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© 1966 Society of Cosmetic Chemists
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists, Vol. 17, No. 6, 329-341


The Use of Instrumentation in Cosmetic Color Control
Hugh R. Davidson

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For many years color measurements have been used in laboratories for the evaluation of color differences. Up until the last few years, however, they were usually employed only for qualitative evaluation in production. During recent years new measuring instruments, techniques, and computers have been developed in order to permit routine use in color production problems. These new techniques are described. Some of the basic theory is reviewed, but the emphasis is on the practical application. The use of a colorant mixture computer is described in detail.

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© 1966 Society of Cosmetic Chemists
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists