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Book Review Farbenlehre und Farbmessung. By W. Schultze

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This is the first book of its kind in the German language.
It is aimed not only at the specialist but also at the users
of varnishes, varnish ingredients, pigments, dyes, solvents, etc.
In this Lexicon is collected a wealth of keywords from the
varnish, paint, leather, and printing ink industries. A large
part of the keywords consists of the tradenames of products
and apparatus; the remainder are chemical, physical, and
industrial terms. At the end of the explanatory text for very
many of the industrial products there is a reference to the
“Index of Manufacturers and Suppliers” in which the supplier
company will be found with its full postal address.
The Index of Manufacturers and Suppliers is at the end
of the book; this part of the Lexicon is printed on yellow
paper to facilitate its location. If the reader requires additional
information about a commercial product he can apply directly
to the suppliers without losing time in searching for the address.
Hartmut Grahmunn [NB 348 IE]
Farbenlehreund Farbmessung. By W Schultze. Springer-Verlag,
York 1975. 3rd revised edit., vii,
97 pp., 57 figs., bound, DM 32.-.
This book is currently the only Introduction in the German
language to color measurement and its applications in daily
industrial practice. Mathematical expositions are largely
avoided, and with a few exceptions this certainly makes it
easier to understand “color metrics”.
Two-thirds of the contents are devoted to the principles
of color measurement (inter alia the CIE system color coordinates X, Y, Z, apparatus for color measurement, evaluation
of color differences) together with scattered references to physiology (e.g. color blindness), while the remainder deals with
questions of immediate practical value (tolerances, principles
of color match calculations, color depth and color saturation,
color reproduction). In 86 text pages many aspects can be
covered only superficially, which also means that some terms
introduced in the first part of the book cannot be explained
until later. The 135 literature references will certainly help
those who want more detailed information.
This small book can be recommended as a useful and
easily readable review to practical workers and to all who
occasionally come into contact with color measurements.
Fritz Heinrich [NB 335 IE]
Hochdruck-Fliissigkeits-Chromatographie (High-pressure
Liquid Chromatography). By H . Engdhardt. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New
York 1975. 1st edit., x, 213
pp., 52 figs., 17 tables, bound, D M 56.-.
As stated by the author in the Foreword, the object of
this 200-page book is to provide the newcomer to high-pressure
liquid chromatography with a review of the apparatus, separation processes, and applicability of the method. Little stress
is laid on the theory of chromatographic separation, but rather
on a detailed discussion of the components of a high-pressure
liquid chromatograph. Pumping systems, detectors, carrier
materials, and stationary phases are described in detail. In
addition, the author gives a clear description of the four
types of liquid chromatography, augmented by representative
examples of applications, with the greatest emphasis on the
parameters that influence a separation.
It must, however, be said that the main purpose of the
work, giving the experimentalist decisive help in obtaining
a high-pressure liquid chromatograph, is unfulfilled by the
present book. Much of the information is only of academic
interest, since on the one hand apparatus is described (e.g.
detectors) that is not supplied commercially, and on the other
hand the user will seldom be in the author’s position to
construct or rebuild apparatus as would follow from a study
of the book. Most users will find it impossible for practical
reasons to obtain components such as pumps and detectors
from the various distributors. A complete working system
from one manufacturer, selected for a specific planned application, is usually the better answer, even if the high hopes
attached to it often fall short in reality.
Karl Zech [NB 342 IE]
Separation and Purification Methods, Vol. 4. Edited by F .
S. Perry, C . J . van Oss, and E . Grushka. Marcel Dekker,
New York 1976. xii, 413 pp., bound, $ 32.50.
Solute-solvent Interactions, Vol. 2. Edited by J . F. Coetzee
and C . D. Ritchie. Marcel Dekker, New York 1976. xi,
459 pp., bound, SFr. 125.00.
Anionic Surfactants, Part 1. Edited by W M . Linfield. “Surfactant Science Series”, Vol. 7. Edited by M . J . Schick and
F. M . Fowkes. Marcel Dekker, New York 1976. xi, 314
pp., bound, SFr. 115.00.
Beitrage zur Didaktik der Chemie. By R. Kriimer. Verlag Moritz Diesterweg, Frankfurt 1976. 224 pp., paper, DM 28.00.
Methodicum Chimicum. A Critical Survey of Proven Methods
and Their Application in Chemistry, Natural Science, and
Medicine. Edited by F. Korte. Vol. 8: Preparation ofTransition Metal Derivatives. Edited by K . Niedenzu and H . Zimmer. Academic Press, New York/Georg Thieme, Stuttgart
1976. x, 579 pp., bound, $ 110.00.
Molecular Spectroscopy,Vol. 4. Senior Reporters: R. F. Barrow,
D. A . Long, and J . Sheridan. The Chemical Society, London
1976. viii, 279 pp., bound, E 17.25.-A volume in the series
“Specialist Periodical Reports”.
Cz-!oji L.r:im3},1l!.-.tmr;cr‘rwndl‘r.
Lexicon of Procedures and Methods for the Preparation,
Use, and Testing of Varnishes, Paints, and Similar Protective
and Decorative Materials for All Industrial and Commercial
Uses. By H . Hadert. BAG Brunner Verlag AG, Zurich/Verlag Chemie, GmbH, Weinheim 1976. 1st edit., 356 pp.,
plastic, D M 95.-.
Anyrn. Chem. Inr. E d . Enyl.
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Structure and Bonding, Vol. 27: Bonding Forces. Edited by
M . Simonettu, A . Gavezzotti, K . D. Warren, and 0. Ermer.
Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1976. iv, 21 7 pp., bound, DM 64.00.
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