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The Era Formulary: 5000 Formulas for Druggists - Page 337
edited by - 1893 - 462 pages
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The Chemical Trade Journal, Volume 7

Chemical engineering - 1890
...by taking bisulphide of carbon 10 parts, oil of turpentine I part, and dissolving in this sufficient gutta-percha to form a paste. The manner of using...are then roughened and the cement lightly spread on. The two pieces are then joined, and subjected till dry to a slight pressure. A solution of gutta-percha...
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Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the ..., Volumes 31-39

American Pharmaceutical Association - 1891
...bisulphide of carbon, 10 parts, oil of turpentine t part, and dissolving in this sufficient gutta percha to form a paste. The manner of using this cement is...by placing on the leather a piece of rag, and then nibbing it over with a hot iron. The rag thus absorbs the grease, and the two pieces are then roughened...
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Proceedings: General Index to Volumes One to Fifty of the Proceedings of the ...

American Pharmaceutical Association - 1891 - 592 pages
...bisulphide of carbon, 10 parts, oil of turpentine i part, and dissolving in this sufficient gutta percha to form a paste. The manner of using this cement is...by placing on the leather a piece of rag, and then nibbing it over with a hot iron. The rag thus absorbs the grease, and the two pieces are then roughened...
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The Scientific American Cyclopedia of Receipts, Notes and Queries

Albert Allis Hopkins - Industrial arts - 1901 - 734 pages
...bisulphide of carbon 10 parts, oil of turpentine 1 part, and dissolving in this sufficient gutta percha to form a paste. The manner of using this cement is...leather by placing on the leather a piece of rag and rubbing it over with a hot iron. The rag thus absorbs the grease, and the two pieces are then roughened...
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American Library Edition of Workshop Receipts: Being a Complete ..., Volume 5

Industrial arts - 1903
...by taking bisulphide of carbon 10 parts, oil of turpentine 1 part, and dissolving in this sufficient guttapercha to form a paste. The manner of using this...cement is to remove any grease that may be present on the leather by placing on the leather a piece of rag and then rubbing it over with a hot iron. The...
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Western Druggist, Volume 13

1891
...bisulphide of carbon, 10 parts; oil of turpentine, I part, and dissolving in this sufficient gutta percha to form a paste. The manner of using this cement is...then rubbing it over with a hot iron. The rag thus The India Rubber World. AND GUTTA PERCHA.* absorbs the grease, and the two pieces are then roughened...
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