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Anomalous behaviour of ferrous stearate as a drier of surface coatings derived from linseed oil
Calisto Anthony Sanda
Written in English
M.Phil thesis. Typescript.
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Description. A hard, thermoplastic white powder prepared from tallow and um stearate forms gels with turpentine, mineral spirits, and has been used as a drier, thickener, emulsifier, and matting agent in paints and varnishes although excess amounts produce soft, noncohesive films. Aluminum stearate is also used to waterproof fabrics, ropes, . Vi PAINTS AND PEOTECTIVE COATINGS Ceramics, Glass, and Vitrified Clay Products 28 Concrete 29 Control of the Environment 30 Ventilation and Heat 30 Cathodic Protection 30 4,23 Galvanic or Bimetallic Corrosions 31 Use of Coating to Prevent Corrosion 32 Treatment of Water Systems to Prevent Corrosion 35 .
Aluminum stearate (aluminum di-stearate) is a white, wax-like powder (metallic soap) that dissolves in mineral spirits or hot oil. A small amount (2% or less) added to oil paint imparts a short, buttery consistency. It eliminates the separation of pigment and oil, . Full text of "Abstract bibliography of the chemistry and technology of tung products, " See other formats.
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Lead reduces the surface tension of linseed oil, but cobalt and manganese increase it. Mixed Driers. A combination of driers in often used to secure the best characteristics of all the driers present. Behaviour of waterproof breathable fabrics Fabric wetting. A waterproof textile surface is required to resist wetting by applied liquid water.
The surface is expected to be completely covered with a layer which is impermeable to water, water vapour and by: 2. Specifically, reactivity of zinc oxide with alkali-refined linseed oil, raw linseed oil, boiled linseed oil, polymerized linseed oil, stand oil, tung oil, and alkyd was studied between 4 days and.
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This may be due to the formation of Pb soaps from reactions of Pb 3 O 4 with the linseed oil fatty the surface of, oil paint for ferrous metals in combination with oil-based paints due to.Dirk Lechtenberg, Dr.
Hansjรถrg Diller. Alternative Fuels and Raw Materials Handbook for the Cement and Lime Industry. volume 1. Pageindd 1.Aluminum soaps were obtained by precipitation from sodium stearate (pHstearate and aluminum(III) chlo-ride was The obtained precipitate was separated by filtering on a Büchner funnel, washed with warm water and dried in laboratory and vacuum drier to the constant mass (8).