|Statement||by A.P. Laurie.|
|LC Classifications||ND1500 .L378 1895|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||2005565469|
Facts about processes, pigments and vehicles: a manual for art student by Laurie, A. P. (Arthur Pillans), Facts about Processes, Pigments, and Vehicles by Laurie A P (Arthur Pillans , , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Facts about processes, pigments, and vehicles. London ; New York: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Online version: Laurie, A.P. (Arthur Pillans), Facts about processes, pigments and vehicles. London ; New York: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A P Laurie. This volume is the ideal companion to Wiley's trilogy: The Pigments Handbook (), Industrial Organic Pigments (), and Industrial Inorganic Pigments (). High Performance Pigments have become increasingly important in recent years, with a growth rate well in advance of the more classical types of pigments. The book offers both producers and users of High Performance Pigments the 5/5(1).
Facts about Processes, Pigments and Vehicles: A Manual for Art Student, By Arthur Pillans Laurie, Published by Macmillan, The Manufacture Of Earth Colours:By DR. JOSEF BERSCH, translated by CHARLES SALTER,SCOTT, GREENWOOD & SON, Link. Pigment can generally be categorized into two main types: Prime, or hiding, pigments, and Inert, or extender, pigments. The main modern white hiding pigment is Titanium dioxide. Zinc oxide is a weaker white pigment with some important usages. Marketing - Marketing - The marketing process: The marketing process consists of four elements: strategic marketing analysis, marketing-mix planning, marketing implementation, and marketing control. The aim of marketing in profit-oriented organizations is to meet needs profitably. Companies must therefore first define which needs—and whose needs—they can satisfy. An attempt has been made to treat in orderly sequence the various kinds of painting-grounds, the constituents of vehicles and varnishes, the pigments themselves, and the chief processes of painting. Although the artistic side of the numerous problems discussed has not been neglected, the book is in no way intended to teach manipulation to art.
In modern paint manufacture, pigment particles are dispersed in the vehicle by cylindrical mills that tumble heavy metal or ceramic balls through the paint, or by sand grinders that circulate a suspension of sand through the paint at high speed. The basic white pigments include zinc oxide, zinc sulfide, lithopone, and titanium dioxide. Most black pigments are composed . but less resistant, and it integrates the range of pigments mixed with linseed oil.1 The use of a vehicle, in ancient time, determines, in fact, the use of a particular pigment. Metallic effect pigments provide brilliant, shiny car colors that enhance the perception of curvature of the car body. These pigments took automotive color styling to a new level. However, to achieve the maximum visual effect of the flat, plate-like metallic pigments, the pigments . Pigments are used for artists' paints, car finishes, and light-reflecting signs. They are insoluble materials that have to be mixed with binders or vehicles to attach them to a substrate. Pigments are often derived from minerals, but they can also be made synthetically.