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Resins, Natural

  1. Klemens Fiebach1,
  2. Dieter Grimm2

Published Online: 15 JUN 2000

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.a23_073

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

How to Cite

Fiebach, K. and Grimm, D. 2000. Resins, Natural. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    Lackharzwerke Robert Kraemer, Bremen, Federal Republic of Germany

  2. 2

    Abieta Chemie GmbH, Gersthofen, Federal Republic of Germany

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 JUN 2000

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Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Introduction
2.Systematics and Classification
3.Formation - Collection
4.Individual Resins
4.1.AcaroidResin
4.2.Amber
4.3.Asphaltite
4.4.Balsam of Peru
4.5.Balsamof Tolu
4.6.Benzoin
4.7.CanadaBalsam
4.8.Chinese or Japanese Lacquer
4.9.Copal
4.10.Damar
4.11.Dragon'sBlood Resin
4.12.Elemi
4.13.Frankincense(Olibanum)
4.14.Galbanum
4.15.Labdanum
4.16.Mastic
4.17.Myrrh
4.18.Sandarac
4.19.Shellac
4.20.Styrax(Storax)
4.21.Utah Resin
4.22.Venice Turpentine (Larch Turpentine)
5.Rosin (Colophony)
5.1.Occurrence
5.2.Collection - Extraction
5.2.1.GumRosin
5.2.2.Wood Rosin
5.2.3.Tall-Oil Rosin
5.3.Composition
5.4.Properties
5.5.Modified Rosin Types
5.5.1.Rosinates
5.5.2.Rosin Esters
5.5.3.Maleic Acid Adducts (Maleics)
5.5.4.Rosin-Modified Phenolic Rosins
5.5.5.Polymerized - Dimerized Rosins
5.5.6.Hydrogenated Rosins
5.5.7.Disproportionated Rosins
5.5.8.Rosin Alcohols
5.5.9.Rosin Acid Nitrile, RosinAmine
5.6.Economic Aspects
5.7.Toxicology and Food Regulations
5.8.Analysis
5.8.1.Melting-Point Determination
5.8.2.Crystallization Test (Acetone Test)
5.8.3.Other Methods