alkyd

NOUN
  1. a durable synthetic resin widely used in adhesives and paints
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  • The chalkydri bobbed its feathered head and chittered in rapid, high-pitched tones, an aural hummingbird. Etched in Bone
  • Polyesterification products polyester carboxylic acid or phtalic acid and alkohols instable to some organic compounds, when unsaturated epoxy resins epichlorhydrin, phenols stable alkyd resins maleic acid and phtalic acid, multivalent alcohols medium resistance to solvents and alcohols 3. Plastic materials
  • The acrylic-modified waterborne alkyd is a hybrid resin prepared by the polymerization of at least one ethylenically unsaturated monomer in the presence of a waterborne alkyd having at least one pendant sulfonate functionality.
  • Resourceful C5 petroleum resin is used to modify alkyd resin to get quick-drying enamel with high performances.
  • The 374-3 alkyd resin made from Tall oil and polyester reject is applied in Iron Red Alkyd Resin Primer. The coating's film has excellent properties.
  • Modern paint media are based for the most part on synthetic alkyds (possibly oil-modified) and acrylics.
  • Executed in oil, alkyd, acrylic, gesso and charcoal, the series is united by the placement in each horizontal canvas of a dominant graphic cruciform shape that interacts with smaller and typically less readily nameable forms.
  • If the acrylic prepolymer is used to modify the alkyd resins, only the function degree of the prepolymer is an unknown parameter.
  • Vija Celmins, "Dark Galaxy," 2000-10, alkyd oil on canvas 15 x 1/4 x 18 1/4 ' Sharon L. Butler: Vija Celmins: The Artist and a Human Gesture
  • The nonaqueous media include linseed or stand oils, dryers, varnish, alkyds, molten wax, organic solvent-based acrylic, epoxy, stains, and lacquers.
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