Latex: Its Occurrence, Collection, Properties and Technical Applications
The most important rubber, gutta percha and balata trees. The collection of latex. The physical and chemical properties of latex. The non-rubber constituents of latex. The less-important latices. The coagulation of the latex. The preparation of "whole latex rubber". Preservation and shipping of latex...
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THE MOST IMPORTANT RUBBER GUTTA PERCHA AND BALATA TREES
THE COLLECTION OF LATEX
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