Naphthenate Drier

A compound formed by the reaction of cobalt, manganese, or other metal with naphthenic acid, added as a drier in printing inks, that acts as a catalyst in the oxidation of chemicals in the printing ink vehicle, expediting the drying time of the ink.

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