Definition of Iron putty

1. Noun. A cement resembling putty; made by mixing ferric oxide and boiled linseed oil; is acid resistant.

Generic synonyms: Cement



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Iron Putty

iron manganese tungsten
iron metabolism disorders
iron mine
iron mines
iron mold
iron mould
iron oak
iron ore
iron out
iron overload
iron oxide
iron oxides
iron perchloride
iron poisoning
iron protoporphyrin
iron putty (current term)
iron pyrite
iron pyrites
iron radioisotopes
iron sorbitex
iron sorbitol
iron succinyl milk protein complex
iron sulfate
iron trap
iron tree
iron vitriol
ironable
ironbark
ironbark tree
ironbarks

Literary usage of Iron putty

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Open Fire-place in All Ages by John Pickering Putnam (1880)
"This cannot be done with the ordinary materials, — cast-iron, putty, and red-lead. The unequal contraction and ..."

2. Manual of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1904)
"iron putty consists of feme oxide ground up with boiled linseed oil ; it resists acids well.» SOAP. Soap, in the common acceptation of the word, ..."

3. The Book of the Garden by Charles McIntosh (1853)
"Wood, iron, putty, and all bodies to which it is applied, should be perfectly dry and seasoned before it is put on. Three coats are required on all new ..."

4. Workshop Receipts by Ernest Spon, Robert Haldane, Charles George Warnford Lock (1883)
"... the salt takes fire, leaving an impalpable powder of oxide of iron. Putty Powder or Oxide of Tin.—Metallic tin is dissolved in nitro-muriatic acid, ..."

5. The Popular Science Monthly (1877)
"I cannot help thinking badly of all the substitutes for wood, brick, and mortar, which have been proposed, as zinc, iron, putty, etc. ..."

6. Rudiments of the Art of Building: In Five Sections by Edward Dobson (1854)
"... soldered to the lead-work, and twisted round the iron. Putty is made of pounded whiting, beaten up with linseed oil into a tough tenacious cement 256. ..."

7. The Open Fire-place in All Ages by John Pickering Putnam (1880)
"This cannot be done with the ordinary materials, — cast-iron, putty, and red-lead. The unequal contraction and ..."

8. Manual of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1904)
"iron putty consists of feme oxide ground up with boiled linseed oil ; it resists acids well.» SOAP. Soap, in the common acceptation of the word, ..."

9. The Book of the Garden by Charles McIntosh (1853)
"Wood, iron, putty, and all bodies to which it is applied, should be perfectly dry and seasoned before it is put on. Three coats are required on all new ..."

10. Workshop Receipts by Ernest Spon, Robert Haldane, Charles George Warnford Lock (1883)
"... the salt takes fire, leaving an impalpable powder of oxide of iron. Putty Powder or Oxide of Tin.—Metallic tin is dissolved in nitro-muriatic acid, ..."

11. The Popular Science Monthly (1877)
"I cannot help thinking badly of all the substitutes for wood, brick, and mortar, which have been proposed, as zinc, iron, putty, etc. ..."

12. Rudiments of the Art of Building: In Five Sections by Edward Dobson (1854)
"... soldered to the lead-work, and twisted round the iron. Putty is made of pounded whiting, beaten up with linseed oil into a tough tenacious cement 256. ..."

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