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CELLULOSE ESTERS AND ETHERS
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abietic acid acrylic addition adhesion alcohol alkyd resins amino resin amylopectin amylose application aqueous baking butanol butyl carbon carboxyl castor oil catalyst cellulose acetate butyrate Chem chemical coating colloid color commercial compatibility composition compounds conjugated containing copolymer cross-linking dibutyl phthalate diluent dispersion double bond drying oils durability emulsion enamels epoxy ester ether ethyl cellulose ethylene fatty acids finishes formulation gloss glycerol glycol grades groups heat hydrocarbons hydroxyl increase ketone latex linseed oil maleic anhydride melamine resin metal method modified molecular weight molecules monomer nitrocellulose lacquers Oil Chemists organosol oxide paint paper particles phenolic phthalate pigment plasticizer plastisols polymer polymerization ratio reaction resistance solids solubility solvent solvent mixture stability starch styrene substrate surface Table temperature tion Toluene tung oil typical unsaturation urea urea-formaldehyde resin varnishes vinyl acetate vinyl resins vinyl solution viscosity wash primers