Definition of Ceresins

1. Noun. (plural of ceresin) ¹



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Definition of Ceresins

1. ceresin [n] - See also: ceresin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ceresins

ceremonials
ceremonies
ceremonious
ceremoniously
ceremoniousness
ceremony
cereologist
cereologists
cereology
cereolysin
cereopsis
cereous
ceresin
ceresine
ceresines
ceresins (current term)
cereus
cereuses
cerevisiae
cerge
cerges
ceria
cerian
cerias
ceric
ceriferous
ceriman
cerin
cering
cerins

Literary usage of Ceresins

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1. Petroleum: A Treatise on the Geographical Distribution and Geological by Sir Boverton Redwood (1896)
"... and 'white ceresin' obtained by subjecting 'natural yellow ceresin' to a second treatment with somewhat stronger acid, tinted ceresins are also sent ..."

2. Lehrbuch der chemischen Technologie by Hermann Ost (1903)
"... von Tapeten und Zeugen ; sein Preis ist 2'/2 mal höher als der des ceresins. Viel minderwertiges Bienenwachs kommt aus den Tropen, ..."

3. Commercial Organic Analysis by Alfred Henry Allen, Wm. A. Davis (1910)
"... in a number of commercial ceresins and paraffins which were characterised by their high mp and great hardness. It is employed to impart these properties ..."

4. Technical Methods of Chemical Analysis by Georg Lunge (1914)
"Unadulterated ceresins are, however, met with which contain a small proportion of acid, owing to the sulphuric acid used in the refining process (acid value ..."

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