Definition of Oleines
1. oleine [n] - See also: oleine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oleines
Literary usage of Oleines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Short Hand-book of Oil Analysis by Augustus Herman Gill (1919)
"Some of them are: Wool Fat, Fuller's Grease, Distilled Grease oleines, Black Oil, Sod Oil, Garbage Grease. Cotton-seed Foots, Wool Fat. ..."
2. Aids in the Commercial Analysis of Oils, Fats, and Their Commercial Products by George Fenwick Pickering (1917)
"The viscosity of recovered oleines rises with the rise in the percentage of ... The percentage of unsaponifiable matter in recovered grease oleines varies ..."
3. Chemical Technology and Analysis of Oils, Fats, and Waxes by Julius Lewkowitsch (1904)
"In the following table I collate a few analyses of some distilled oleines from " recovered grease," which are used as wool oils :— Wool Otis—Distilled ..."
4. The Polariscope in the Chemical Laboratory: An Introduction to Polarimetry by George William Rolfe (1905)
"These " oleines " as wool oils are of importance in the woolen industries, where they are used for oiling wool preparatory to spinning. ..."
5. Animal and Vegetable Fixed Oils, Fats, Butters, and Waxes: Their Preparation by Charles Romley Alder Wright (1894)
"... are also designated " oleines," as also are the analogous fluid acids obtained from steam-distilled fatty acids from greases of various kinds (p. ..."