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Bøker Bok 19 av 9I make the compound, or compounds, with which I unite or combine the said substances,...
" I make the compound, or compounds, with which I unite or combine the said substances, as follows. (No. 1.) I take two pounds of caoutchouc, dissolved in one gallon of equal parts of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coal-tar oil, six ounces of black... "
Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress ... - Side 312
av William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1826
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The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volum 11

1826
...Mamifacturer, for his Invention of a new Hancock's, for a Substitute for Leather. 311 or improved Manufacture, which may in many instances be used as a substitute...are to be added, and well stirred when mixing, the heat facilitating the dissolution of the ingredients ; the whole is then to be strained through a sieve,...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volum 5

1826
...Dissolve two pounds of caoutchouc in ope gallon of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coal tar. Add six ounces of black resin, two pounds of strong glue size, and one pound of yellow ochre, whitening, or powdered pumice. Second composition. — Dissolve lj Ib. of caoutchouc...
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The Repertory of patent inventions [formerly The Repertory of arts ...

1827
...caoutchouc, dissolved in one gallon of equal parts of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coal tar oil, six ounces of black resin, two pounds of strong glue...size, and one pound of ochre, powdered pumice, or whiting, and mix the whole together; or (No. 2.) one pound and an half of caoutchouc, dissolved as...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volum 5

1826
...Dissolve two pounds of caoutchouc in one gallon of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coal tar. Add six ounces of black resin, two pounds of strong glue size, and one pound of yellow ochre, whitening, or powdered pumice. Second composition. — Dissolve 1£ Ib. of caoutchouc...
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Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas: With ..., Volum 3

James Manning, Thomas Colpitts Granger - 1841
...rectified coal tar oil, six ounces n^^n d d 1841. WALTON o. POTTER. 1841. WALTON POTTER. MICHAELMAS TERM, of black resin, two pounds of strong glue size, and one pound of ochre, powdered pumice, or whiting, and mix the whole together ; or No. 2. one pound and a half of caoutchouc, dissolved as before...
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Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions [1601-1843], Volum 1

Thomas Webster - 1844 - 1098 sider
...caoutchouc, dissolved in one gallon of equal parts of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coal tar oil, six ounces of black resin, two pounds of strong glue...size, and one pound of ochre, powdered pumice, or whiting, and mix the whole together. He goes on to No. 2, which is "one and a half pound of caoutchouc,...
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Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions

Thomas Webster - 1844
...caoutchouc, dissolved in one gallon of equal parts of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coal tar oil, six ounces of black resin, two pounds of strong glue...size, and one pound of ochre, powdered pumice, or whiting, and mix the whole together. He goes on to No. 2, which is "one and a half pound of caoutchouc,...
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Personal narrative of the origin and progress of the caoutchouc or india ...

Thomas Hancock - 1857 - 283 sider
...caoutchouc, dissolved in one gallon of equal parts of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coal-tar oil, six ounces of black resin, two pounds of strong glue...size, and one pound of ochre, powdered pumice, or whiting, and mix the whole together ; or (No. 2.) one pound and a half of caoutchouc, dissolved as...
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Decisions on the Law of Patents for Inventions Rendered by the United States ...

United States. Supreme Court - 1887
...caoutchouc, dissolved in one gallon of equal parts of oil of turpentine and highly rectified coaltar oil, six ounces of black resin, two pounds of strong glue size, and one pound of ochre, powdered pumice or whiting, and mix the whole together; or, No. 2. One pound and a half of caoutchouc, dissolved as before...
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