This assumes that gas pressure is due to bombardment of moving particles.
A proprietary phenoloid disinfectant prepared in a form miscible with water.
Crystalline graphite deposited in iron furnaces from molten iron upon cooling.
Paints ready mixed with varnish so that they dry with an enamelled face or gloss.
A mineral form of crystallized aluminium silicate, found in Andalusia and elsewhere.
The waste pulp left after expressing sugar from sugarcanes, which finds use as a fuel.
A crystalline hydrated glyceride obtained from the berries of various species of Myrica.
The radical CII3.Cas it exists, for example, in the crystalline base ethenyldiphenyl armdine
A rare mineral containing thallium, associated with copper and silver in the form of selenides.
An aromatic oily body which boils at 246 degrees C., forming the chief constituent of cinnamon oil.