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Boiled linseed 49 OIL. oil. This material must contain nothing but kettle- 1. boiled pure linseed oil, and lead, or manganese oxides or borates, or both, in chemical combination, but not in suspension. Raw 2. known mixed with turpentine or benzine dryer, " "Bung Boiled" or Bung-hole Boiled" will oil as not be accepted. Its specific gravity 3. at 60 4. and 5. 5%) residue after ignition. The salts of lead and manganese must not exceed four per cent (4%) 6. 950 F. The by weight. total weight of linseed oil in the boiled oil must not be less than ninety-six per cent (96%).
1891, 10, 804) or by Cladding's method (Amer. Chem. , 3, 416). of silver resinate in ether, while the silver salts of fatty acids are insoluble. 56 Soya-bean oil. This oil has come into use quite Its chemical and largely during the last two years. so are like those of linseed physical properties nearly oil that it is difficult to detect it with certainty when mixed with linseed oil. In such mixtures "the spot test exhibits a yellowish-green fluorescent color which is clearly recognized, but in the presence of a rosin drier this reaction is seed oil masked.
The evil effects of by failure sulphate of have been fully discussed by the writer in his work devoted to Zinc and Lead Pigments, Chapters XVI and XVII; therefore they need not be discussed zinc here. 40. Carbonate of soda and caustic soda. These two substances are perhaps more generally used than any of the others. The conversion of a portion of the linseed oil into a water-soluble soap necessarily results in decreasing the life or wearing value of the paint in which the above ingredients may be used.