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KINETIC THEORY

This assumes that gas pressure is due to bombardment of moving particles.

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COFECTANT

A proprietary phenoloid disinfectant prepared in a form miscible with water.

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KISH

Crystalline graphite deposited in iron furnaces from molten iron upon cooling.

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ENAMEL PA

Paints ready mixed with varnish so that they dry with an enamelled face or gloss.

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ANDALUSITE

A mineral form of crystallized aluminium silicate, found in Andalusia and elsewhere.

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BEGASSE

The waste pulp left after expressing sugar from sugarcanes, which finds use as a fuel.

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MYRTLE or LAUREL WAX

A crystalline hydrated glyceride obtained from the berries of various species of Myrica.

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ETTIENYL

The radical CII3.Cas it exists, for example, in the crystalline base ethenyldiphenyl armdine

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CROOKESITE

A rare mineral containing thallium, associated with copper and silver in the form of selenides.

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CINNAMIC ALDEHYDE

An aromatic oily body which boils at 246 degrees C., forming the chief constituent of cinnamon oil.

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