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Acrylic resins a.k.a. Acrylic resin: Acrylic resins are a group of related thermoplastic or thermosetting plastic substances derived from acrylic acid, methacrylic acid or other related compounds. Polymethyl acrylate is an acrylic resin used in an emulsed form for lacquer, textile finishes, adhesives and, when mixed with clay, to gloss paper. Another acrylic resin is polymethyl methacrylate, which is used to make hard plastics with various light transmitting properties.
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Acrylic resins vary from hard, brittle solids to fibrous, elastic structures to thick liquids, depending on the method of polymerization. Used in waxy oils, base coats, dyes, protective coatings, and waterproofing of fabrics and paper. Also usedas a ...
A Dictionary of Chemistry (2016)
by Richard Rennie, Jonathan Law
acrylic resins Synthetic resins made by polymerizing esters or other. Acrilan A ...
by Taniya Sachdeva
Acrylic resins It is a group of related thermoplastics ( resins) generated through chemical reaction by applying polymerization initiator and ...
by Jan W. Gooch
Ethylene Glycol Diacetate n A very slowly evaporating solvent for cellulosic and acrylic resins, sometimes used as a fugitive plasticizer for vinyls and acrylics. Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether Stearate Ethylene Glycol Dibenzoate n A.
by Michael Ash, Irene Ash
Poly- acrylic resins. Urad. [DSM Resins UK Ltd.] Additives. Uradfl. PSM Resins UK Ltd.] Uralacs for waterboroe systems. Uradur. [DSM Resins UK Ltd.] Moisture-cure polyurethane resins, polyiso- cyanate resins for one ...
by Herman F. Mark
Epoxy-functional acrylic resins are made by using glycidyl methacrylate (GMA) as a comonomer. Epoxidized soy and linseed oils are used ...
by Robert A. Lewis
Properties: Acrylic resins vary from hard, brittle solids to fibrous, elastomeric structures to viscous liquids, depending on the monomer used and the method of polymerization. A distinctive property of cast sheet and extruded rods of acrylic resin ...
by Mel Schwartz
Acrylic resins or acrylate resins are stable and resistant to chemicals. They do not cloud or fade in light when used ...
by Stuart M. Lee
Acrylate Resins See ACRYLIC RESINS. Acrylates (1) Acrylic acid esters. (2) Metallic salts of acrylic acid. Acrylic A synthetic resin from acrylic acid or a derivative thereof. Clarity is the ...
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