The object of the work remains essentially the same as that of earlier editions, namely, to present a general framework which can be filled in, if desired, by a study of more specialised works or original papers. The text is illustrated, wherever possible, with typical examples of coatings for various end uses but the book is not claimed to be a comprehensive treatise nor are the examples quoted necessarily the best for any particular application, Paint formulation allows considerable latitude in the selection and proportioning of ingredients and the formulations are put forward in good faith but without liability since conditions of manufacture and use are not within the authors control. The general structure of the work follows that of earlier editions. Chapters 1-13 discuss materials and 14-27 are concerned with finished products, application, substrates and uses. The following comments are of general interest.
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