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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Hardness test results were given in Table 6 as Konig second for AD and OC alkyd resin films.
Wang, ST, Schork, FJ, Poehlein, GW, Gooch, JW, "Emulsion and Miniemulsion Copolymerization of Acrylic Monomers in the Presence of Alkyd Resin.
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.
12) Properties for an ideal reactive diluent include low intrinsic viscosity, good compatibility with alkyd resins, no evaporation during drying, and accelerated dry time.
9 Skin Prevention Results in a Long Oil Alkyd Resin without 0.
In the composite layer sample system, alkyd resin film and HDPE film were not chemically bonded but physically intact due to different polarities, as well as the presence of air between the two films.
3]] + bpy 1 h 15 min 3 h 5 h (a) The drying time was measured in a clear varnish based on Uralac AD 152 WS-40 from DSM Resins (a medium oil alkyd resin based on soy-bean oil, 47% oil) (b) Commercial cobalt combination drier (c) Commercial manganese combination drier (d) Commercial manganese drier based on manganese 2-ethylhexanoate and bipyridine
We have studied five types of solvent based alkyd enamel coatings, classified as conventional enamels, high-solids enamels, enamels with reactive diluents, interpenetrating networks (made with mixtures of alkyd resins and acrylic resins) and modified (styrenated, acrylated, etc.
In an experiment, an alkyd conversion varnish had part of the alkyd resin replaced with an acrylic resin at 0% (control), 10%, 20%, and 30% on resin solids.
To obtain high-solid paints, it is important to decrease the intrinsic viscosity of the alkyd resin.
Alkyd resin is one of the most popular components for waterborne coating systems [43], and most types of modified alkyds can be turned into water reducible form [19].