A chemical containing a carboxyl group (-COOH) capable of reacting with bases or other
chemicals that can accept protons. These acids are weaker than mineral acids and are used for
many purposes, such as in the synthesis of resins and additives used in coatings. Cobalt, zinc,
zirconium, and other salts of some of these acids are used as driers in alkyd paints.

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