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Title: Sulphonated lignin based screen ink formulations
Authors: Mandavgane, S A
Gogte, B B
Subramanian, D
Keywords: Alkyd resin
Black liquor
Linseed oil
Screen ink
Issue Date: May-2007
Publisher: CSIR
Series/Report no.: C09D11/00, C08G
Abstract: An attempt is made to develop a screen ink composition, based on lignin obtained from black liquor as a partial replacement for conventional alkyd resin. Lignin has been used as a replacement for alkyd resin to an extent of 35%. Unlike the conventional alkyd resin, efforts were made to prepare a novel alkyd resin with short oil length (20%) using chain stopper. The overall consumption of petroleum solvent in ink is around 16% which is much lesser than conventional ink which utilizes around 40% solvent. The physicochemical and film properties of ink have been studied and compared with commercial sample. The cost of the present product is less than the conventional product.
Description: 321-324
ISSN: 0971–457X
Appears in Collections:IJCT Vol.14(3) [May 2007]

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