Characteristics of Paints Prepared from Lawsonia Pigment and Dammar from Dipterocarpus Grandifoleus

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In this work, lawsonia pigment obtained from Henna leaves was mixed with acrylic resin and a mixture of acrylic and dammar resins (RD50%) to form two paint systems BC30% and BDP30%. The two paint systems were characterized by potential-time measurements, impact resistance, glass transition temperature (Tg) and cross hatch tests.

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A.K. Arof and S.A. Hashim Ali

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290-293

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.517.290

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Z.H.Z. Abidin et al., "Characteristics of Paints Prepared from Lawsonia Pigment and Dammar from Dipterocarpus Grandifoleus", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 517, pp. 290-293, 2006

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June 2006

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