lead naphthenate

lead naphthenate

[′led ′naf·thə‚nāt]
(materials)
Soft, combustible, alcohol-soluble, transparent, resinous material, melting about 100°C; made from addition of lead salt to solution of sodium naphthenate; used as a paint and varnish drier, wood preservative, catalyst, insecticide, and lubricating oil additive.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

lead naphthenate

A liquid drier added to paints containing drying oils to promote rapid drying and hardening.
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Cobalt octoate and lead naphthenate (Globe Products, India) were used as the driers.
Hyperbranched urethane alkyd-nanosilver (HBUANS)-based coating was prepared by mixing the silver benzoate (1 g) dispersed HBA resin having free hydroxyl groups with the isocyanate trimers (Desmodur N 3390) in an appropriate ratio along with catalysts such as of lead naphthenate (1.20 g), cobalt octoate (0.5 g) for oxidative curing and DBTL (0.025 g) for isocyanate curing for 100 g of the coating.
To this initial mixture of PG and TDI, lead naphthenate (0.02 wt% of PG content) was added, and temperature was adjusted to 45[degrees]C; then, the hydroxyl groups of PG were allowed to react for 45 min with the para-isocyanate group of TDI.