European Coatings Journal - 15.01.2020 | WORLD OF COLOUR


With the help of modern imaging mass spectrometry, the scientists have suc-ceeded in depicting dye compositions in historical textile samples as distributional images. For example, they can detect indigo dyes. Thousands of years ago people already liked to wear colourful clothes. This is what A. Kramell et al. found out in their study. People used colours from the animal and plant kingdoms for this purpose.
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