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RESIN
RESIN structure
CAS No.
Chemical Name:
RESIN
Synonyms
RESIN;DISP30;FURANE RESIN
CBNumber:
CB5280148
Molecular Formula:
C6H8N3O2R
Formula Weight:
154.15
MOL File:
Mol file

RESIN Properties

storage temp. 
2-8°C
form 
saline suspension

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RESIN Chemical Properties,Uses,Production

Chemical Properties

It has no definite melting point and no tendency to crystallize.

Uses

resin is used to give gloss, flow, adhesion, and water resistance to cosmetics. This is a brittle substance, usually translucent or transparent, that can be found in nature or synthetically manufactured. Among the natural resins are dammar, elemi, and sandarac, which are formed from the hardened secretions of these plants. Toxicity and allergenicity depend on the source used.

Definition

A yellowish insoluble organic compound exuded by trees as a viscous liquid that gradually hardens on exposure to air to form a brittle amorphous solid. Synthetic resins are artificial polymers used in making adhesives, insulators and paints. See also rosin.

Definition

resin: A synthetic or naturally occurringpolymer. Synthetic resins areused in making plastics. Naturalresins are acidic chemicals secretedby many trees (especially conifers)into ducts or canals. They are foundeither as brittle glassy substances ordissolved in essential oils. Their functionsare probably similar to those ofgums and mucilages.

Definition

A semisolid or solid complex amorphous mix of organic compounds.

Industrial uses

Originally a category of vegetable substancessoluble in ethanol but insoluble in water, resinin modern technology is generally an organicpolymer of indeterminate molecular weight.The class of flammable, amorphous secretionsof conifers or legumes are considered true resins,and include kauri, copal, dammar, mastic,guaiacum, jalap, colophony, shellac, andnumerous less well-known substances. Waterswellablesecretions of various plants, especiallythe Burseraceae, are called gum resinsand include myrrh and olibanum The officialresins are benzoin, guaiac, mastic, and resin.Other natural resins are copal, dammar,dragon’s blood, elaterium, lac, and sandarac.The natural vegetable resins are largely polyterpenesand their acid derivatives, which find application in the manufacture of lacquers,adhesives, varnishes, and inks.

RESIN Preparation Products And Raw materials

Raw materials

Preparation Products


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