Major EU Directives Governing Chemical Control
  • National Regulations
  • Future Enlargement of the EU (PHARE and similar programs)
  • Nonregulatory Initiatives
  • Confidentiality
  • Availability of Information on Current Regulations
24. Infrared Reflecting Complex Inorganic Colored Pigments

  • Background/Physics
  • Measurement
  • Pigments
  • Formulation with IR Pigments
  • Market Driving Forces
25. Toxicology and Ecotoxicology Issues with High Performance Pigments

  • Recent Toxicological Testing of High Performance Pigments
  • Past Confusion in Assessment of HPPs
  • Current Programs for Toxicological and Ecotoxicological Assessment of HPPs
  • The Way Ahead

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High Performance Pigments
edited by Edwin B. Faulkner, Russell J. Schwartz
2009 • 516 pages • $239.00 + shipping
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