Definition of Ghedda wax
1. Noun. Wax from Indian and African bees.
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Literary usage of Ghedda wax
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1. Technical Methods of Chemical Analysis by Georg Lunge (1914)
"It is, however, to be noted that these values do not hold for Indian waxes ("Ghedda wax"), which give abnormal values.1 "Ghedda" wax appears to differ from ..."
2. Commercial Organic Analysis by Alfred Henry Allen, Wm. A. Davis (1910)
"Indian Beeswax (ghedda wax). Chinese Beeswax. This wax, though of good quality ... According to Hooper,1 ghedda wax is derived from three species of bees, ..."
3. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"The low acid no. oí ghedda wax seems to F. to be due to climatic conditions (temp, of 35° to 50°) and not to any physiological peculiarity of the Indian ..."
4. Chemical Technology and Analysis of Oils, Fats and Waxes by Julius Lewkowitsch (1921)
"... only alcoholic constituent of ghedda wax.1 In wool fat it is found in its free state,2 and occurs perhaps also as ..."
5. The Examination of Hydrocarbon Oils and of Saponifiable Fats and Waxes by David Holde (1922)
"Indian beeswax (ghedda wax) seems to be distinct from that from apis mellifica; it appears to originate from apis dorsata, apis indica, and apis florea. ..."
6. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1917)
"ghedda wax, II, 268 Indian rice, analyses of, vm, 107 wax, II, 369 Ipecacuanha, percentage of alkaloids in, vn, 48 Quinine sulphate, optical assay of, vi, ..."