Definition of Syntans

1. syntan [n] - See also: syntan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syntans

syntactician
syntacticians
syntactics
syntagm
syntagma
syntagmas
syntagmata
syntagmatic
syntagmatically
syntagmeme
syntagmemes
syntagmemic
syntagmemically
syntagms
syntan
syntans (current term)
syntax
syntax checker
syntax error
syntax highlighting
syntax highlightings
syntax language
syntaxes
syntaxin
syntaxins
syntaxis
syntaxless
syntectic
syntectoid
syntectonic

Literary usage of Syntans

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1. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"It is claimed also that syntans produce a tough leather, and if used for ... About 30 per cent, of syntans are said to be necessary for complete tannage. ..."

2. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"About 30 per cent, of syntans are said to be necessary for complete tannage. ... E. Stiasny, " syntans — New Artificial Tanning Materials," JSCI, ..."

3. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"—-syntans can largely replace the tannins unobtainable because of the war. Five to !5%. based on the wt., of the raw hide, ..."

4. Tariff Informaton Series, No. [1]-39 by United States Tariff Commission (1921)
"The synthetic tanning materials known as "syntans" are of quite recent development, having come into commercial use in Germany and England since 1912. ..."

5. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"It is claimed also that syntans produce a tough leather, and if used for ... About 30 per cent, of syntans are said to be necessary for complete tannage. ..."

6. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"About 30 per cent, of syntans are said to be necessary for complete tannage. ... E. Stiasny, " syntans — New Artificial Tanning Materials," JSCI, ..."

7. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"—-syntans can largely replace the tannins unobtainable because of the war. Five to !5%. based on the wt., of the raw hide, ..."

8. Tariff Informaton Series, No. [1]-39 by United States Tariff Commission (1921)
"The synthetic tanning materials known as "syntans" are of quite recent development, having come into commercial use in Germany and England since 1912. ..."

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