Ketone Resin N

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[BASF] Brand name for a Polycyclohexanone resin that was manufactured from 1967 to 1982. Ketone Resin N replaced AW-2 then was itself replaced by Laropal K-80 (de la Rie and Shedrinsky 1989). Ketone Resin N is prepared by the polycondensation of cyclohexanone. It is more brittle and susceptible to oxidation than the modified polycyclohexanones such as MS2A. Ketone Resin N was used in the original BEVA® 371 formulation.

Synonyms and Related Terms

resina cetona (Esp.); Laropal K-80

Additional Information

º E.R. de la Rie, A.M. Shedrinsky, 'The chemistry of ketone resins and the synthesis of a derivative with increased stability and flexibility' Studies in Conservation 34:9-19, 1989.

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • Conservation Materials Ltd., Catalog
  • Teri Hensick, contributed information, 1998

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