Definition of Linoleates

1. Noun. (plural of linoleate) ¹



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Definition of Linoleates

1. linoleate [n] - See also: linoleate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Linoleates

linned
linnet
linnets
linney
linneys
linnies
linning
linnorm
linnorms
linns
linny
lino
linocut
linocuts
linoleate
linoleates (current term)
linoleic
linoleic acid
linoleic acids
linolein
linolenic
linolenic acid
linolenic acids
linolenoyl
linoleoyl
linoleoyls
linoleum
linoleum cutter
linoleum knife
linoleums

Literary usage of Linoleates

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1. Henley's Twentieth Century Forrmulas, Recipes and Processes: Containing Ten by Gardner Dexter Hiscox (1914)
"In the case of metallic linoleates (lead linoleate, manganese linoleate and lead- manganese linoleate), the temperature must be raised above 290° F. before ..."

2. Drying Oils, Boiled Oil, & Solid & Liquid Driers: A Practical Work for by Louis Edgar Andrés (1901)
"According to Weger, all the possible lead and manganese salts may be made and used with tolerably equal effect. The linoleates and ..."

3. Chemistry of Materials of the Machine and Building Industries by Robert Benjamin Leighou (1917)
"In a similar manner the oxides may be caused to combine with very hot linseed oil, thus producing the corresponding linoleates. Or the soluble sodium ..."

4. Chemistry of Materials of the Machine and Building Industries by Robert Benjamin Leighou (1917)
"... and linoleates of lead and manganese, dissolved in benzine or turpentine. Their chief advantage is that they dissolve readily in these solvents and the ..."

5. The Manufacture of Varnishes and Kindred Industries: Based on and Including by John Geddes M'Intosh, Achille Livache (1904)
"... of manganese and lead and mixed linoleates of manganese and lead, ... and linoleates of both lead and manganese, can easily be made in the wet way, ..."

6. Commercial Organic Analysis by Alfred Henry Allen, Wm. A. Davis (1910)
"... the acceleration was 10 to 15% better in the case of the linoleates than the othertwo. 6. Violet rays apparently have the best drying effect. 7. ..."

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