A DSC study of the effect of lead pigments on the drying of cold pressed linseed oil

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 2005, 80 (1), pp. 237 - 239
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2005-03-01
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Cold pressed linseed oil and paints prepared using the inorganic pigments; lead white and red lead, were characterized using non-isothermal differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) in an air atmosphere to determine the effect of the pigment on the oxidative polymerisation of the drying oil medium. For each paint sample, the onset temperature for oxidation was reduced from 166°C to the range 50 to 60°C when a heating rate of 5 K min-1 was used. In order to determine the rate of drying, the non-isothermal experiments were carried out using a range of heating rates. A change in the mechanism oxidative polymerization was observed as the heating rate was increased. © 2005 Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest.
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