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  • blends of epoxidized alkyd resins based on jatropha oil

    Blends of Epoxidized Alkyd Resins Based on Jatropha Oil

    Alkyd resins with 100% phthalic anhydride were prepared from jatropha oil by two-stage alcoholysis–polyesterification reactions. To improve the performance characteristics, resins were blended with different wt % of epoxidized jatropha oil (EJO) and aqueous citric acid solution without the addition of any other catalyst or solvent. Blending was facilitated via epoxidation of the alkyd resins

  • blends of epoxidized alkyd resins based on jatropha oil

    Blends of Epoxidized Alkyd Resins Based on Jatropha Oil

    Alkyd resins with 100% phthalic anhydride were prepared from jatropha oil by two-stage alcoholysis–polyesterification reactions. To improve the performance characteristics, resins were blended with different wt % of epoxidized jatropha oil (EJO) and aqueous citric acid solution without the addition of any other catalyst or solvent.

  • blends of epoxidized alkyd resins based on jatropha oil

    Blends of Epoxidized Alkyd Resins Based on Jatropha Oil

    Request PDF | Blends of Epoxidized Alkyd Resins Based on Jatropha Oil and the Epoxidized Oil Cured with Aqueous Citric Acid Solution: A Green Technology Approach | Alkyd resins with 100% phthalic

  • jatropha curcas oil based alkyd/epoxy resin/expanded graphite

    Jatropha curcas oil based alkyd/epoxy resin/expanded graphite

    Blends of Epoxidized Alkyd Resins Based on Jatropha Oil and the Epoxidized Oil Cured with Aqueous Citric Acid Solution: A Green Technology Approach Article Feb 2015

  • biodegradable bioepoxy resins based on epoxidized natural oil

    Biodegradable bioepoxy resins based on epoxidized natural oil

    Several researchers described the utilization of citric acid to crosslink starch, cellulose fibres , more recently, Gogoi et al. (2015) described the blends of epoxidized alkyd resins from jatropha oil and epoxidized oil cured with aqueous citric acid solution.

  • bio‐processing aids based on jatropha seed oil and its

    Bio‐processing aids based on jatropha seed oil and its

    Blends of Epoxidized Alkyd Resins Based on Jatropha Oil and the Epoxidized Oil Cured with Aqueous Citric Acid Solution: A Green Technology Approach Article Feb 2015

  • ultrasound assisted synthesis of epoxidized sunflower oil

    Ultrasound assisted synthesis of epoxidized sunflower oil

    Plant oil-based plasticizers include epoxidized oils and epoxidized fatty acid esters from soybean oil [20,21], rubber seed oil [22], linseed oil [18], and sunflower oil [23].

  • solvent and catalyst-free synthesis of sunflower oil based

    Solvent and catalyst-free synthesis of sunflower oil based

    Bio-based Non-Isocyanate Polyurethanes (NIPUs) were synthesized by bulk polyaddition of diamine with carbonated sunflower oil (CSFO). Carbonated vegetable oils were obtained by solvent-free mixture reaction of CO 2 with epoxidized sunflower oil under the conditions (120 °C, 50 bar) and characterized by FTIR, 1 H NMR, and 13 C NMR.

  • physicochemical properties of jatropha oil-based polyol

    Physicochemical Properties of Jatropha Oil-Based Polyol

    A low cost, abundant, and renewable vegetable oil source has been gaining increasing attention due to its potential to be chemically modified to polyol and thence to become an alternative replacement for the petroleum-based polyol in polyurethane production. In this study, jatropha oil-based polyol (JOL) was synthesised from non-edible jatropha oil by a two steps process, namely epoxidation

  • modified vegetable oil based additives as a future polymeric

    Modified Vegetable Oil Based Additives as a Future Polymeric

    Modified Alkyd Resins as the Versatile Coating Materials derived from Vegetable Oils; 2017 [47] Bioplasitcizer Epoxidized Vegetable Oils–Based Poly (Lactic Acid) Blends and Nanocomposites; 2017 [48] Vegetable Oil‐Based Polymer Composites: Synthesis, Properties and Their Applications

  • bio-renewable sources for synthesis of eco-friendly

    Bio-Renewable Sources for Synthesis of Eco-Friendly

    2.2. Jatropha Oil. Jatropha oil-based polyol was prepared using two different methods, that is, hydroxylation followed by either alcoholysis or epoxidation of jatropha oil. Epoxidation method of jatropha oil-based polyol had been described in the literature [122] .

  • vegetable oil based eco-friendly coating materials: a review

    Vegetable oil based eco-friendly coating materials: A review

    Vegetable oil based eco-friendly coating materials: A review article - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. Vegetable oils (VO) constitute the single, largest, easily available, low cost, non-toxic, non-depletable, biodegradable family yielding materials that are capable of competing with fossil fuel derived petro-based products.

  • thermal stability of polyurethanes based on vegetable oils

    Thermal stability of polyurethanes based on vegetable oils

    A series of polyurethanes from polyols derived from soybean, corn, safflower, sunflower, peanut, olive, canola, and castor oil were prepared, and their thermal stability in air and nitrogen assessed by thermogravimetric analysis, FTIR, and GC/MS. Oil‐based polyurethanes generally had better initial thermal stability (below 10% weight loss) in air than the polypropylene oxide‐based