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General
  • Drying oil is a kind of vegetable oil which drys in normal temperature. Linceed oil, Poppy oil, Walnut oil, Sunflower oil and Safflower oil are known as typical drying oil.
  • Other kind of oils do not dry in normal temperature. Drying oil is the basic vehicle of oil paints. The more you incrude this
    oil into paints, the more the paints have transparensy and glossy.
  • Drying oil can be increased its ablity by bleaching under the sun, heating to high temrelature or boiling. Bleached drying
    oil is called "Sun-Bleached oil" or "Sun-Thickened oil". Heated one is called "Stand oil".
     

Process

  • Small-scale oilseed processing is of interest as a potential on-farm or community enterprise that can increase income and
    employment in rural areas .
  • Many seeds, nuts, and kernels contain oil that can be extracted and used in cooking, as an ingredient in other foods, as a
    nutritional supplement, and as a raw material for the manufacture of soap, body and hair oils, detergents, and paints.
  • Some of these oils may also be used to replace certain petroleum based lubricants and fuels. Currently, biodiesel, which is
    esterified vegetable oil, has found a market niche because its use reduces some noxious exhaust emissions.

Market

  • Painters employed drying oils such as walnut oil and linseed oil occasionally for special effects from the twelfth to the
    fourteenth centuries.
  • During the fifteenth century oil painting was increasingly used as a fine arts medium, and in the sixteenth century it became  the principal painting method in northern Europe and Italy.

Report

  • Studies on the model compounds showed that DEAE can react with the acidic components of paintings, in particular with the resin acids in natural resin varnishes, and free fatty carboxylic acid in drying oils.
  • However, DEAE does not react with carboxylic esters of glycerol, and therefore is unlikely to react with the triglyceride
    esters that comprise the major component of drying oils.

     

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