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Authors Preface Introduction
The History of Printing Ink
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acetate alcohol alkalies alkyd alumina alumina hydrate barium barium chloride blanc fixe bleed blue boiling carbon black cellulose chemical chloride chrome cobalt cobalt drier compounds considerable consistency contain dilute dispersion dissolved dried dry color drying oils dyestuff esters fatty acids film filter flexographic gloss glycerin grades grease grinding heat important ink maker ink vehicles insoluble lake lake pigments light linseed oil Lithographic varnish lithopones material ment metal method methyl methyl violet mill mixer mixing mixture naphthol nitrocellulose obtained offset oil absorption oil or varnish oxide paper paste drier percent percentage phenolic plate precipitation preparation press inks printing inks produced properties resistance roller rolls rosin rubber sample shade sheets small amount sodium soluble solution solvents specific gravity sulfate sulfuric sulfuric acid surface synthetic resins temperature thixotropy tinctorial strength tion toner viscosity washed wetting yellow zinc