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Universal use of lacquers and varnishes Reasons for
The elaidin test Influence of light upon the absorption
Oxidation of linseed oil Principal reasons for boiling lin
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90 per cent added adulterated alcohol allowed amber apparatus asphaltum becomes benzole bleaching boiled linseed oil boiler bottle caoutchouc carbon disulphide chemical coat colophony color coloring-matter colorless consists containing cool copal copal varnish cylinder dissolved distillation dried drying oils elemi engravings ether fat oils filter fire fluid formed fused gamboge glass gutta-percha heat i2mo Illustrated insoluble lacquer lampblack latter layer lead linseed oil litharge manganese mass mastic melted metallic mixture obtained odor oil of turpentine oxide oxygen Partially soluble pieces pipe plate portion powder precipitate prepared printing inks pumiced quantity of oil readily reservoir resin oil resin soap rubbed sandarac sealing-wax seed shellac small quantity solution solvent specific gravity spirits of wine steam stirring substances sulphuric acid surface temperature tion vapors varnish Venice turpentine vessel viscid volatile weight wood yellow