Autoxidation of Alkyd Resins Catalyzed by Iron(II) Bispidine Complex: Drying Performance and In-depth Infrared Study

A new iron(II) bispidine complex with increased solubility in various organic solvents has been prepared and characterized by the spectroscopic methods and the X-ray crystallography. In-depth infrared study together with mechanical tests demonstrated the excellent catalytic performance of the iron compound in autoxidation process and established it as the potent drier suitable for solvent-borne alkyd binders. This study further reports the 2D-correlation analysis of the time-resolved infrared spectra, which was used for the first time for detailed analysis of the autoxidation process mechanism.

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Volume 111, October 2017, Pages 361–370


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