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lntroduction Chapter l The Latex
A Composition of latex 6030 2 The rubberhydrocarbon
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acetic acid added Agric alum amounts of acid anti-coagulant Arch B. J. EATON BEADLE and H. P. bisulphite cause Ceyl changes chemical clot coagulation with acetic coagulum colour composition crepe cure and viscosity decrease diluting the latex dry rubber effect enzyme estates F. W. F. DAY factors figures flocculation formalin formed formic acid further G. S. WHITBY gives H. P. STEVENS heating HELLENDOORN Hevea-latex hydrochloric acid increase in rate influence inner properties instance J. S. Ch Koll latices liter of latex matured rubber mentioned method of preparation milling normal obtained original latex oxydation practice proteins quantities rate of cure rolled rubber-content samples serum serum-substances sheet-rubber slab smoke constituents smoked sheet soaking sodium sodium sulphite specific gravity spontaneous coagulation standard substances sugar sulphuric acid tapping temperature tensile strength trees undiluted latex uniform unsmoked sheet VRIES weight whilst