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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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Viscosity values of AP-, AGP-, and AHP-based alkyd resins were determined by a "Brookfield RVT Rotational Viscometer" as well as viscosity value of EG-based alkyd resin (reference resin).
(30.) Yamauchi, T, Sato, Y, Koizumi, K, "Alkyd Resin using Mono- and Dioctadienyl Esters of Good Hardness.
Hydrolysis products of waste PET were used for preparation of the alkyd resins. Five long oil alkyd resins were prepared from PA (reference alkyd resin) or hydrolysis products of waste PET and PA (different ratios) (PET-based alkyd resin), PE, SOFA, and EG.
3b, the functional groups present in alkyd resins, band at 3460.3 [cm.sup.-1] corresponds to -OH functional group, bands at 2920.5 [cm.sup.-1] and 2849.5 [cm.sup.-1] corresponds to -CH stretching, bands at 1744.3 [cm.sup.-1] and 1138.3 [cm.sup.-1] are assigned to -C=O and C-O stretching vibrations of ester group, respectively.
Tanase, S, Bouwman, E, Reedijk, J, "Role of Additives in Cobalt-mediated Oxidative Cross-linking of Alkyd Resins." Appl.
where [R.sub.m] and [T.sub.m] represent the reflectance and transmittance of the sample film (alkyd resin film/HDPE film), respectively.
9 Skin Prevention Results in a Long Oil Alkyd Resin without 0.5 0.15% MEKO 1.3 0.5% MEKO 6.0 0.07% AAO 0.5 0.14% AAO 2.0 0.27% AAO 4.0 Level of Anti-Skinning Agent MEKO = Methyl Ethyl Ketoxime AAO = Advanced Antioxidant Fig.
"Resin Composition Comaining an Alkyd Resin and a Reactive Diluent." EP 0685543 A2 to DSM NV.
Alkyd resins that are PA-based are utilized in lacquers and paints which go into fixture applications, furniture, machinery and architectural applications.
In this study the novel long oil alkyd resin developed for the 250 g/L paint is a 100% solids long oil with a dry time of 12-15 hours.
There are many studies on waterborne/water reducible binary hybrid systems such as acrylic/alkyd [43, 48-63], epoxy/alkyd [64-66], phenolic/alkyd [67], silicone/alkyd [68, 69], urethane/alkyd [70-72], epoxy/acrylic [47], and urethane/acrylic [47]; and ternary hybrid systems such as polyurethane/alkyd/acrylic [73, 74], silicone/acrylate/alkyd [75], and polysiloxane/urethane/alkyd [76], However, there are only a few studies on "oil modified" waterborne alkyd emulsion [77, 78] and "oil modified" water reducible alkyd resin [5].
The solids content of an SB alkyd can be practically increased by reducing the viscosity of the neat alkyd resin, thereby reducing the amount of solvent needed to bring the viscosity to a reasonable level.