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ISSN: 1478-4408

Editor-in-Chief: Andrew Towns

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Impact Foctor: 1.262

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The primary mission of Coloration Technology is to promote innovation and fundamental understanding in the science and technology of coloured materials by providing a medium for communication of peer-reviewed research papers of the highest quality. It is internationally recognised as a vehicle for the publication of theoretical and technological papers on the subjects allied to all aspects of coloration. Regular sections in the journal include reviews, original research and reports, feature articles, short communications and book reviews.   Its scope embraces:

Colorants of all classes in relation to:

   Molecular structure and physical form and the effects of these on application and in-service properties
   Chemistry, synthesis and manufacture


   Composition and mode of action of chemicals used at any stage in coloration, including pre- and post-coloration processes

Application practice:

   Processing operations on different types of laboratory and bulk-scale equipment
   Practical significance of any processing variants
   Developments in coloration processes

Application theory:
   Chemistry and physical chemistry of coloration processes
   Correlation with industrial practice

Analysis and testing:

   Identification and characterisation of colorants, substrates, finishes and chemicals in substance and on substrates
   Identification of faults
   Fastness testing
   Equipment and techniques

Theory and practice of ancillary processes:
   Processes involved in coloration or in the achievement of the final coloured product

Physico-chemical aspects of colour:

   Colour and constitution
   Colour theory
   Colorimetry and equipment
   Colour matching
   Colour vision
   Photochemistry of colorants, substrates and chemicals

Plant, management and services, provided that it is directly related to coloration, information on:

   Building, machinery, works engineering and organisation
   Automation, instrumentation and control
   Power and energy resources
   Water quality, supply and handling
   Effluent, pollution and environmental factors

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