Definition of Benzines

1. Noun. (plural of benzine) ¹

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Definition of Benzines

1. benzine [n] - See also: benzine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Benzines

benzidine
benzidine test
benzidines
benzidins
benzil
benzile
benzilic acid
benzils
benzimidazole
benzimidazoles
benzimidazolium
benzimidazoliums
benzin
benzindamine hydrochloride
benzine
benzines
benzins
benziodarone
benziodoxol
benziodoxole
benziodoxols
benzisothiazole
benzisothiazoles
benzisothiazolinone
benzisoxazole
benzisoxazoles
benznidazole
benzo
benzo(a)pyrene
benzo-

Literary usage of Benzines

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1. The Petroleum and Allied Industries: Petroleum, Natural Gas, Natural Waxes by James Kewley (1922)
"SECTION A.—Benzines THE volatile liquid products are utilized chiefly as ... Light benzines boiling completely below 100° C. are used for ..."

2. Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science (1870)
"The author has operated with light benzines, sp. gr. 0^870 to o'880, the former boiling between 80° and 100°, the latter between 85" and 120°; ..."

3. Technical Methods of Chemical Analysis by Georg Lunge (1914)
"aromatic and olefinic hydrocarbons, also pass into solution, giving rise to low results in the determination of the benzines. In the subjoined Table a ..."

4. Industrial Uses of Fuel Oil by Fred Bernard Dunn (1916)
"(Redwood) If we manufacture only benzines and fuel oil without any illuminating ... This gives: Benzines, Sp. Gr. .740 14.50 per cent. Loss 1.50 per cent. ..."

5. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"In reference to tetramethyl benzines, it is noted that the unknown bodies sought were not obtained, but it is proposed to make them by other methods. ..."

6. Diseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"benzines, naphthas and gasolines and contain 60 per cent, to 75 per cent, ... experimented with different benzines, letting animals inhale the fumes, ..."

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