alkyd resin


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alkyd resin

[′al·kəd ′rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
A class of adhesive resins made from unsaturated acids and glycerol.

alkyd resin

One of a group of thermoplastic synthetic resins; used in bonding materials, in adhesives, and in paints and varnishes.
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To obtain high-solid paints, it is important to decrease the intrinsic viscosity of the alkyd resin.
Selecting oils that offer a greater level of unsaturated fatty acid chains is a known method in the art of alkyd design to speed crosslinking processes and improve end properties in a drying alkyd resin.
Long drying oil alkyd resins are prepared using unsaturated oils.
Wang, ST, Schork, FJ, Poehlein, GW, Gooch, JW, "Emulsion and Miniemulsion Copolymerization of Acrylic Monomers in the Presence of Alkyd Resin.
Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) was carried out by Linsesis STA PT 1750 model apparatus under air at a rate of 10[degrees]C min-1 with about 20 mg of alkyd resin samples.
Formulations were performed, both with and without metal driers, to determine reactive diluent influence on the alkyd resin system in terms of viscosity, dry time, and film properties.
The film formation for an alkyd resin is depicted in Figure 2.
Overhaul coating on single windows, interior and exterior, ground wood, alkyd resin.
To meet initial VOC-reduction requirements, alkyd resin suppliers first developed high solids solventborne and water-reducible products.
Alkyd resin products are used in a wide range of paint products with applications in decorative, maintenance and contractor paints where excellent gloss and good durability are required.
The coating system containing oil alkyd resin system is provided.