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J. Kozieł, l. Mazgajska, H. Szczepańska


Possibilities of reprocessing of home-made linseed post-refinement acids into a fully valuable raw material

for paint and lacquer industries

Polimery
1985, No 8, 320


DOI: dx.doi.org/10.14314/polimery.1985.320

Summary

Industrial wastes of linseed post-refinement acids were cleaved and distilled, and then used for the production of alkyd resins for lacquers (enamels). The industrial repro­cessing of linseed postrefinement acids requires protective conditions, such as nitrogen atmosphere or lowered pressu­re, since the raw material tends to polymerize at elevated temperature.


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