Definition of Lithopone

1. Noun. A white pigment, a mixture of barium sulfate and zinc sulfide, used in paints and enamels ¹



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Definition of Lithopone

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lithopone

lithophile
lithophiles
lithophilia
lithophosphoric
lithophotography
lithophyll
lithophyse
lithophyses
lithophyta
lithophyte
lithophytes
lithophytic
lithophytic plant
lithophyton
lithophytous
lithopone (current term)
lithopones
lithops
lithos
lithosere
lithoseres
lithosian
lithosite
lithosol
lithosols
lithosphere

Literary usage of Lithopone

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1. Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis: A Manual of Analytical Methods and by Wilfred Welday Scott (1922)
"Should lithopone be present, separate the zinc oxide and zinc sulphide as outlined under ... Barium sulphate is reported as barium sulphate or as lithopone, ..."

2. Paint Researches and Their Practical Application by Henry Alfred Gardner (1917)
"The difference in quality exhibited by various grades of lithopone makes it desirable for the consumer to conduct tests to determine what type is best ..."

3. The Lead and Zinc Pigments by Clifford Dyer Holley (1909)
"As lithopone is largely used in the manufacture of enamels for furniture, bedsteads, ... The production of lithopone is increasing rapidly in this country, ..."

4. The Lead and Zinc Pigments by Clifford Dyer Holley (1909)
"As lithopone is largely used in the manufacture of enamels for furniture, bedsteads, ... The production of lithopone is increasing rapidly in this country, ..."

5. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry: Methods and Standards for the by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"In addition to the technical tests, among which that of the stability towards light is of particular importance, the analysis of lithopone includes ..."

6. The Chemistry of India Rubber: Including the Outlines of a Theory on by Carl Otto Weber (1903)
"Zinc Sulphide and lithopone.—Zinc sulphide is an excellent material to compound with india rubber, but its high price on the one hand, and its yellowish ..."

7. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"lithopone is a mixture of barium sulphate and zinc sulphide. Hot solutions of barium sulphide and zinc sulphate are mixed; the precipitate, after filtering ..."

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