Definition of alkyd in English:
Any of a group of synthetic polyester resins derived from various alcohols and acids, used in varnishes, paints, and adhesives.
- Modern paint media are based for the most part on synthetic alkyds (possibly oil-modified) and acrylics.
- The acrylic-modified waterborne alkyd is a hybrid resin prepared by the polymerization of at least one ethylenically unsaturated monomer in the presence of a waterborne alkyd having at least one pendant sulfonate functionality.
- The nonaqueous media include linseed or stand oils, dryers, varnish, alkyds, molten wax, organic solvent-based acrylic, epoxy, stains, and lacquers.
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