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Accroides

Definition of the noun accroides

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noun - plural: -

  1. an alcohol-soluble resin from Australian trees; used in varnishes and in manufacturing paper

Alternative definition of the noun accroides

noun

  1. acaroid resin

Phrases with Accroides

  1. accroides gum
  2. accroides resin
  3. gum accroides

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Google previewAn Introduction to the Chemistry of Paints (1910)

by John Newton Friend

Gum Accroides is the resinous exudation of several Australian trees, and is used in preparing dark gold lacquers and yellow varnishes, both alone and in conjunction with gamboge. Several varieties are known, which are all soluble in alcohol, ...

Google previewIndustrial and Manufacturing Chemistry (1920)

by Geoffrey Martin

Gum Accroides is the resinous secretion of certain Australian trees, and finds application in the manufacture of dark gold lacquers and yellow varnishes. The prefix “gum” is a misnomer. One of the palest and most important of the New Zealand ...

Google previewPaint, Oil and Drug Review (1911)

Like Dragon's Blood, it is used for coloring varnishes, and water-color artists employ it as a pigment Gum Accroides is the resinous secretion of certain Australian trees, and finds application in the manufacture of dark gold lacquers and yellow ...

Google previewDictionary of Chemicals and Raw Products Used in the Manufacture of Paints, Colours, Varnishes and Allied Preparations (1901)

by George Henry Hurst

GUM ACCROIDES, — This gum is also known as black bey gum, Xanthorrhea resin, etc. The gum, or rather resin, is obtained from several species of Xanthorrhea trees, which are natives of Australia. It has of late years been largely imported ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design (1994)

Volume 48 - Residual Refining and Processing to Safety: Operating Discipline by John J. McKetta Jr

YACCA gum (red gum accroides), xanthan gum. mastic (mas- tiche or mastix), manila nubs (including loba c manila gum), a-copal (processed manila gum), pontianak nubs, damar (waxed and dewaxed), gym elemi. and various other materials ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Polymers (2010)

by Jan W. Gooch

Yacca Gum See ▷Accroides. Yardage \·yär-dij\ n (1867) The amount or length of a fabric expressed in yards. Yard Denier n The denier of a filament yarn. It is the product of the denier per filament and the number of filaments in the yarn.

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Pyrotechnics (2012)

(and Related Subjects) by K.L. Kosanke, Barry T. Sturman, Robert M. Winokur, B.J. Kosanke

– {CAS 900020-8} – (Also acaroid resin, accroid, accroides gum, gum accroides, Yacca gum, Yacca resin or Botany Bay resin) Red gum is an important fuel in fireworks. It is a natural, reddish-brown ...

Google previewThe Condensed Chemical Dictionary (1920)

A Reference Volume for All Requiring Quick Access to a Large Amount of Essential Data Regarding Chemicals, and Other Substances Used in Manufacturing and Laboratory Work by Francis Mills Turner

accroides. Xanthoxylin.* Color and properties: Brown powder. Soluble in alcohol. Derivation: Purified alcoholic extraction of prickly ash bark. Grades: Technical. Containers: Glass bottles. Uses: Medicine. Fire hazard: None. Railroad ...

Google previewRājapāla aṅgrezī-Hindī pāribhāshika śabdakośa (1995)

by Hardev Bahri

этГчщчЧ <1т4 accroides gum п. 3í*ns1*T accrual а.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1905)

A universal reference library comprising the arts and sciences ... commerce, etc., of the world by George Edwin Rines, Frederick Converse Beach

Box-elder, or Ash-leaved Maple (Negundo accroides), a tree of the natural order Sapin- dacea, common from the Atlantic coast to the Rocky Mountains. It attains a height of 70 feet, bears pendulous corymbs of staminate flowers and drooping ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1883)

by John Ogilvie

accroides, also known as Acer Negundo, is a Small but ...

Google previewA dictionary of applied chemistry (1913)

by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe

copal, dammar, benzoin, accroides, elemi, colophony, ...

Google previewThe world-wide encyclopedia and gazetteer (1908)

by William Harrison De Puy

BOX-ELDER, a common name, applied to Negundo accroides, a tree of the family Sapindaceic, but 553 sometimes separated, with its nearest ally (Acer) — the.

Google previewUniversal Dictionary of the English Language (1899)

A New and Original Work Presenting for Convenient Reference the Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning, Use, Origin and Development of Every Word in the English Language Together with Condensed Explanations of Fifty Thousand Important Subjects and an Exhaustive Encyclopaedia of All the Arts and Sciences Profusely Illustrated by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris

Rhylisrna accroides is found on the sycamore and maple, and R. salicinum on willows.

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