PubChem Compound Summary - COBALT NAPHTHENATE. KEMI - Swedish Chemicals Agency Naphthenates are sorts of carboxylic acids which contain saturated cyclic hydrocarbons such as cyclopentane and cyclohexane; acids of this kind are known as naphthenic acids.
Effective wood roof shake or shingle preservative treatments include copper naphthenate with a 3 to 4% metal content and copper octoate with a 1 to 2% metal content. These can be brushed on or dipped (before installation) or professionally applied with spray equipment. Semitransparent Oil-Based Preservative Stains on Wood Roofs
Cobalt naphthenate is a brown powder or a bluish-red solid. It is easily ignited and once ignited can burn profusely. It is used to make paints and varnish.
The accelerators, or promoters, are almost always a form of cobalt metal salt (cobalt naphthenate, cobalt octoate, or cobalt neodecanoate). Usually the cobalt accelerator is added at about 0.01 phr (parts per hundred resin), although the amount varies depending on the finished product.
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Cobalt(II) naphthenate is a mixture of cobalt (II) derivatives of naphthenic acids. These coordination complexes are widely used as oil drying agents for the autoxidative crosslinking of drying oils. Metal naphthenates are not well defined in conventional chemical sense that they are mixtures.
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