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Oleo chemicals as additives in paints and varnishes, etc: Part 1

Pigment & Resin Technology

ISSN: 0369-9420

Article publication date: 1 December 1990



Oleochemicals are derivatives of the components of vegetable, marine and animal oils and fats, glycerides, i.e. glycerol and fatty acids substantially, and include the fatty acids such as and their derivatives including fatty alcohols, fatty esters, amides, amines and other nitrogen derivatives and also the heavy metal soaps and the water soluble alkali metal soaps, polyoxyethylated materials, polyoxypropylated products, sulphated and sulphonated derivatives and the quarternary ammonium compounds. Although only normally used in small amounts, oleo chemicals are amongst the important raw materials, additives, for aiding the production of paints, capable of having a profound effect in these preparations.


Lower, E.S. (1990), "Oleo chemicals as additives in paints and varnishes, etc: Part 1", Pigment & Resin Technology, Vol. 19 No. 12, pp. 6-7.




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