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Reactivity of earth and synthetic pigments with linseed oil

AuthorsLuxán, María Pilar de; Dorrego, F.
KeywordsWhite Lead
Metallic Soap
Chrome Yellow
Zinc White
Issue DateAug-1999
PublisherSpringer Nature
CitationSurface Coatings International - Part B 82: 390-402 (1999)
AbstractThe reaction of earth and synthetic pigments with lipidic binders (drying oils, egg yolk .... ) has been reported by numerous authors, s,2,3,<5.6 Generally, the formation of metallic soaps by the reaction of the pigments with the free fatty acids in binders has been assumed. Such metallic soaps are likely to act as driers, accelerating the drying and polymerization of the binder. Usually, and without much verification, pigments such as wtfite lead, umber, ochre, zinc oxide or manganese brovm 5/ are said to accelerate the drying of the binders and provide a hard and resistant pigmented film. The synthesis of metallic soaps and their use as drying agents has been commonplace; thus the Pb, Mn, and Co soaps are used as driers in industrial paints and artists' cdours7 However, there has been no systematic study of the reac tivity of the mineral pigments used in industrial paints and artists' colours.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02720147
Identifiersdoi: 10.1007/BF02720147
issn: 1476-4865
e-issn: 1356-0751
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